Well, it looks like the OG dynasty has truly broken up. After ana decided to extend his break and JerAx decided to retire from the Dota 2 scene. Sébastien "Ceb" Debs has now announced that he “has decided to remove himself from the active OG roster” and begin to mentor OG’s Dota 2 and CS:GO lineups.
The organization announced this on its official website.
The Frenchman states:
“It is time for me to take a step back, and remove myself from the active roster. I will be taking a role within OG in which I will be able to help all teams and players with increasing their performance. Whether it is DotA or CSGO, OG is now a home for great champions to come. I’ll be able to put my experience to even better use alongside these talents.
However, he refuses to rule out a return from retirement
“I do not want this to sound like a definitive retirement, even though it could very well end up being it. I love the surprises that comes with life, therefore I’ll always keep every door open.”
Ceb’s journey through the Dota 2 realm has definitely been an inspiration. From a Dota 2 analyst who almost left the scene, to becoming one of the greatest to play the game.
The player will definitely be missed.
An official announcement, regarding OG’s replacements for Ana, JerAx and Ceb is expected to be made shortly since the ESL One: Los Angeles 2020 Major - Open Qualifiers are set to begin in February.
If the rumours are true, SumaiL, MidOne and Saksa will be replacing these players in OG.