eSports Player Review - MushiName: Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung Date of Birth: November 27, 1990 Country: Malaysia Game: DotA 2 Tournament Winnings: $819,058.02 from 67 Tournaments Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung is a Malaysian professional DotA 2 player, currently playing for team Mineski. He is most famously played for Team DK and Orange as mid solo or carry, depending on which heroes the team picked. eSports Discipline Mushi is competing in the eSports game with the highest prize funds – DotA 2. This popular MOBA is a preferred option by a lot of the professional gamers. The game is really attractive when they have millions of dollars for a prize at the biggest eSports event – The International. In the game, Mushi is well known for his skills with the Shadow Fiend, Queen of Pain, and Medusa. Chai Fung is a proud owner of the “Best Mid Solo” award in 2010 and then three years later in 2013. Results and Earnings With $819,058.02 from 67 Tournaments, Mushi is number one in Malaysia on this indicator and #53 in the world ranking. At the start of his eSports career, Mushi earned a modest $90, while in 2016, his earnings were almost 400k – $384,818.80. 2017 Best Winnings 1st PGL Open Bucharest $26,000.00 2nd StarLadder i-League Invitational #3 $12,000.00 Riot EU LCS 2017 Spring $5,423.03 2016 Best Winnings 4th The International 2016 $290,786.40 5th-6th The Manila Major 2016 $40,500.00 5th-6th The Shanghai Major 2016 $40,500.00 2015 Total Winnings $61,862.78 from 17 Tournaments 2014 Total Winnings $248,900.17 from 19 Tournaments eSports Career of Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung Mushi’s career started back in 2011 when he joined team Orange. Back in these days, he played the first version of DotA. After some hard times, he decided to retire from the competitive scene for a while. However, he slowly moved back from the manager role to a leader and member of Orange for the second time. After signing some legendary DotA players in 2012, Orange and Mushi began to build up their reputation as one of the best teams in South East Asia. For a period of 6 months, Chai and his squad managed to win 4 different events. Valve acknowledged Orange’s performance and the team received a direct invite to the biggest DotA 2 tournament ever at that time, The International 2012. Orange’s final placement in the tournament was 7/8th after they passed the group stage but were knocked out by LDG in the winner’s bracket. After a win against CLG, Orange’s path to the loser final ended when they met EHOME. In 2013, Mushi left the team due to the internal problems with another talented player, Ng “YamateH” Wei Poong. Later in the year, he rejoined the squad, after YamateH announced that he would no longer be part of team Orange. Similarly to the past year, Mushi and his team managed to qualify for the winner’s bracket of the International 2013. After an intense battle against Natus.Vincere, Orange finished in 3rd place in the most prestigious DotA event of the year. Right after the International, Mushi transferred from Orange to Team DK. Fung was one of the most valuable players in the upcoming International 2014, with some incredible plays with Death Prophet and Shadow Fiend. Despite all efforts, Team DK was knocked out of TI4 by Vici Gaming with a score of 0-2. Expected by many, DK was disbanded in the pre-season period. In 2015 Mushi, along with some of his teammates, joined the new EHOME Squad. Since EHOME decided to have two squads, Mushi Fung logically decided to be part of the Malaysian division of the organization. With a massive 16 game winning streak, the team was directly invited to The International 2015. Later that year, the whole team was picked by Fnatic to participate in the tournament under the flag of the organization. TI5 ended badly for Mushi and his teammates since they finished at the bottom of the ranking in 13-16th place. In 2016, Fnatic had some incredible moments, finishing 5th-6th in both the Manila and Shanghai Majors and then 4th at the International. After that, Fung moved to his current team, Mineski, with which he won the PGL Dreamhack and finished in 2nd place at StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 3 after a loss to Team Liquid. GET UP TO $280 IN FREE BETS! Claim Now Mushi Latest PerformancevsTeam Liquid0:2vsTeam Empire2:0vsComplexity Gaming2:1Mushi Statistics Popular eSports Players Dendi - Dota 2 fy - Dota 2 ppd - Dota 2 Puppey - Dota 2 Rekkles - LoL s1mple - CS GO kennyS - CS GO Faker - CS GO Featured eSports Articles Riot Games Is Updating Blitzcrank’s Passives Antoan Vasilev | 2019-03-24Riot Games are making everything possible to bring old champions back to life. 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