SumaiL Departs from Evil Geniuses: What’s Next for the Young Dota Star?
Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan, one of the youngest and most talented players in Dota, has left Evil Geniuses after being with the team for over a year. Although the news has not been officially released by the organization, his departure was discovered through the registration database for the upcoming Dota2 Major, where his status is listed as “Left the team.”
SumaiL’s Achievements and Career
SumaiL gained recognition for being one of the youngest players, only 17 years old, to compete in two Internationals, where he secured top-three placements in both. In addition to his successful performances at the Internationals, he also contributed to his team’s victories in two other majors and third-place finishes in two more majors.
As of now, SumaiL is a free agent in the esports market. It is uncertain which teams have offered him opportunities, or if he will wait until the roster drop lock date of Sept. 4 to join a team.
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