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Team Information
Sébastien "7ckngMad" Debs
Evany Chang
Team Captain:
Tal "Fly" Aizik
Total Earnings:
The Frankfurt Major 2015 The Manila Major 2016 ESL One Frankfurt 2016 The Boston Major 2016 The Kiev Major 2017

Upcoming Matches
No upcoming games

OG was created as the new team of former (monkey) Business players. The team's breakthrough occurred at the Frankfurt Major in late November, 2015. They fought through the lower bracket, defeating TI5 champions and runner-ups, Evil Geniuses and CDEC Gaming. By winning the 2017 Kiev Major, OG became the first team in Dota 2 to win four official Valve events.


Originally starting off under the name (monkey) Business, OG was a fledgling team with huge potential, consisting of the likes of experienced players like n0tail and Fly along with pubstars like Miracle-. The team broke out in its third tournament, defeating European powerhouse Team Secret at The Frankfurt Major. After a fourth place finish at The Summit 4, the team hit a slump and ended with 7-8th place in the Shanghai Major. Nonetheless, the team rebounded with a 3rd place finish at EPICENTER and another title at the Manila Major. The team proceeded to stomp Natus Vincere at ESL One Frankfurt 2016, winning the tournament and securing their invite to The International 2016.

In the team's first International, they proceeded to dominate their bracket and ended the group stages at the top of their group. They were, however, unable to maintain their momentum, and fell to the loser's bracket against MVP Phoenix. In what has been referred to as one of the biggest upsets in professional Dota 2, the team was eliminated by TnC Gaming and finished 9-12th.[1] Shortly after their disappointing run, OG announced that MoonMeander would no longer be an active player, and that Cr1t- and Miracle- would be leaving the team.[2].

To replace Cr1t-, Miracle- and MoonMeander, OG added Jerax, formerly of Team Liquid, Ana and Alliance's s4[3]. s4 would take on the offlane role, which was a new position for him but with familiar heroes in his signature Puck, Batrider and Magnus. Ana came to the team from a substitute position for Invictus Gaming. As a Chinese-Australian, Ana was fluent in English as well as Mandarin. With the addition of these new players OG made a strong start to the season by claiming first place at the Autumn Major in 2016, held in Boston USA, to become the first team to ever defend a Major title in Dota 2 history. The team was directly invited to the Winter Major for 2017, held in Kiev. After securing a top seed finish in the group stages (finishing 3-1), they battled their way to the Grand Finals beating Team Random, Evil Geniuses and ultimately Virtus Pro in the Grand Finals to claim the Mystic Staff. The Grand Finals series for the Kiev Major was the first Valve event Grand Finals to go to a game 5 since The International 3; s4 being a player of both. To date OG has won four of the six official Dota Major Championships, further cementing their status as legends of the game. With their win in Kiev, they are the only team to ever win two back-to-back Valve events in the Boston and Kiev Majors.

Player Roster[edit]


Active Squad
ID Name Position Join Date
Denmark N0tail Johan Sundstein 1 2015-10-31 [6]
Australia ana Anathan Pham 2 2016-08-31 [3]
Sweden s4 Gustav Magnusson 3 2016-08-31 [3]
Finland JerAx Jesse Vainikka 4 2016-08-31 [3]
Israel Fly Captain Tal Aizik 5 2015-10-31 [6]


Temporary stand-ins
ID Name Replacing ID Name Tournament(s)
Jordan YapzOr   Yazied Jaradat
Israel Fly Tal Aizik Dota_Pit_League/Season_5 Dota Pit League Season 5 European Qualifier #1
Finland Trixi   Kalle Saarinen
Australia ana Anathan Pham Dota_Pit_League/Season_5 Dota Pit League Season 5 European Qualifier #1

TI6 Squad
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Team
Denmark N0tail Johan Sundstein 1/2 2015-10-31 [6] - Logo filler std.png
Jordan Miracle- Amer Barqawi 1/2 2015-10-31 [6] 2016-08-23 [2] Liquidlogo std.png Team Liquid
Canada MoonMeander David Tan 3 2015-10-31 [6] 2016-08-25 [5] Digitalchaoslogo std.png Digital Chaos
Denmark Cr1t- Andreas Franck Nielsen 4 2015-10-31 [6] 2016-08-23 [2] Eglogo std.png Evil Geniuses
Israel Fly Captain Tal Aizik 5 2015-10-31 [6] -
Sweden Xcalibur Steve Ye Sub 2016-03-25 [4] 2016-08-23 [4] Dotalogo std.png Memento Mori


ID Name Position
Sweden the_evany Evany Chang Manager
France 7ckngMad Sébastien Debs Coach


Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2017-04-30 A11st A1Premier The Kiev Major 2017 3 : 2 Virtuslogo std.png $1,000,000
2017-04-04 A22nd A1Premier Dota 2 Asia Championships 2017 0 : 3 IGlogo std.png $91,799
2016-12-10 A11st A1Premier The Boston Major 2016 3 : 1 Adfinemlogo std.png $1,000,000
2016-08-09 A99 - 12th A1Premier The International 2016 0 : 2 Tnclogo std.png $311,557
2016-06-19 A11st A1Premier ESL One Frankfurt 2016 3 : 0 Navilogo std.png $157,273
2016-06-12 A11st A1Premier The Manila Major 2016 3 : 1 Liquidlogo std.png $1,110,000
2016-05-22 A11st Template:Tier/Dota Major Championships DreamLeague Season 5 3 : 0 Navilogo std.png $50,000
2016-05-15 A33rd A1Premier EPICENTER 2016 1 : 2 Newbeelogo std.png $60,000
2015-11-28 A11st Template:Tier/Dota Major Championships DreamLeague Season 4 3 : 0 Empirelogo orig std.png $55,000
2015-11-21 A11st A1Premier The Frankfurt Major 2015 3 : 1 Secretdotalogo std.png $1,110,000
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament



  • OG is the first and, as of April 2017, only team to win 4 Valve sponsored events (Majors), and the first team to defend a Valve major title.
  • OG has a title of "春秋霸主" (Spring and Autumn Overlord) in Chinese, for their victories of spring and fall majors. “Spring and Autumn Period ” means the period of 770 BC to 476 BC in Chinese history.
  • OG also has a title of "冬虫夏草" (Winter and Summer Elimination) in Chinese, for their failures of winter majors and the summer Ti. “ winterworm” and "summerherb" both mean medicinal herbs in Chinese, but their literal meanings sound very weak.

Highlight Videos[edit]


  1. Thursten, Chris (9 August 2016). "The biggest upset in the history of pro Dota 2 shocks the International 2016". PCGamer. Retrieved 14 August 2016.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 OGDota2 (23 August 2016). "TI Shuffle Season: Change is Never Easy". Facebook. Retrieved 24 August 2016.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 OG (2016-08-31). "New Waves". Facebook. Retrieved 2016-08-31.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 "Xcalibur joins as sub". 25 March 2016. Retrieved 25 March 2016.
  5. 5.0 5.1 SUNSfan (2016-08-25). "Welcome MoonMeander & Blitz". Digital Chaos. Retrieved 2016-08-25.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 OG Dota 2 (31 October 2015). "Monkey Business is now OG". Twitter. Retrieved 31 October 2015.