Ohaiyo’s Departure from LFY Roster Paves Way for Inflame’s Return to Offlane Position

Chong “Ohaiyo” Xin Khoo Dropped from LGD.Forever Young Roster

Chong “Ohaiyo” Xin Khoo has been removed from LGD.Forever Young’s active roster, as reported by MarsTV’s director of events, Dimitri “GodBlessMali” Vallette. Valve social media manager, Wykrhm “Wyk” Reddy, confirmed the roster change in his tweet.

Inflame Returns to LFY as Ohaiyo’s Replacement

Inflame Yongzheng, who was with LFY during their run at the International 7 last year, is returning to the squad to replace Ohaiyo.

Ohaiyo Released from Team for the Second Time in Two Months

This marks the second time in just two months that Ohaiyo has found himself without a team. He was released from former team Fnatic in mid-January this year and criticized the move for allegedly signing a replacement, Saahil “UNiVeRsE” Arora, before informing him of his departure.

LFY to Go through Open Qualifiers for TI8

LFY’s underwhelming performance in the PGL Bucharest Major, where they failed to win a single match in the Swiss format group stage, means that they will have to go through the Open Qualifiers for TI8. This is because Valve’s roster rules for the Pro Circuit require teams to maintain their roster for invitation eligibility.

Keywords: Chong “Ohaiyo” Xin Khoo, LGD.Forever Young, MarsTV, Dimitri “GodBlessMali” Vallette, Valve, Wykrhm “Wyk” Reddy, Inflame Yongzheng, The International 7, Fnatic, Saahil “UNiVeRsE” Arora, PGL Bucharest Major, TI8

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