Is JerAx still part of OG?

Jesse “JerAx” (pronounced dʒɛəraks) Vainikka is a Finnish professional Dota 2 player. He is most well known for his time playing for OG, with whom he became the first two time TI champion in 2019. He officially retired from professional Dota 2 in January 2020.

Is Arkosh a Bsj?

Brian “BSJ” Canavan is an American professional Dota 2 streamer, analyst, and former player. He joined Team Liquid as a content creator in June 2021, and is currently playing for Arkosh Gaming under the pseudonym Pale Horse.

Who replaced Ana in OG?

superstar Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan
OG announced on Tuesday (15 June) that North American Dota 2 superstar Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan has rejoined the team for the qualifiers of The International 10 (TI10). SumaiL rejoins OG almost a year after he left the team to replace Anathan “ana” Pham, who had just announced his retirement from competitive Dota 2.

Is JerAx playing for EG?

JerAx initially joined EG during the team’s roster shuffle following The International 10, ending a two-year hiatus from competitive Dota 2. Previously, he retired from competing after he helped OG win their second-straight TI in 2019.

Is Kyle on Arkosh?

He is currently playing for Arkosh Gaming under the pseudonym Forsaken Oracle.

Is Arkosh a real team?

Arkosh Gaming is a North American Dota 2 team that was created by SirActionSlacks in October 2020 with the purpose of increasing viewership in the NA pro scene. The team notably features five anonymous players and is themed around Satanism. They are also known for their frequent all chat trash talk to their opponents.

Is Ana a Filipino?

Anathan “ana” (pronounced ɑːnɑː) Pham is an Australian professional Dota 2 player who last played for OG.

Will Ana be in TI10?

Two-time former TI Dota 2 champion Anathan “ana” Pham quits professional Dota 2 play, OG announced on Twitter. The 21-year-old Australian decided to leave competitive play, less than a month before the Western Europe Regional Qualifiers.

Where is JerAx now?

Former OG position 4 support player and two-time The International (TI) champion Jesse “JerAx” Vainikka has come out of retirement to join North American powerhouse Evil Geniuses (EG) for the 2021-2022 Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) season.