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Earlier yesterday, Sébastien "Ceb" Debs interview with L’Equipe (A French Magazine) was published. Although the interview focussed on OG’s new CS:GO team, in the end, Ceb revealed that OG will be back to compete in the Third Major of the season - ESL One: Los Angeles 2020.
“We will be competing in the qualifiers for the third Major of the season (which will be held in March in Los Angeles). We saw the ex-Liquid, finalists of the last The International, get knocked out of the second major qualifiers so we will go in with humility!”
He also talked about OG's new CS:GO team, the organisation's values and his new role as an owner.
OG’s new secondary team, OG.Seed competed in the DreamLeague Season 13: European Open Qualifiers. However, the team failed to make it past Team Nigma (ex-Liquid team) and didn’t compete in the 2nd Major/Minor regional qualifiers as a result.
OG will also need to navigate through the Open Qualifiers to make their way into the Regional Qualifiers.
The team hasn’t announced any roster changes and are unlikely to undergo any, considering the sheer calibre of the team despite what news reports might suggest.