Mushi out of Mineski after more than 1.5 years with the org

Shounak Sengupta

11o, Nov, 2018

Cover image source: @PGL

Veteran SEA player, Chai ‘Mushi’ Feng will be leaving the Mineski organization as announced via his Twitter and Facebook handles a while back. Mushi played under the Mineski tag for much of 2017, including the entirety of the 2017-18 DPC season, where he and his teammates established themselves as the best team in SEA. In the same season, the team managed to win a Minor in the PGL Open Bucharest and a Major in the Dota 2 Asia Championships. Following this, the team finished 9th at TI8, the highest placing for a SEA team in 2018.


Mushi is now a free agent and his years of experience along with 2 3rd place finishes at TI, will definitely make him a worthy pickup for any SEA roster. However, his stint as a support player under the reformed Mineski in the new season has not gone according to plan. The organization has failed to qualify in either of the first 2 DPC events and with only 8 events remaining, the team has decided to make a change.