No Logic Gaming disband,calling it quits after five months of competition and numerous roster changes. The team’s dissolution is effective immediately. Their spots in current tournaments are being forfeited or handed over to replacement teams.
NoLogicGaming doto no longer exist, thanks everyone for support, cya soon!
— MiLAN (@milandota2) February 1, 2016
Support player and captain Milan “MiLAN” Kozomara announced the news via twitter. It was later confirmed by the team twitter account. None of the players have announced any future plans.
The team had undergone nine roster changes since October and had a total of 15 different players since their inception. The biggest impact on the team came when founding member and captain, Giorgos “SsaSpartan” Giannakopoulos departed from the team in November.
Since then, the squad had continued to participate in various events and qualifiers. However, a revolving door of roster changes yielded marginal results in minor events.
The team will be not be replaced in We Play Dota 2 League #3 and are expected to be replaced in Dota Pit League Season 4.
No Logic Gaming
Giorgos “SsaSpartan” Giannakopoulos formed No Logic Gaming with Dimitris “ThuG” Plivouris, Milan “MiLAN” Kozomara, Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov and Niclas “Niqua” Westergård, in August 2015.
The team started out strong, winning the Hitbox EU Championship #3 under the mYinsanity banner and then the Frankfurt Major 2015 European Open Qualifier #2. They then placed third in Group B of the Main Qualifiers. Shortly after the team started to experience an influx of roster changes.
There was at least four roster changes before Omar “Madara” Dabasas replaced Ylli “Garter” Ramadani as the carry, in November.
Both SsaSpartan and Madara departed from the team two weeks later, leaving NLG to fall victim to another series of roster changes in attempt to find the right composition.
No Logic Gaming roster at time of disband:
Neta “TheCoon” Shapira
Steve “Excalibur” Ye
Filip “Zeroji” Erlandsson
Milan “MiLAN” Kozomara
Damir “Mitch” Škaričić