Visa issues for PSG.LGD for LIMA DOTA2 Major

Visa issues for PSG.LGD for LIMA DOTA2 Major

8. February 2023 by Andrew Williams

PSG.LGD’s offlaner Li “项羽” Longwu will not be able to travel to the 4D Esports Lima Dota Major 2023. According to the organization’s announcement on Weibo, there were problems with the player’s visa.

But don’t worry, replacements are already in place. Ren “Old eLeVeN” Yangwei will play in his place at the event. Even though he hasn’t played yet this DPC season, he will now get the chance to prove himself and support the team. We will soon see if he is a match for his opponents!

PSG.LGD – the best team from the region

The 4D Esports Lima Major 2023 will take place from February 22 to March 5. There will be 18 teams from six regions competing for $500,000 and DPC points. PSG.LGD came out on top in their region and will travel to the Lima Major as the best team from China! Will they do well with the replacement player at the tournament?

Last season, Old eLeVeN played for Xtreme Gaming, which failed to qualify for The International 2022. The team managed to finish 2nd in the Chinese Qualifier and 5th-6th in the Last Chance Qualifier. There were protests in Lima recently, so it was uncertain if the tournament could even take place as planned. The last official answer from the organizers was that there is nothing to worry about because there were hardly any riots in Lima itself. We will continue to monitor the situation.

All teams of the Dota 2 Lima Major 2023

The first DPC Tour of 2023 is nearing its end and some teams already managed to qualify for the 4D Esports Dota 2 Lima Major 2023. Aster was the first team to secure a spot now thanks to the earlier start of the DPC in China. Team Liquid was the second team to qualify from Western Europe. Here you can find all the teams of the Dota 2 Lima Major 2023:

Western Europe:

    • Tundra Esports
    • Gaimin Gladiators
    • Team Liquid
    • Entity


    • PSG.LGD
    • EHOME
    • Knights
    • Team Aster

North America:

    • Shopify Rebellion
    • TSM

South America:

    • Evil Geniuses
    • beastcoast

Southeast Asia:

    • Execration
    • Talon Esports
    • Geek Slate

Eastern Europe:

    • Team Spirit
    • HellRaisers
    • BetBoom Team

Despite being accused of match fixing, Chinese team “Knights” managed to qualify for the Lima Major. During their match against EHOME, caster Vitalii “v1lat” Volochai and analyst Oleksii “STORM” Tumanov of the DPC broadcast reportedly noticed some uspicious things. Valve hadn’t commented on it yet, but hopefully they will soon. The fact that a team was admitted to the major, which is accused of such serious deeds, is somewhat questionable.