October 28th, 20150Rave Dota is returning to the competitive scene after the Frankfurt Major. The organization has been on a hiatus since late June 2015 and is now asking regional players to apply for open slots.
August 26th, 20150The Korean organization, Rave Dota, has confirmed that their former player, Djardel "Chrissy" Mampusti, has joined Fnatic. Fnatic's Dota 2 squad was recently relocated to Malaysia and is currently in the process of being reformed, consisting of only two current members - Chai “Mushi” Yee Fun and Chong “Ohaiyo” Xin Khoo.
June 25th, 20150Team Rave announced that the organization will be inactive for a period of time but will certainly return with a new roster. The announcement leaves room for speculation, alluding that Jio “Jeyo” Madayag will be kept as a team member.
June 19th, 20151The three former Rave players from the Philippines - Djardel "Chrissy" Mampusti, Ryo "Ryoyr" Hasegawa and Mark "Cast" Pilar, will be joined by Marvin "Boombacs" Rushton and Marc "Polo" Fausto to play for the Philippine-based MSI-Evolution Gaming Team.
June 17th, 20150Following the departure of Jio “Jeyo” Madayag and Michael “ninjaboogie” Ross, Mark "cast" Pilar has announced that the three remaining team members will part ways with the South Korean organization Rave and will reassemble with a new roster and team name soon.
April 17th, 20150Weeks after SouthEast Asian team Rave first announced their woes regarding visas and oversea employment status, they have finally reached the light at the end of the tunnel. Rave have officially received their visas to the US, and will be able to attend the Summit 3 LAN finals.
April 13th, 20151SouthEast Asian team Rave Dota continue to work on resolving their immigration and visa troubles, with the continued support from a Phillipines senator and considerable media coverage.