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Changes were made to the roster of J.Storm

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Changes were made to the roster of J.Storm

Jonathan ‘Bryle’ De Guia and Park ‘March’ Tae-won joined the ranks of J.Storm on September 27 last year. The team together with them placed 2nd at World Showdown of Esports #1, the 9th-12th place at The Kuala Lumpur Major 2018, the 9th-12th place at The Chongqing Major 2019, the 7th-8th place at DreamLeague Season 11, and the 1st place at WSOE 6: Dota 2 - Serenity's Destiny.

It’s unknown at the moment where they will continue a career.

Such players as NiNe and DeMoN have come to the team. Team Spirit was the last team for NiNe, in which he had been playing before January 2019. DeMoN previously used to be on the roster of J.Storm as a coach. Both players signed contracts, according to which they joined the team on a trial period, after the end of which it will be clear if they continue representing J.Storm or not.

Now, the roster of J.Storm looks in the following way:

Roman ‘Resolut1on’ Fominok
Leon ‘Nine’ Kirilin
David ‘Moo’ Hull
Clinton ‘Fear’ Loomis
Jimmy ‘DeMoN’ Ho