G-Guard reformed with former Natit Gaming roster

Dota 2 Andreas “drouks” St

The Malaysian organization G-Guard Esports has picked up the most recent Natit Gaming roster, with the exception of Chee Hong 'Nj' Law. The new G-Guard roster will kick-off their competitive journey on March 25th in a match against Rave for StarLadder XII.

The upcoming Malaysian squad G-Guard will be making a comeback in competitive DotA2, as announced today on their official Facebook page. The organization had been on the lookout for new members since the disbandment of their previous roster, back in February 2015. In the end, it seems that Natit Gaming managed to capture their attention, as Ng 'YamateH' Wei Poong and his buddies will play under the G-Guard banner from now on.

The roster includes the latest Natit Gaming squad, with its newest addition - the support player Wai Pern 'Net' Lim who actually was a player of the former G-Guard roster which was disbanded as previously mentioned. However, it seems that one of the founding members of Natit, the young Malaysian player Chee Hong 'Nj' Law, will not continue with his captain YamateH. While the current roster certainly looks strong on paper, the five players will certainly have to work hard to build the required chemistry to be successful in major competitions; their issues were rather evident during their latest match against Arcanys Gaming for The Summit 3.

The first official match of the new G-Guard roster will take place on March 23rd, against the Vietnamese squad Aces, for the first round of GEST SEA Cup.

G-Guard Esports roster : 

Malaysia Ng 'YamateH' Wei Poong
Malaysia Wai Pern 'Net' Lim
Malaysia Chua 'Ice' Chee Cai
Malaysia Chan 'WinteR' Litt Binn
Malaysia Kie 'Syeonix' Zizihen

Source : Facebook

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