DM at The International 2021


DM Claims OG Is Performing at 60% Power After Qualifying for Berlin Major 2023

Dhruv Saikia
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In the post-match interview, OG’s offlane player Dmitry “DM” Dorokhin claimed that OG is performing at just 60% of their power fresh off their win against Ooredoo Thunder.
OG is the final team from Western Europe (WEU) that has qualified to compete at the Berlin Major.
The team is improving its gameplay rapidly and may be in top form once the Berlin Major begins.

OG won back-to-back against Entity and Ooredoo Thunders and went from one of the teams at the bottom of the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Western Europe (WEU) 2023 Tour 2: Division I to become the final team to qualify for the Berlin Major. After a relatively disappointing run in the DPC season, OG managed to bounce back and win some crucial matches, keeping the team in the running to potentially secure enough DPC points for The International 2023. 

In a recent post-match interview, the team’s offlane player, Dmitry “DM” Dorokhin gave his thoughts on the team’s performance in the DPC and its thought process going forward. 

“Our power level at the moment is about 60%” claims DM 

OG’s DM believes that his team is capable of performing at much higher levels than they are currently. “I think our power level at the moment is about like 60%. We have a lot of stuff to work on. There are things we are figuring out and working out and it really empowers our team. I think every loss gives us a lot and every win gives us a lot also,” he said.  

“Misha (referring to OG’s current coach) is discussing the mistakes we made and the heroes we can stick to and we are growing from each game. So yeah, I think 60% of full power right now” he added to his initial response. 

Despite OG’s qualification, DM believes that OG has plenty of room for improvement and that the team is rapidly progressing in its gameplay. The team has been working hard to overcome its shortcomings and become a stronger unit. With the Berlin Major on the horizon, OG's players have a clear goal in mind: to perform at their best and achieve success at the highest level.

OG's journey to the Berlin Major has not been an easy one, but they have persevered through the ups and downs of the season. Their experience in winning major tournaments in the past has given them the confidence to believe in their abilities and work towards their goals.

The competition at the Berlin Major will undoubtedly be fierce, with the best teams from around the world vying for the championship title. However, DM's claim that OG is currently performing at just 60% of its potential suggests that it can elevate its game and become a formidable force in the tournament. With the team’s recent qualification and a renewed sense of determination, OG has a chance to make its mark on the international Dota 2 scene once again.

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Since 2012, Dhruv has developed a deep passion for Dota 2, which has only grown stronger over time. With three years of experience as a competitive player and a background in writing, he brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to create content around the game and its esports scene.

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