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Germany has a rich history within the competitive Dota 2 scene, providing several of the best players to ever play the game. But an incredible run is finally coming to an end.
The ESL One Los Angeles Major will be the first Major in Dota 2 history to not have at least one German player on a roster, ending a five-year streak that began with The Frankfurt Major 2015 when Majors were introduced to the scene.
Over the years, there have been three very prominent German players that have basically been the entire region’s representation in Dota, though that pool has expanded to four players in the last two seasons. Those four players are Dominik “Black^” Reitmeier, Fata, KuroKy, and Max “qojqva” Bröcker.
Starting at The Frankfurt Major 2015, Black^ began the streak for German players, which was carried on by Kuro and Fata as Black^ faded out of tier one competition for a few seasons. Qojqva has been around just as long as some of those other players, but has really come into his own as a player over the last two years.
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