Saahil "UNiVeRsE" Arora is a decorated DotA veteran, having competed in all four of Valve's yearly Dota 2 championships, The International. UNiVeRsE has become a fixture in the North American DotA scene as one of the most talented offlaners the West has to offer, able to deliver high-impact plays without overextending.
Full name: Age: Nationality: Current Residence: view profile Saahil Arora 27 United States Madison, Wisconsin
Artour “Arteezy” Babaev’s combination of flawless mechanics and unparalleled efficiency catapulted the young prodigy to the highest levels of professional DotA where he has quickly established himself as one of the world’s best carry players, whether he plays out of the mid or the safe lane.
Full name: Age: Nationality: Current Residence: view profile Artour Babaev 19 Canada Vancouver
Clinton “Fear” Loomis combines a terrifying mix of raw talent and honed experience to dominate in any situation, his versatility making him one of the fiercest competitors in the world. Widely known (and respected) as "Old Man DotA," Fear has had near unrivaled presence in the competitive scene since 2006.
Full name: Age: Nationality: Current Residence: view profile Clinton Loomis 28 United States San Francisco, California
Originally a HoN player, Peter “ppd” Dager burst onto the Dota 2 scene in 2014 as the new Captain of EG. Despite playing an extremely gold-starved style of support, ppd never fails to make his presence felt through his in-game leadership and carefully calculated drafting.
Full name: Age: Nationality: Current Residence: view profile Peter Dager 24 United States --
Sumail "Suma1L" Hassan Syed shocked the DotA world in 2015 when, at the young age of 15 and playing his second ever LAN event, he helped EG capture a $1,200,000 title by leading the team to 1st place at the Dota Asia Championships.
Full name: Age: Nationality: Current Residence: view profile Syed Sumail Hassan 17 Pakistan Rosemont, Illinois