Power Rangers roster has disbanded after a disappointing season riddled with instability. The European team was unable to advance to the regional qualifiers for the Boston Major and had little to no achievements in several months. Their dissolution gave Meow111 their spot in the Dota 2 Champions League. Several of the players have already been spotted standing in for other teams.
— PowerRangers Dota2 (@prdota2) November 14, 2016
The Power Rangers roster has disbanded after three years. The Belarus based team have called it quits following several months of instability and lack of achievements.
Earlier in the month, Dulat “goddam” Seidimomyn was kicked from the team, following the team’s difficult and fruitless journey in the Boston Major open qualifiers. They advanced until the quarterfinals in the Boston Major European Open qualifiers #1 before being eliminated by F.R.I.E.N.D.S. For their second run, the team headed to the Boston Major Americas Open Qualifiers #2 but were eliminated in the semifinals by Kaipi.
Danil “Bignum” Shehovtsov has already been seen playing with FRIENDS while Alexei “j4” Lipai has played along with Rebels! (formerly Flipsid3 Tactics) in place of Ivan “VANSKOR” Skorokhod who was competing with Team Empire.
In the past Power Rangers was home to players such as Akbar “SoNNeikO” Butaev, Turtoi “Arise” Ionut, Dmitry “Ditya Ra” Minenkov, Rinat “KingR” Abdullin, Artsiom “fng” Barshack and Roman “Scandal” Sadotenkov.
Power Rangers is a Belorussian team that was founded in 2013. After several roster changes over the last several years, the team continued to push forward in the European and CIS scene.
On July 31st 2015, the team was signed by Arcade eSports but on December 28th, almost one year ago – Arcade dropped their sponsorship of the team and the squad reverted back to their original name Power Rangers. The team had gone through instability and inconsistent results leading up to this winter season.
Eugene “chshrct” Kostroma and Alexei “j4” Lipai have both been longstanding members of the team since their inception in 2013.
Power Rangers roster at time of disband
Eugene “chshrct” Kostroma
Alexei “j4” Lipai
Danil “Bignum” Shehovtsov
Andrey “Afoninje” Afonin
Ivan “ubah” Kapustin (substitute)
Grigorie “keyaNo” Andrei (substitute)