“Joining OG means a whole new step for me, where I can play and learn together with the smartest players in Dota2,” Resolution said in a statement. “It’s also gonna be a new challenge for me to switch my role from carry to mid again, so I’m pretty excited and looking forward to start a new season.”
Resolut1on most recently played as a stand-in for Team Empire during The International 7, when he was part of the team’s upset 2-0 victory over Evil Geniuses in the lower bracket that eliminated Evil Geniuses from the tournament. Team Empire continued lost to eventual tournament champion Team Liquid and finished 7-8th.
Team OG also had a 7-8th finish alongside Team Empire, after losing 2-0 against LGD Gaming in Round 3 of the lower bracket. The team announced Aug. 17 it decided to release Anathan “ana” Pham from the roster, leaving an empty spot in the mid lane that Resolut1on will now fill.
With the addition of Resolut1on, four-time Major champion OG’s roster now consists of Resolut1on, Tal “Fly” Aizik, Johan “n0tail” Sundstein, Jesse “JerAx” Vainikka and Gustav “s4” Magnusson.