V-Tune parts ways with HellRaisers

In the aftermath of its appearance at the DOTA Summit 11 Major, the CIS organization will be searching for a new Carry as V-Tune ends his time with HR

HellRaisers came into the recent DOTA Summit 11 Minor already looking for a replacement player, as the organization had benched Support Ilya “ALOHADANCE”  Korobkin just a few days before the start of the event. As it turns out though, ALOHADANCE is not the only player that HR will need to replace, as the organization has announced that Carry Alik “V-Tune” Vorobey will also be parting ways with the squad. Technically speaking, V-Tune had been a member of the HellRaisers lineup due to being loaned to the organization by Aachen City Esports. However, with Aachen City Esports having ceased operations at the end of September, V-Tune can now enter free agency following the conclusion of his time with HR.

With V-Tune now hitting the free agent market, there should be a fair bit of interest in the 19 year old Carry. Though his experience at the professional level has been somewhat limited, what we’ve seen from him so far has been fairly impressive, and the young Carry will likely be seen as a potential upgrade for many teams within the CIS region. As for the squad that he leaves behind, HellRaisers have a bit of rebuilding to do, with the team now down to just 3 players on its active roster. The CIS region still has quite a few high profile free agents floating around, so there will certainly be options for HellRaisers as the squad looks to fill its roster vacancies. The issue for the squad will be making sure that they pick up the right players to fit with its current lineup, as the organization will look to maintain as much of its early season momentum as possible.


The roster of HellRaisers following the departure of V-Tune:

Alexander “Nix” Levin (Carry/Mid)
Dmitry “DM” Dorokhin (Offlane)
Yaroslav “Miposhka” Naidenov (Support, Captain)
“Alagon” (Coach)
Dmitry “Korb3n” Belov (Manager)

HellRaisers’ announcement (via Twitter) of V-Tune’s departure from the organization (Russian)

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