DOTA 2

PLAYERS

Artour Babaev

Arteezy

Carry
Arteezy is undoubtedly the most storied character in Dota history. His combination of flawless mechanics, unparalleled efficiency, and impeccable taste in music quickly brought him to the forefront of the scene, breaking down traditional structures of the game. Back in an EG jersey for a third time, Arteezy has much to prove to his large following, who very often blur the line between fan and fanatic.
Artour Babaev

Arteezy

Carry
Arteezy is undoubtedly the most storied character in Dota history. His combination of flawless mechanics, unparalleled efficiency, and impeccable taste in music quickly brought him to the forefront of the scene, breaking down traditional structures of the game. Back in an EG jersey for a third time, Arteezy has much to prove to his large following, who very often blur the line between fan and fanatic.
Andreas Nielsen

Cr1t

Support
Cr1t is one of only a few that can claim multiple Major titles to their name, and has long been regarded as a top skilled support by his teammates. It wasn’t until late 2015 however when he hit upon a squad with the right mix of talent and timing to make him a proven quantity on the world stage, and as of 2016, he has remained a staple for the EG roster.
Andreas Nielsen

Cr1t

Support
Cr1t is one of only a few that can claim multiple Major titles to their name, and has long been regarded as a top skilled support by his teammates. It wasn’t until late 2015 however when he hit upon a squad with the right mix of talent and timing to make him a proven quantity on the world stage, and as of 2016, he has remained a staple for the EG roster.
Abed Yusop

Abed

Solo Middle
Abed started his Dota 2 career in 2015 when he was only 15 years old. Born and raised in the Philippines, he spent the next several years making a name for himself in the region before being picked up by Fnatic in 2017. In his time there, he qualified for three iterations of The International. Now on EG since 2019, he has proven to be a key player.
Abed Yusop

Abed

Solo Middle
Abed started his Dota 2 career in 2015 when he was only 15 years old. Born and raised in the Philippines, he spent the next several years making a name for himself in the region before being picked up by Fnatic in 2017. In his time there, he qualified for three iterations of The International. Now on EG since 2019, he has proven to be a key player.
Tal Aizik

Fly

Support
As part of the storied Fnatic lineup that wreaked havoc on Heroes of Newerth and Dota 2, Fly built up an impressive resume that only expanded as he moved to Team Secret, compLexity, and Team OG. Now with EG, his selfless support play and in-game shot-calling opens up possibilities for other players to take more of a share of resources; he might often be the poorest of our players, but that doesn’t mean he’s any less deadly.
Tal Aizik

Fly

Support
As part of the storied Fnatic lineup that wreaked havoc on Heroes of Newerth and Dota 2, Fly built up an impressive resume that only expanded as he moved to Team Secret, compLexity, and Team OG. Now with EG, his selfless support play and in-game shot-calling opens up possibilities for other players to take more of a share of resources; he might often be the poorest of our players, but that doesn’t mean he’s any less deadly.
Roman Kushnarev

Ramzes

Offlaner
Ramzes spent most of his career before Evil Geniuses on Virtus.pro where he made a name for himself both in Europe as well as internationally. Aside from two Top 6 finishes at back-to-back TIs, he also won both ESL One Hamburg 2017, ESL One Katowice 2018, and ESL One Birmingham 2018.
Roman Kushnarev

Ramzes

Offlaner
Ramzes spent most of his career before Evil Geniuses on Virtus.pro where he made a name for himself both in Europe as well as internationally. Aside from two Top 6 finishes at back-to-back TIs, he also won both ESL One Hamburg 2017, ESL One Katowice 2018, and ESL One Birmingham 2018.
Sam Sosale

Bulba

Coach
Before joining us full time, Bulba had a long career on some of the other top teams in Dota including Team Liquid, mousesports and Team Secret. In 2017, however, after several stints with the team over the previous years (including during our legendary run at The International 2015), Bulba made the transition to coaching and leading Evil Geniuses permanently.
Sam Sosale

Bulba

Coach
Before joining us full time, Bulba had a long career on some of the other top teams in Dota including Team Liquid, mousesports and Team Secret. In 2017, however, after several stints with the team over the previous years (including during our legendary run at The International 2015), Bulba made the transition to coaching and leading Evil Geniuses permanently.

ACHIEVEMENTS

1st
April 25, 2020
BTS Pro Series: Americas
1st
April 18, 2020
ESL One Los Angeles 2020: NA
5th
July 6, 2019
The International 2019
3rd
August 14, 2018
The International 2018
1st
July 8, 2018
The Summit 9
1st
March 20, 2018
GESC Indonesia
1st
May 6, 2017
The Manila Masters
1st
December 15, 2016
China Top 2016
3rd
August 14, 2016
The International 2016
1st
December 15, 2015
The Summit 4