Mushi

Mushi

Chai Yee Fung, 27 years Malaysia

18
Gold in tournaments:
  • PGL Open Bucharest 2017
  • The Perfect World Masters Southeast Asia Qualifier
  • Dota PIT League Season 6: Southeast Asia Qualifier
  • SL i-League Invitational Season 3. Southeast Asia Qualifier
  • PGL Open Bucharest SEA Qualifier
  • World Cyber Arena 2017 APAC Qualifier
  • SEA Kappa Invitational Season 2
  • BTS Southeast Asia #1
  • HyperX D2L Season 5
  • MPGL SEA League 5
  • WD Dota 2 Pro Series 4
  • Sunt CDEC New Star Cup
  • V Games Tournament #2
  • SLTV StarSeries IX Finals
  • Esports Champions League 2014
  • SINA Cup Supernova S3
  • G-League 2013
  • 2013 WPC ACE Dota 2 League
6
Silver in tournaments:
  • SL i-League Invitational Season 3
  • GEST The Challenge June
  • The Summit
  • WPC ACE 2014
  • Red Bull ECL 2013 Grand Finals
  • MLG Championship
5
Bronze in tournaments:
  • BTS Southeast Asia #2
  • JoinDOTA MLG Pro League Season #2
  • Red Bull Battle Grounds
  • WVW - June
  • Mars TV Dota 2 League
Prize:

$142,787.00

Team player

Mineski

Won
Draws
Lose
64.79% (300)
5.40% (25)
29.81% (138)

Total matches: 463

Mushi

Chai Yee Fung, 27 years Malaysia

Mushi is a professional Dota 2 player from Malaysia. He started his professional career with Orange in September 2011. The team soon became one of the strongest in the South Asian Dota scene. They placed 7th - 8th in TI2, which was a quite good result. However, Mushi gained real popularity at TI3, where Orange showed great performance and almost made it to the grand finals. In the end they placed third, and Mushi got the title of the strongest Mid laner in the world. Mushi played with Team DK in the 2013-2014 season, which appeared to be the most successful one both for him and his team. After they had picked up some wins and hit top 3 in several tournaments, they arrived to TI4 to win but ended up with the fourth place. After the tournament the team disbanded, and Mushi returned to Malaysia. Soon he appeared with Team Malaysia, his new one, which mainly consisted of the 2013 Orange roster players. In January 2015 they were signed by EHOME, who created a separate Malaysian roster for the team later but, however, decided to part ways with the players in March, focusing on their Chinese roster. Team Malaysia was the only team in the region to receive an invite for TI5, and on the 4th of June they were signed by Fnatic. Mushi is not that famous now. He switches his role often, still demonstrating high skill, but doesn't succeed in large events. The exception is The Shanghai Major 2016. Analytics didn't expect the team to hit higher than 9th - 12th, however, Mushi almost managed to repeat his success of 2013: he placed 5th - 6th. His signature heroes are Shadow Fiend, Queen of Pain and Outworld Devourer.

Participation in teams