Your team has just taken home a check for $3,427,126 for finishing in second place in the biggest purse tournament in the history of esports and less than a month later, you are out of a job.
This was the case with David "Moo" Hull and his Digital Chaos team who had just made a Cinderella run in Valve's Dota 2 International 6, their $20,770,460 tournament. In a twitter exchange with Jake "SirActionSlacks" Kanner, Moo confirmed that he did not leave the team, but instead was kicked off the Digital Chaos squad.
@SirActionSlacks @DIGITALCHAOSgg I did not leave I was kicked.— David Hull (@MooDota2) August 25, 2016
Moo was one of the top players at The International 6, ranking 38th or better out of 90 players in just about every statistical category including, KDA, kills, assists, last hits, and fewest deaths.
Digital Chaos has just come out with a news release that has officially declared that they, "...will be parting ways with offlaner David "Moo" Hull." Replacing Moo will be David "Moonmeander" Tan who comes from OG who had a very successful run until the International where they finished a disappointing 9th/12th.
This will probably not be the end of the roster shuffles as traditionally there has been a incredible amount of movement after every International. You can keep track of all the major roster changes on the Dota 2 web site through their registration database which is updated daily.