Representatives of PGL informed about that on their official Twitter account.
Digital Chaos.SA had won the North American qualification to PGL Open Bucharest 2017, however, Digital Chaos decided to get rid of its second Dota 2 roster, in such way, they left players with no chance to take part in the tournament by PGL.
Organizers of the championship hosted a match that determined among two participants of the semi-final who would replace DC.SA at the LAN final: Infamous and SG-eSports. Infamous prevailed, they won with a score 3-1.
The Infamous roster:
Alonso «Kotaro Hayama» Leon
Mariano «Papita» Caneda
Steven «StingeR» Vargas
Elvis «Scofield» De la Cruz Pena
Christian «Accel» Cruz
The LAN final of PGL Open Bucharest 2017 will be hosted in the capital of Romania Bucharest on October 19-22. $300,000 and 300 Dota Pro Circuit Points will be up for grabs there.
The tournament will start with a group stage that will be carried out by a GSL system with Bo3 matches. The championship will be over in a Single Elimination bracket, matches will be played in a Bo3 format. The winner will earn a money prize in the sum of $130,000 and 150 DPC Points.
The list of participants of PGL Open Bucharest 2017: