Chinese esports organization EHOME is facing travel issues that may impact their upcoming events in the Dota Pro Circuit. One of their players, Luo “eGo” Bin, who is only 17 years old, requires special documentation from his parents to obtain a visa for the DreamLeague Season 11 Stockholm Major. However, the process can take up to 30 days, leaving a narrow window for approval before the event begins on March 14. EHOME’s coach, Zhang “xiao8” Ning, reached out for help in expediting the visa process.
Unfortunately, EHOME’s travel concerns did not end there. Their midlaner, Li “ASD” Zhiwen, will miss the beginning of the MDL Macau 2019 due to his passport not arriving on time. Furthermore, EHOME’s offlaner Zhang “Faith_bian” Ruida suffered a dislocated shoulder during a photo shoot, requiring immediate treatment and removal from the roster. This leaves EHOME with limited time to find replacements before the event or risk forfeiting.
These travel issues are not uncommon in the esports industry, with many players experiencing delays in visa and passport processing. Previous cases include Evil Geniuses’ Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan and Forward Gaming’s Yawar “YawaR” Hassan missing ESL One Hamburg due to visa delays.
The combination of injuries and passport troubles puts EHOME at a disadvantage and may hinder their chances of winning at the MDL Macau event.
Keywords: EHOME, Dota Pro Circuit, visa issues, travel concerns, DreamLeague Season 11 Stockholm Major, MDL Macau 2019, passport troubles, esports.