The Malaysian veteran officially takes his leave from Mineski after a rough start to its Pro Circuit campaign
One of the biggest names in the Southeast Asian region is officially on the move, as regional veteran and star player Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung has announced his departure from the roster of Mineski. The move makes the 6 time TI attendee a free agent within the Southeast Asian region and brings to an end a period of around 20 months with the Mineski organization. As of right now, Mushi has not revealed any specific plans moving forward, but there will surely be a number of teams within the Southeast Asian region that will be clamoring to add a player of his status, skill, and experience. On the other hand, the possibility exists for Mushi to potentially create a squad of his own, putting his veteran experience to use as the potential anchor and mentor of a new team. As for his now former organization, Mineski has not made any official announcement of a replacement for Mushi, who had been occupying a Support role in the team’s lineup.
The roster of Mineski following the departure of Mushi:
Thiay “JT-” Jun Wen (Carry)
Kam “Moon” Boon Seng (Mid)
Damien “kpii” Chok (Offlane)
Kim “Febby” Yong-min (Support)