A Belarusian esports organization based in Minsk. It was named after one of the districts of the city. A relatively young organization founded in 2017. In October 2017, the organization announced that it had assembled a team in the discipline of DotA 2. The team consisted exclusively of Belarusians, namely «dsr», «pio65», «SametS», «Funsterrr», «quazer».
In 2017, the team was not able to show good results. In this connection, it was decided to change the composition of the team. So «pio65» and «SametS» left the team, and in their place, the organization signed «TheChosenOne» and «young G».
In 2018, the team began to show quite good results, so Nemiga took first places in the Red Square & 5 Element Dota 2 Open and QIWI TEAM PLAY Season 2 tournaments. In December 2018, «RoMaLL1Ka» joined the team as a coach. The team also had two new players, «Fishman» and «Sunlight», which later replaced «young G» and «quazer».Between 2018 and 2019, the squad's replacements began again, as the organization was not happy with the team's results. Therefore, the composition has been completely changed, except for «TheChosenOne», «Zitraks», «mellojul», «Astral», and the captain of the squad «Fervian» joined the team. But this line-up did not justify itself again and was changed, «Zitraks», «mellojul» and «Fervian» left the team, and «kodos», «Eugene» and «Dyrach'Ё» were signed in their place.
For the whole of 2019, the team could not take first place in any tournament.
After a partial change in the roster in 2020, the team could not show a good, stable game. It is worth clarifying that the roster changed a lot throughout the year, but the leading players were still loyal to their team and tried to win. «Nefrit», «mellojul», «Fervian», «Astral» and «TheChosenOne» have participated in over 13 tournaments. The best result for the team was first place in the AOC Play Dota2 tournament. The team ended 2020 with a performance in the qualifiers for BTS Pro Series Season 4 but took the last place there.
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