For the first time in three years, OG Esports will attending a Dota 2 Major.
On the back of a solid performance in the DPC WEU 2022 Division I Tour 2 Regional League, OG has qualified to the ESL One Stockholm Major 2022.
OG underwent a complete revamp post The International 10 debacle, and the rebuild, under the careful guidance of Ceb and Notail, has finally yielded fruitful dividends.
The roster of rookies has become a well oiled machine throughout the DPC 2021/22 season.
Facing numerous obstacles, excitement and disappointment, the squad has finally managed to qualify to their first ever Major since 2019.
To the unversed, OG are no strangers to the Majors, having won multiple Majors ever since Dota Pro Circuit was implemented.
However, when they won Majors, they flunked at The International, and when they didn't attend any Major, they won consecutive TI's as the underdogs.
Nonetheless, it'll be exciting to watch OG once again at the Majors.
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