Milan departs from mudgolems
Mudgolems are down to three members after Milan “MiLAN” Kozomara announced his departure from the team.
Milan’s exit from the team comes after mudgolems ended their run at OGA Dota PIT in the top 6 and about one week after Duško “BoraNija” Boranijaševic also announced that he was no longer a part of the roster. While BoraNija never made it clear if he left the team at his own will or if he was kicked, Milan stated that he made the decision to depart from the mudgolems roster as he has a “new path” to pursue after the winter holidays.
Formed at the beginning of September with the goal of qualifying for ESL One Germany Online, mudgolems had a very hot start, reaching top three in the event, ahead of the likes of Team Secret, OG, Team Nigma, Alliance and Vikin.gg. In the following week, they placed second at the BTS Pro Series Season 3 and have also qualified for the $500,000 Division 1 of EPIC League.
After the successful qualifier campaign and two victories in the opening of the group stage matches at EPIC League, mudgolems announced that they are actively looking for an organization to represent, but unfortunately, their top form started to fade away through the long grind of the event and they ended up relegated to Division 2 after seven lost series in a row.
The relegation triggered the first roster change and ahead of their first series in the Division 2 playoffs, mudgolems swapped out BoraNija and welcomed Daniel “Stormstormer” Schoetzau in his place. Nonetheless, the losing streak continued and mudgolems were eliminated in their first match in Division 2.
Heading into the OGA Dota PIT Season 4, the team changed Stormstormer with Ondřej “Supream^” Štarha, who is a member of the former Ninjas in Pyjamas line-up, now playing under the Chicken Fighters tag. With Supream^ standing-in, mudgolems made it to the top 6, but their roster issues got bigger as they are now down to three members.
mudgolems current line-up:
- Oliver “skiter” Lepko
- Neta “33” Shapira
- Adrian “Fata” Trinks
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