OG Dota 2

OG is a European esports team founded in 2015. In the team statistics, there are 570 matches, 347 of which ended with a victory. OG achievements and successes over other esports teams in Dota 2 speak of the good skills of the team and coach.

OG Dota 2 team roster


Artem Golubiev “Yuragi”. Role: Carry. “Yuragi” is a gamer from Ukraine who plays as a Carry. He’s calm and energetic, especially while hunting for his next kill. The gamer started a promising career in 2020 and joined OG in 2021, and became part of a revamped roster. He ranked number one on the European table of the best Dota 2 players.

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Bozhidar Bogdanov “bzm”. Role: Mid. Bozhidar is a young esports player from Bulgaria who plays mid and has had spectacular performances. Not every gamer can boast of entering the Dota scene at 16 years old. The young Bulgarian prodigy joined the OG roster after a season with Creepwave, and he continues to show great play.

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Ammar Al-Assaf “Ammar_The_F”. Role: Offlaner. Ammar is the second 16-year-old gamer on the team who hails from Jordan. Despite his little experience and young age, Ammar al-Assaf is the epitome of confidence and determination.


Tommy Le “Taiga”. Role: Support. Tommy Le is a 23-year-old cyber-sportsman from Norway. He is a fun, positive, and experienced player who has brought the team more than one victory. After a long journey with friends who played first at the Alliance team and later Team Liquid, Taiga joined OG and bravely trusted the young, promising roster.


Mikhail Agatov “Misha”. Role: Support. The 24-year-old gamer officially captained the new OG Dota 2 team in 2021. He brought a stable training regime and discipline with him, which positively affected his results. His professional career began in 2015. The player’s prize pool is $14,425, and stats include 225 wins, 201 losses, and 16 draws.


Evgenii Makarov “Chuvash”. Role: Coach of the team.

Awards and achievements

OG has won the first Dota 2 Valve major in history. In addition, they are the only ones who have become the Dota 2 world champion twice. The total prize money is $33,994,423. Below is a list of Major and The International championships where the OG Dota 2 team took first place.

  • 2019 – The International
  • 2018 – The International
  • 2017 – Kyiv Major
  • 2016 – Manila Major
  • 2016 – Boston Major
  • 2015 – Frankfurt Major


How OG Dota 2 stands for?

The team abbreviation OG stands for Original Gangsters.

Who is the coach of OG Dota 2?

The OG Dota 2 team coach is Evgeny Makarov, nickname “Chuvash”. In our description, you will find a description of each player from the team.