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Ars-Art retires from Dota 2. PGG takes his place on Moscow Five.

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Russian Dota 2 veteran Sergey ‘Ars-Art’ Revin has today announced that he is retiring from competitive Dota 2 to focus on his family. Ars-Art, also known as ‘Smile’, was interviewed by Team Liquid’s Hotbid at TI4 where he spoke about his upcoming life adjustments. Ars-Art is soon to become a father and while he has previously stated that he would continue to play Dota 2 professionally, today he has announced that this is no longer his intention.

Ars-Art transferred to Moscow 5 following Virtus Pro’s failure to claim the 16th spot at TI4. Today, the organisation has announced that Vladimir ‘PGG’ Anosov will be taking Ars-Art’s place on the team.

The full article in Russian is accessable here.

Current Moscow Five roster:

 Vladislav 'Blowyourbrain' Morozyukw
 Ivan 'Vigoss' Shinkarev
 Vladimir 'PGG' Anosov
 Igor 'Nexus' Lisakovskiy
 Maxim 'TpoH' Vernikov


Dota 2, Smile, PGG, Moscow 5

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