OG down to two as Ceb leaves the active roster

In the past few days the magnificent OG Dota 2 roster has
seen a few of its players leaving the ranks, now it seems as though another player
is moving on as Sébastien ‘Ceb’ Debs announces his departure.

Just two days ago it was confirmed that Anathan ‘Ana’ Pham,
one of the amazing, double TI-winning players from OG would not be returning
for The International 2020 later this year, moving to inactive on the teams’
roster. Following this, Jesse ‘JerAx’ Vainikka decided to leave the roster,
pushing them down to only three. But now, another day later, Sébastien ‘Ceb’
Debs has announced that he will also be moving to inactive on the roster.

In a statement released by the player, Ceb discusses his
motivation for moving to inactive as well as his future within the OG organisation.

It is time for me to take a step back and remove myself from the active roster. I will be taking a role within OG in which I will be able to help all teams and players with increasing their performance. Whether it is DotA or CSGO, OG is now a home for great champions to come.  I’ll be able to put my experience to even better use alongside these talents. I do not want this to sound like a definitive retirement, even though it could very well end up being it. I love the surprises that comes with life; therefore, I’ll always keep every door open.”

From the statement it is clear that Ceb will still be active within OG, although possibly never return to the active Dota 2 roster and you can find the full statement from Ceb here.

With the new OG True Sight premiering tomorrow, we’ll be
able to relive some of the most aazing moment from OG at The International 2019
and feel some nostalgia for the team that lifted the Aegis of Champions twice
in a row. For now, the OG roster remains as just two players, although we do
know that they will participate at the upcoming Major qualifiers – so it
remains to be seen who will fill the shoes of these three amazing players and
join the OG ranks.

OG current roster:

  • Topias “Topson” Taavitsainen
  • Johan “N0tail” Sundstein

We will keep you updated on any further developments in the OG camp in the coming days.

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