There are a few big names in the CIS Dota 2 industry, one of which was Cyber Legacy. The team had a pretty good roster with plenty of potential. Sadly, due to COVID-19 and a lack of good results, the organization has just decided to release their entire roster.
Cyber Legacy decided to rebuild their roster from the ground up after releasing four of their players. The last member who was still a part of the team was Zaur “Cooman” Shakhmurzaev. Supposedly, he had the uneasy task of rebuilding the team and preparing it for upcoming events.
Sadly, it seems that they weren’t able to complete this task because Cyber Legacy has announced that it’s final player is free from any contractual arrangements. Cooman became a part of CL in July after being inactive for three months. Prior to that, he was a part of Virtus.Pro.
We still don’t know why CL’s roster wasn’t able to live up to the expectations. It contained some pretty decent players, combined brought plenty of experience. Sadly, we might have to wait until the pandemic is over before we see this organization back in the Dota 2 competitive scene.
As for Cooman, we will keep following this incredible player and see whether he will be able to find himself a new team.