Southeast Asian team Geek Fam has announced that captain Kim “DuBu” Doo-young has left the team.
DuBu first joined the team last September as part of its initial lineup for the 2019-2020 Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) season.
Geek Fam were unable to qualify for the first two Majors of the season with Dubu at the helm, though they did make it to their respective Minors. The team finished fifth-sixth at the Dota Summit 11 Minor and third at the WePlay! Bukovel Minor.
“We would like to thank Dubu for being part of the team. We were blessed to have you as part of the fam and we will cherish the moments spent with us. We wish you goodluck and all the best, Dubu,” said Geek Fam in the announcement the team posted on its Twitter account.
DuBu’s departure marks the second roster change for Geek Fam in the span of one month, as the team notably replaced former mid-laner Eric “Ryoya” Dong with Karl “Karl” Jayme last December.
It is unclear who will be replacing DuBu in the roster with the qualifiers for the next Major cycle set to be held soon in early February.
Notable free agents in the region that may attract interest from Geek Fam include the likes of former Mineski captain Michael “ninjaboogie” Ross Jr., former compLexity Gaming captain Adam “343” Shah, and former TNC captain Nico “eyyou” Barcelon.