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Reality Rift Parts Ways With Carry Player Drew

Vignesh Raghuram
21st Jul, 2020

Reality Rift has parted ways with their Indonesian carry player Andrew "Drew" Halim, the organization revealed on social media.


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Despite the departure, the Dota 2 pro only had good things to say about the organization in the announcement, thanking the organization and his former teammates for the experience

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Drew’s Journey at Reality Rift

Drew joined Reality Rift on 15th November 2019, replacing Lukman “Luk” Yusoff Bin Nooraznan in the carry role after the latter departed from the organization due to personal reasons.

He experienced immediate success in the Reality Rift roster, qualifying for their first-ever major:  DreamLeague Season 13 - The Leipzig Major. Although the team only finished in the last place, they did manage to beat Virtus.Pro in the Group Stages.

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Following this, the team didn’t really have too many successful outings. They often finished in 5th-6th place in multiple tournaments such as the ESL SEA Championship 2020, BTS Pro Series: Southeast Asia, and ESL One Birmingham 2020 - Online: Southeast Asia. 

In his final tournament with the team (ONE Esports Dota 2 SEA League), Drew and Reality Rift only managed to finish in 9th place which indicated that something needs to change within the team. Perhaps this roster shuffle will be that change.

Drew will be a free agent from August 1st.


Reality Rift is expected to announce Dew’s replacement soon. Let us know in the comments section on who will be replacing the Indonesian carry in this team.


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Vignesh is one of AFK Gaming’s most experienced writers, having written over 1000 articles for the website over the last 3 years. Although his primary focus has always been Dota 2, his experience in esports also includes expertise in CS:GO and mobile esports titles.