Gorgc and OG end their partnership

In January of this year, Janne ‘Gorgc’ Stefanovski joined
forces with OG, but doing so from a media point of view as a streamer under the
team name. Now, just a few short months later, the player has confirmed his
departure from the organisation.

Gorgc is quite the well-known streamer amongst the Dota 2
community, often playing the game for hours on end with a steady flow of
viewers around too. All the way back in January 2020, OG confirmed that they
would be taking the Swedish streamer under their banner as he donned the OG name
– but not as a player. Gorgc would become a streamer who merely played Dota 2
under the OG organisation’s name and giving that he streams so much, it made
perfect sense for both to combine forces. However, earlier today Gorgc
announced via his Twitter account that he and the OG organisation had parted
ways.

In his rather short TwitLonger post, the player states that
the decision has been weighing heavily on him for a few weeks – but essentially
things that they had originally set out to do were not happening and no
solution was found. He continues on to admit that he has “nothing but love for
the players on OG”, thanking and wishing them the best for the future.

OG have had a fairly up-and-down year in the Dota 2 scene,
albeit somewhat normal for the squad, but without The International to dominate,
the team have recently succumbed to some big roster changes. Sumail ‘SumaiL’
Hassan, who joined the actually OG roster at the same time as Gorgc recently
left as Sébastien ‘Ceb’ Debs made his return to the offlane position. That
said, OG can be seen playing at the OMEGA League: Europe Immortal Division event
over the next few weeks and the departure of Gorgc will definitely not mean
that his Dota 2 streaming antics stop.

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