Mushi is a core for new Mineski roster

Esports organization Mineski announced new details about their new Dota 2 roster.

Chai «Mushi» Yee Fung will become a core for a new Dota 2 team. Previously, Mushi has been playing for Fnatic. Currently, there is no information about players who will join Mushi, but Mineski organization has already told on their website that the details would be revealed soon.

Chai «Mushi» Yee Fung joined Mineski after changing of the organization management. Malaysian entrepreneur and owner of the network of computer clubs and ex-manager of Orange eSports and Fnatic, Yap «Kenchi» Chee Lung became a new CEO of Mineski.

Mushi decided to leave Fnatic after the team endured multiple failures in the second half of 2016. After The International 2016 Fnatic did not manage to win any tournament and also failed all qualifiers to different championships. In the qualifying stage of The Kiev Major 2017 Chai Yee Fung played for Mineski-X as a stand-in, but the team did not manage to pass further than an open regional qualification.

Mineski almost managed to get the invitation to The Kiev Major 2017. The team lost two decisive matches with 1:2 score. For the first time it happened in the upper bracket against Singapore players from Team Faceless. The second match was played against TnC Pro Gaming in the lower bracket.

In the nearest future, the details about cooperation of Mineski and Mushi will be announced.