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Even with having a scare to three distinct groups with Russian players in their roster, any problem which may have kept them out of competing at the StarLadder ImbaTV Dota two Minor was solved.

As many teams started arriving before another Dota Guru Circuit Minor, Gambit Esports was the primary team to encounter problems upon landing in Kiev, Ukraine

Three of Gambit's players, Vasily"AfterLife" Shishkin, Nikita"Daxak" Kuzmin, also Alexander"Immersion" Hmelevskoy were refused entrance to the nation past the airport's customs department. The team's trainer, Anatoly"boolk" Ivanov, was likewise denied, as was their supervisor Ivan"4SV" Karpov.

Caster Vitalii"v1lat" Volochai created a post not long after Gambit's that said that all five players in the Old But Gold roster were also being hauled up. He followed up by stating the players could be deported to Minsk back in Russia, which will be about an hour away by flight, although the difficulties had been sorted out.

In reaction to this post, OG's offlaner Sébastien"7ckngMad" Debs declared that OG was using a similar dilemma using Igor"iLTW" Filatov, yet another Russian participant.

Gambit was able to solve their problems early on and input Kiev, but OBG and iLTW stayed in the proverbial limbo. If the hold stayed into the championship, the OBG staff and iLTW could have been granted special permission to perform on the internet together with the oversight of a StarLadder referee.

StarLadder and Valve did not need that for their greatest events and made certain to work right with appropriate Ukrainian stations to have things solved.

Happily, all of the work achieved by the StarLadder crew paid off and the two denials were cleared in time for the teams to compete completely. This is only one of those rare situations each travel problem in relation to esports has been cleared this up fast.

Visa and other travel constraints are among the greatest challenges for multi-country esports to genuinely flourish with no problems. It's particularly notable in circumstances like this where Russian players have been apparently picked out for the nationality, probably because of this somewhat tense relationship between Ukraine and Russia.

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