Pure to Reportedly Miss ESL One Berlin Major 2023

Dhruv Saikia
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Pure at The International 11


BetBoom carry player Ivan "Pure" Moskalenko may be missing Berlin Major 2023 due to visa issues.
Due to time constraints, BetBoom may be playing the Berlin Major 2023 with a stand-in.
BetBoom was recently rumored to have swapped Pure and Egor "Nightfall" Grigorenko’s roles as per information from Dota Pro Tracker.

BetBoom Esports has been one of the most promising teams in the Dota 2 Esports scene recently, with a strong performance in the Eastern Europe region. As first reported by cybersports.metaratings, the team may face a major setback as one of its players, Ivan “Pure” Moskalenko, may miss the upcoming Berlin Major 2023 due to visa issues. With little time left before the tournament, the team may have to play with a stand-in, which could have a significant impact on its performance.

The Berlin Major 2023 will run from 26th April to 5th May with a total of $500,000 USD and a massive 2700 DPC points up for grabs.

Pure encountering visa issues for Berlin Major 2023 may impact BetBoom’s performance

The Berlin Major 2023 is just around the corner, and BetBoom Esports is in a difficult situation as one of its key players, Pure, may not be able to attend the tournament due to visa issues. This could have a significant impact on the team's performance, as Pure has been a vital part of its success in recent times. If the team is unable to find a suitable stand-in, they may have to make do with a stand-in.

Additionally, Egor "Nightfall" Grigorenko, the team’s offlane player, has been spamming the carry role in his recent ranked games. This could indicate that BetBoom Esports could be picking up an offlane player as its stand-in, heading into the Berlin Major 2023. 

BetBoom Esports has a tough road ahead as they prepare for the Berlin Major 2023. With Pure's visa issues and the possibility of swapping roles, the team may face a major challenge in securing enough Dota 2 Pro Circuit (DPC) points to secure a direct invite to The International 2023 (TI11). Currently, the team has 460 DPC points this season, which is barely enough for the team to stay within the Top 12 threshold

ESL One Berlin Major 2023 kicks off on 26th April and will feature $500,000 USD as a prize pool. In addition, 2700 DPC points will be on the line for the top eight teams in the tournament.

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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.