There have been changes in the ranks of the Chicken Fighters. Adrian 'Era' Creisiu left the Dota 2 roster. Era wrote about leaving on his Twitter account. He said that he started looking for a new team, in which he will continue his career as a professional player, and said that he is looking for players who are ready to play.
After Era left the band, Charlie 'CharlieDota' Arat, Ondjey 'Supream ^' Starha, Andreas 'Xibbe' Ragnemalm and Petu 'Peksu' Vaatainen remained on the roster. Adrian Creisiu has been with the team since the players returned to the Chicken Fighters tag after leaving High Coast Esports.
There is no information about who will replace Era in the Chicken Fighters, as well as why Adrian Creisiu left.
Era's career as a professional Dota 2 player began in 2012 under the banner of Fnatic.EU. During his activity, the esportsman took part in many official matches and represented many different esports clubs, including GODSENT, NiP and others. Era has played twice in The International tournaments. In 2013, he played for Fnatic, where he played along with the legendary n0tail, who won at TI8 and TI9, and in 2016 he fought under the Escape Gaming tag. In the first case, he took 7-8th place in the standings and received a reward of $ 43,116, and in the second, he reached 13-16th lines and earned $ 103,852 with the team. TI6, by the way, is the tournament where Era has achieved the best result in his career in terms of earning prize money. In addition, he won first place in joinDOTA MLG Pro League Season 2, where he received $ 66,899, and The Final Match Season 1, where he received $ 21,250 for the championship.
Updated roster Chicken Fighters
- Charlie 'CharlieDota' Arat
- Ondjey 'Supream ^' Shtarkha
- Andreas 'Xibbe' Ragnemalm
- Petu 'Peksu' Vaatainen