Disclaimer: First and foremost, it's important to know that rumours spread like wildfire at times like these. Anything noted in this article will be marked as Unconfirmed, or Confirmed once official statements have been made by Players or Teams involved in the transfer. Where transfers have been confirmed, sources will also be provided.
Confirmed: (14/8) Misery confirms on his stream that the current lineup of Cloud 9 G2A will disband. C9 Owner Jack Etienne announced on Twitter that the C9 organization will remain in Dota and pick up a new roster in the near future.
Confirmed: (14/8) Aui_2000 reveals that he's been kicked from Evil Geniuses. Multiple members from Evil Geniuses confirm the roster change. At the same time, Artour 'Arteezy' Babaev announces his departure from Team Secret and return to EG. Read more on the swap here.
Unconfirmed: (14/8) Rasmus 'MiSeRy' Fillipsen says that a new All-Star lineup will be formed that will have an Asian offlaner, who is rumored to be none other than Daryl 'iceiceice' Koh, currently playing for Vici Gaming.
Confirmed: (15/8) Following the departure of Arteezy, Team Secret announces that Ludwig 'zai' Wåhlberg will take a secondary role on the team to focus on his studies. No word yet on who will complete the roster.
Unconfirmed: (14/8) According to a source close to the team, we reported that MVP Phoenix could be about to lose Kim 'QO' Seon-Yeob, one of the stars of the team during TI5. Tae Won 'March' Park is also apparently weighing up his options and debating whether to stay.
Unconfirmed: (15/8) The roster of Team Secret might suffer even more changes as Russian caster v1lat said that Gustav 's4' Magnusson may go back to his former squad, The Alliance, while Clement 'Puppey' Ivanov and Kuro S. 'KuroKy' Takhasomi will be free agents, leaving Team Secret with no active roster.
Unconfirmed: (15/8) The coach of Team Secret, Theeban '1437' Sivasaid on stream he's looking to create a new team. He also stated that Kuroky and former Cloud 9 G2A player Adrian 'FATA-' Trinks are looking to start a new team.
Unconfirmed: (15/8) Having attended TI with MVP HOT6 and spent a few months in Korea, Jesse 'JerAx' Vainikka said in a recent interview he will be returning to Europe. At this time there are no indicators to which team he may join.