Wong "ChuaN" Hock Chuan remains the only Southeast Asian to have ever win The International, as he played with TI2 winners Invictus Gaming.
Chai "Mushi" Yee Fung is also considered as a veteran of the scene, as he played for numerous big organizations such Team DK, Orange, Fnatic and Mineski before moving into a coaching role.
Lee "kYxY" Kong Yang was a part of the infamous Orange Esports roster at TI3, as he played a pivotal part in the Malaysian team's third place finish at the tournament.
TI6 marked as the turning point for Filipino Dota, as Djardel "DJ" Mampusti became the first Filipino to achieve a top 4 finish at a TI as well becoming the most successful player from the country.
Raven first rose to fame during his time with TNC Pro Team at TI6, where he infamously defeated OG. Ever since then, he became one of the best carry players to have come out of SEA.
Kuku's infamous "Huskar - Dazzle" combo at TI6 had him cemented into Dota 2's history, as they were seen as underdogs before defeating OG at TI6.
Abed became one of the best mid laners to have come out of the region, as his micro skills were proven to be invaluable by his former teams such as Fnatic, Evil Geniuses and Digital Chaos.