Mushi returns to China, joins Keen Gaming

The legendary Malaysian veteran returns to China once again with a move to the roster of Keen Gaming

After helping to coach Mineski to a 9th-12th place performance at TI9 in Shanghai, veteran player Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung has opted to move from Southeast Asia to China for the upcoming 2019-2020 season. The legendary player has officially completed a move from the Geek Fam organization to the roster of Keen Gaming. Mushi is set to take up a Support role in the roster of Keen Gaming, but the organization has a bit of housekeeping to do now that it has officially added Mushi to its lineup. The team’s announcement of Mushi’s addition did not clarify any further changes to its roster, leaving the Chinese squad with 6 players in its lineup. With Mushi set to play as a Support for the team, Keen Gaming will ostensibly be parting with 1 of its 2 other support players in Hu “Kaka” Liangzhi and Song “dark”‘ Runxi. However, no official confirmation of any other trades or roster departures have been made by Keen Gaming, leaving the squad’s final composition a mystery for the time being.

 

The roster of Keen Gaming following the addition of Mushi:

Wang “old chicken” Zhiyong (Carry)
Zhai “” Jingkai (Mid)
Ren “eLeVeN” Yangwei (Offlane)
Hu “Kaka” Liangzhi (Support)
Song “dark”‘ Runxi (Support, Captain)
Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung (Support)
Wu “Fyms” Junying (Coach, Manager)

Keen Gaming’s announcement (via Weibo) of its acquisition of Mushi (Chinese)

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