Former OG Streamer Gorgc Teams Up for the EU 2021 DPC Season 2: Open Qualifiers
- Former OG streamer, Gorgc, has teamed up for the EU 2021 DPC Season 2: Open Qualifiers as "Team Bald Reborn."
- The other members of the team are Xcalibur, Rajjix, Pablo and 5up.
- Gorgc had competed in the 2021 DPC Season 1 as well with other fellow streamers but had failed to qualify for the EU Lower Division.
Former OG streamer, Gorgc, has put together a team for the 2021 DPC Season 2: Open Qualifiers. The squad that has been named “Team Bald Reborn” will be competing in the European DreamLeague open qualifiers, scheduled to begin later tonight, on March 13, 2021. Janne "Gorgc" Stefanovsk had previously teamed up with other fellow Twitch streamers for the open qualifier in the 2021 DPC Season 1 as well. Named “Team Bald,” then, the stack had been unable to reach the Lower Division as it got knocked out in the quarterfinals of the open qualifier - 2 by the EU team, No Bounty Hunter.
Former OG Streamer Gorgc To Compete in EU DPC Open Qualifiers
The former OG streamer's new team, Team Bald Reborn, consists of some of the most popular Twitch streamers and free agents of the game.
Here is the roster in the expected position 1 to 5 role.
- Janne "Gorgc" Stefanovsk
- Steve "Xcalibur" Ye
- Roy "Rajjix" al Rajji
- Axel "Pablo" Källman
- Enis "5up" Elfki
While Xcalibur and 5up’s latest professional stint came with Dendi’s team, B8 Esports, We last saw Pablo in Aachen City Esports in 2019. Though Rajjix has played in some tournaments in recent times with temporary stacks, his last significant professional team was Vikin.gg, in 2019.
Barring 5up, the other four players have already been added to the team’s roster on Valve’s Majors Registration Page at the time of writing this article.
Gorgc is one of the most prominent Dota 2 Twitch streamers and attracts a ton of viewers in his daily livestreams. He was recruited by OG as their first-ever streamer in January 2020 as he broadcast and held occasional interviews with the players until August 2020, when he parted ways with the organization.
Although the Swedish player has never actively competed in the Dota 2 professional scene, he enjoys a large audience, primarily because of his routine Twitch livestreams.