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One of Dota 2 roster most enduring squads has officially disbanded post-TI11. Nothing lasts forever, and after more than three years of playing together, the longest-lasting team in Dota 2 history is splitting up ahead of the 2023 Dota Pro Circuit, according to OKBET.

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Beastcoast’s five-man roster of Héctor “K1” Rodrguez, Jean “Chris Luck” Salazar, Adrián “Wisper” Dobles, Elvis “Scofield” Pea, and Steven “StingeR” Mamani established on July 1, 2019, under the Team Anvorgesa banner before being promptly signed by Infamous before to The International 2019 at the Dota 2 Roster.

That TI9 performance confirmed them as South America’s dominant team, as the largely Peruvian squad created Dota history by being the region’s first team to finish in the top eight. They’d depart Infamous after that, staying united and joining Beastcoast a few days later.


Beastcoast has become a gatekeeper in South Africa, forcing other teams to elevate their game if they want to compete at the top level. As a result on Dota 2 Roster, numerous lineups have risen to meet them, resulting in three regional teams reaching the top 16 at TI11.

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Despite being the most powerful SA team for so long, Beastcoast has never advanced above the top-eight and was overtaken by Thunder Awaken at TI11, finishing in a tie for fifth place. As a consequence, several of the players believe they have hit their collective limit and are ready for a change.

According to a since-deleted tweet by team leader StingeR, beastcoast may bring in two members of TA’s TI11 lineup as well as other Peruvian players Herrera “Darkmago” Gonzalo and Rafael “Sacred” Yonatan at the Dota 2 Roster. Only Darkmago, however, has officially left TA. Darkmago expressly mentioned saying goodbye to Sacred in his statement, implying that a reunion between the two would be unpleasant.

On the beastcoast, it seems that StingeR will stay captain, while K1 and Scofield will survive the upheaval. Whisper has already been “kicked,” and if StingeR’s statement regarding the roster is to be believed, Chris Luck will be gone shortly as well.

“Don’t get me wrong, I didn’t want to quit or dissolve the group, and I realize that was a difficult choice for the individual that left,” StingeR stated at the Dota 2 Roster. “We go through a lot, and I’m grateful for the times we’ve experienced as a team and as a family.” Anvorgesa is always Anvorgesa.”

Because StingeR removed his first post regarding the “incoming” lineup, something may have fallen through or he revealed things too soon. Even if the combo with Darkmago and Sacred does not materialize, the beastcoast lineup will change now that Whisper has departed.

SA is a hotbed of talent for the Dota community at the Dota 2 Roster, and if that skill spreads to other squads after the TI11 roster swap, it will only expand.