The International 10 (TI10) runner-up PSG.LGD has made the decision to stick together heading into the 2022 DPC season.

The Chinese team was defeated by Russian squad Team Spirit in TI10’s grand final 3-2.

According to the organization’s General Manager Pan Fei, all of PSG.LGD’s players have unanimously agreed to stick together and fight again for another year, as reported by Dota 2 insider Tiffani “Oling” Lim.

Credit: Tiffani “Oling” Lim

PSG.LGD’s memorable The International 10 (TI10) run

PSG.LGD were the clear favorites to lift the Aegis of Champions even before the start of the competition, with most experts and even professional players — including OG’s Syed “SumaiL” Hassan — acknowledging their strengths as a team.

The Chinese powerhouse squad did not disappoint and finished with a 15-1 record in TI10’s group stage. They also looked unstoppable during The International 10’s playoffs after sending T1,, and Team Secret to the lower bracket.

The team finally met their match during the grand final where Team Spirit shocked the world and became the first Russian squad to win a Dota 2 world championship.

All of PSG.LGD’s players have agreed to stick together for the next DPC season

After their TI10 grand final loss, the Chinese squad shared their own thoughts on Weibo. Cheng “NothingToSay” Jin Xiang thanked his supporters, and looked forward to return next year.

The team’s offlaner, Zhang “Faith_bian” Ruida, also explained to his fans that the decision PSG.LGD made during TI10’s grand final was done together, and not just by their coach Zhang “xiao8” Ning.

“I love myself and my team. Thanks again for all your concerns,” he said in closing.

PSG.LGD’s Dota 2 roster for the next DPC season

  • (1) Wang “Ame” Chunyu
  • (2) Cheng “NothingToSay” Jin Xiang
  • (3) Zhang “Faith_bian” Ruida
  • (4) Zhao “XinQ” Zixing
  • (5) Zhang “y`” Yiping
  • (coach) Zhang “xiao8” Ning

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