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Alliance has made changes to its Dota 2 roster again

A player has left, and two new individuals have been signed.

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Alliance has announced that it has made further changes to its Dota 2 roster. Revealed over Twitter, this comes a few months after the team did a fairly large rebuild, and released a few players before signing a few more.

As for who has been released this time, Nikolay "CTOMAHEH1" Kalchev has parted ways with the team, and in the wake of this decision, both Yaroslav "Limitless" Parshin and Andrey "Dukalis" Kuropatkin have been signed to the roster.

Team CEO, Jonathan "Loda" Berg has released a statement talking about the roster moves, and states, "With a poor season behind us in Div1 we are making changes to the core of the Dota2 team to better prepare for ESL and later TI qualifiers. There is a lot that can be said but the core issue in my eyes has been a lack of connection between the players on the team as well as us never being able to find and agree on our identity inside the game."

As part of the roster rebuild, it's noted that Kirill "Alagon" Pavlik has been promoted to the role of head coach in the team, and as for when we'll get to see this revamped Alliance in action, the team will next be competing on August 23 at the ESL One Malaysia 2022 event.

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