PSG.LGD announces official roster for Dota 2 for the upcoming DPC.

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Chinese Powerhouse PSG.LGD has announced their official roster changes for Dota 2 for the upcoming tournaments. The Chinese team has been placed 2nd and 3rd in The International 2018 and 2019 consecutively. With a very unstable recent match record and their previous tournament title being the ESL One Birmingham 2020: China, far back in June 2020 the team hopes to bring their honor and glory with these roster changes.


Current Roster

The Current Roster as announced on their official Weibo page on 16th September 2020 is as follows:

  1. Ame
  2. NothingToSay
  3. Faith_Bian
  4. XinQ
  5. y'

Coach: xiao8

NothingToSay and XinQ have been loaned off from Ehome, another Chinese powerhouse team whose most notable achievement is 2nd place at The International 2011. Ame has also been brought back from CDEC Gaming but most of his former teammates are current members of Ehome.

What to expect from the PSG.LGD roster changes


PSG.LGD Ame portrait

Ame has already proved himself as one of the best Pos 1 in China as his performances have been stellar since the last TI.


dota 2 player NothingToSay portrait

NothingToSay is a 10k mmr mid-laner who has the talent to become one of the best mid laners in the Chinese Pro Scene. We are yet to see something very unique and notable from him. He is also the only Malaysian player in the roster and is not very experienced unlike his teammates in the pro scene.


dota 2 player Faith_Bian portrait

Faith_Bian is a former TI winner under Wings Gaming, one of dota 2's strongest teams. Although he has been playing actively as a pos 3 player under Ehome for the past year or so, his team has won all the titles with him as an offlaner.


dota 2 player XinQ portrait

XinQ has accompanied his team mate NothingToSay from the Ehome roster to PSG.LGD. He had been delivering good performances in the former Ehome roster and is now set to dominate again alongside his former and new teammates.


dota 2 player y' portrait

y' is also a former member of the legendary Wings Gaming, and also has not lagged behind his current team members in terms of player performance.

Will the new roster meet its former glory or will PSG.LGD fail again to become a stable team? You can watch their matches in the upcoming China Dota 2 Pro Cup Season 1 tournament in the Dota 2 client or the official streaming platform for the tournament linked here.