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No-shows and substitutes pile up for PGL Arlington Major 2022

PGL Arlington Major 2022 is not looking great despite its launch date closing on August 4. It’s a stand-in galore as US visa denies impact seven teams or thirteen players in total. And certainly not the situation any DPC (2021-22) team wants to be in, as the final major before the International 2022 (TI11).

While Xtreme has already opted out of the nasty situation, many other teams do not have such luxury. Notably, Fnatic, despite requiring to play with three stand-ins, still wants to attend the Arlington Major. This is because Fnatic has 1020 DPC points or tenth-place in DPC rankings, so their direct invite is at stake. Furthermore, Fnatic obtained permission to participate with three stand-ins without penalty, since the US visa denies are not their fault.

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