Once a rival who lived evil he’s now a precious ally who wants his crown back.— OG (@OGesports) January 28, 2020
It is our honor to welcome our new carry player. Please welcome OG. @SumaaaaiL#DreamOG
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While OG made history with back-to-back wins at The International 2018 and 2019, SumaiL has a TI of his own under his belt.
The International 2015 saw Evil Geniuses take down CDEC Gaming 3-1, lift the Aegis of Champions and make SumaiL the youngest ever TI winner at just 16 years old.
Despite his prolific success as a solo mid player, SumaiL will play Position 1 as the carry for OG going forward, replacing Anathan "ana" Pham who recently extended his break from competitive Dota to cover the whole 2020 season.
JerAx announced his retirement a day later citing a lack of passion to play professionally as the reason behind his decision while Ceb will be stepping back from the active roster to take on a more supportive role outside of the server.
OG looks set to make an appearance ahead of the third Major of the current Dota Pro Circuit, ESL One Los Angeles 2020, having not played officially since Midas Mode 2 back in September.
The world premiere of TI9 documentary True Sight came ahead of an OG Night on the 29th that promises "new surprises" with the whole OG team, including its CS:GO roster, in attendance for both events in Berlin.
Further information about the roster can be expected to come from that evening including who will be joining SumaiL on the new OG roster.