Rasmus "MISERY" Filipsen officially became a free agent and he could look for new opportunities before the second Minor and Major qualifiers for DPC 2019-2020.
Misery has been an important member of Dota's current Chaos squad since 2016. He led the TI6 squad to the finals, and later joined his teammate Aliwi "w33" Omar to South America, becoming coach. trainer for paiN Gaming. He also helps the players find a new home when everything falls apart with the current organization. In early 2019, Chaos Esports changed regions when signing a contract with the former paiN Gaming squad.
During the last DPC season, the team competed in South America, but right before the last Major, held two Brazilian members farewell and returned to Europe. Chaos continued to change until the TI9 regional qualifier, when the team completed the squad with Lasse "MATUMBAMAN" Urpalainen and Cheng "vtFaded" Jia. The team qualified for The International 2019, but were eliminated in the group stage. Chaos made no announcement after the post-TI9 period, but several members left the team. vtFaded joined EHOME, MATUMBAMAN announced to rest, and Maurice "KheZu" Gutman joined Godsent.
Now, Chaos officially disables the entire team and thanks Misery for the past time.
Thank you @MiSeRyDOTA who we will be releasing into free agency! Rasmus has been an incredibly valuable part of our team and we are sad to see him go, but wish him the best of luck in all of his future endeavors.
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– Chaos EC ? (@ChaosEC) October 29, 2019
"The impact Misery has on Chaos EC's development cannot be underestimated and we will always be grateful for your efforts," Chaos Esports wrote on his website while the CEO of the organization was Greg. Laird added:
“Rasmus personally has contributed to the growth and development of Chaos's Dota 2 program since joining (including the historic TI 2016 journey) more than any player. Over the years, I have become close friends with Rasmus and I am extremely sad to see you go but wish you all the best in your future career. ”
With the dissolution squad, Milan "MiLAN" Kozomara also became a free agent.