Adrian “Fata” Trinks and Neta “33” Shapira left Alliance Dota 2 roster. Club management announced this on the team’s website.
“I’m very thankful for everything Fata and 33 has achieved with our team,” says founder and CEO Jonathan Berg. “When they joined us in September last year, we knew they wanted to prove themselves and we could not have asked for more with the performance and results they have achieved so far with Alliance.
Competition in DotA 2 is ruthless, even though our results have been good, we are now making these changes to further close the gap to the absolute top.
It was not an easy choice to make but our goal is to become the best Dota 2 team in the world, nothing less. With time I think it will be clear that this is the right decision for everyone. I wish them nothing but the best as they are incredible players.”
Fata and 33 joined the Alliance after The International 2019, leaving Ninjas in Pajamas. With them, the team won DreamLeague Season 12.
FATA wrote on Twitter that the organization removed him and 33 from Alliance, which was a surprise for the German.