SumaiL & Miracle- Believes That WEU Deserves More Slots in DPC Majors
Nigma Galaxy’s current inactive carry Amer "Miracle-" Al-Barkawi gave his thoughts on allocations of Major Slots for Western Europe (WEU) on his teammate, Syed "SumaiL" Hassan’s live stream. During the off-season, Miracle- This prompted Nigma Galaxy to recruit OG’s breakout star Ammar "ATF" Al-Assaf as their new carry for the season.
While the TI7 (The International 2017) champion can be seen helping Nigma Galaxy from behind the scenes from time to time, he is also found to be viewing his teammate’s live stream as of late.
“You invite Nigma Galaxy to every LAN event” - SumaiL on Major slot allocations
During his most recent livestream, SumaiL went into detail on why the Western European (WEU) region should obtain more Major Slots in the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC).
“Actually, we should get 6 slots next season. Whatever our placement is at the DPC [events], Europe should get as many slots [as possible]. If you're in the top 7, Europe should get 7 slots,” said SumaiL.
During his talk, he was visited by none other than his teammate, Miracle- who is currently watching his livestream. Additionally, he decided to join in on the fun by typing in SumaiL’s stream chat that the WEU region should at least receive 10 DPC Major slots.
SumaiL then added on by jokingly saying that tournament organizers should invite Nigma Galaxy to every LAN event while also giving the team preferential treatment in matches such as a 2-0 lead in the Grand Finals.
“Or, the best thing is that you bring back the old times and invite us. You invite Nigma Galaxy to every LAN event, like you should. And we should start in the finals and have a 2-0 lead. I think we should start every Major final and the TI finals and we get 5 bans in the first phase.”
While both SumaiL & Miracle- are obviously joking around with the whole matter regarding the DPC slot allocations, a similar concern was previously mentioned by the trio of Janne "Gorgc" Stefanovski , Sébastien "Ceb" Debs as well as Tundra Esports’ Neta “33” Shapira earlier in the month.