EPIC League rumoured to give the "CIS-super team" a free pass into qualifiers

EPIC League rumoured to give the "CIS-super team" a free pass into qualifiers

Later today the final team to reach the EPIC League Division 1 event will be decided as Yellow Submarine face off against what is heavily rumoured to be the new “CIS-super team” featuring the likes of Solo, Ramzes and No[o]ne.

EPIC League Division 1 begins its group stages tomorrow,
with 10 teams fighting for their share of an amazing $500,000 prize pool.
However, the closed qualifiers for the event have been ongoing for some time
now, with a plethora of teams fighting to claim the last two remaining spots in
the main event. While one team claimed their spot late last night, Yellow Submarine
have been left wondering who their opponent will be later today – and it seems
that there are heavy rumours pointing toward the CIS-super team.

If this is true, YeS will be at a severe disadvantage,
having played a ton of Dota 2 to get to the final stage – only to be placed
against a team that has done no work to get through to the playoffs. However,
it is also possible that this works in their favour, having had time to prepare
with games against high-tiered opponents. The post made by Ben “Noxville”
Steenhuisen highlights the fact that no public games of the CIS-super team are
available, which makes things tougher for YeS.

These are not the only rumours of the CIS squad being
entered into the event as even EPICENTER posted a picture just a couple of days
ago, hinting at Alexey “Solo” Berezin’s return. From the rumours heard, the
squad also features Vladimir “No[o]ne” Minenko and Roman “RAMZES666” Kushnarev –
and with the recent benching of RAMZES from Evil Geniuses, it seems very likely
that we can see this coming to fruition.

We will have more news on this roster later in the day as
the EPIC League qualifier gets closer, but for now it seems rather unfair for
Yellow Submarine to have to go up against such an amazing squad as their final
hurdle to try reach the main event.

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