Ramzes Talks About Why Just Error Disbanded Their Lineup

Vignesh Raghuram
14/Dec/2020 06:00 pm

Just Error has disbanded their lineup.
Ramzes explains that there were fundamental difficulties with the lineup that was already evident at the end of the Epic League

One of Dota 2’s most stacked rosters featuring the likes of SumaiL, Solo, and Ramzes666 has just disbanded. The team will not continue playing together due to multiple issues and their uncertainty about themselves and their teammates. 

RELATED:  Just Error Temporarily Replaces SumaiL With Resolut1on

Ramzes666 talks about why Just Error disbanded

On his social media page in Vk, Ramzes made a long post explaining how the team came together and why they ended up disbanding their lineup.

How Just Error was formed

“Hi all, I want to tell a little about the fate of Just Error, which many consider to be my team, or mine and Solo's.

As I have said in many interviews, the idea to play with Sumail first appeared last year after Inta, but then I had already agreed with EG, and it didn't work out. A couple of months ago, after the Omega League, we decided to try again and invited No[o]ne to try the offlane. He took a couple of weeks to think about it, he agreed, and we decided to take Zayac as a support player.”

Mistake of playing in the Epic League

“Initially we didn't plan to play Epic League, but in the end, we decided to play it, and I guess you can call it a bad decision. The old patch that everyone already knows how to play, the language barrier, time zones, ping, lack of proper training all played a part in our unsuccessful performance. My playing form right now leaves a lot to be desired as well.”

Why Just Error disbanded

"At the end of November, we received a great offer from a big European team that never had a Dota lineup before. They offered great conditions and we all had a great opportunity to get a paycheck)))

I've said many times before, I think the same can be said about the rest of the guys, that my main goal in my career is to perform well at TI. We knew that with this lineup we could improve our game at bootcamps a lot during the season, but the fundamental difficulties were already evident at the end of the Epic League. We didn't want to let our new organization down or tie ourselves with contracts and extra commitments when we weren't 100% sure about ourselves and our teammates. We can say that this is the end of the Just Error story for now.”

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The now-defunct Just Error roster contained some Dota 2’s biggest stars in their lineup. The team’s roster was made up of the following players:

  • Roman "RAMZES666" Kushnarev
  • Syed “SumaiL” Hassan
  • Vladimir "No[o]ne" Minenko
  • Bakyt "Zayac" Emilzhanov
  • Alexey "Solo" Berezin

Earlier this month, Resolut1on was brought in to stand-in for SumaiL in the Epic League Season 2 after the team dropped down to Division 2.


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Vignesh has been covering the esports industry for nearly 5 years starting with the early days of the DPC. His industry expertise includes experience in Dota 2, CS:GO and Mobile Esports coverage.