Invictus Gaming Player JT- Proposes to CN Dota 2 Commentator, Yuno
Almost a month ago, the Dota 2 community was greeted with warm news of Chinese Dota 2 legend, Wang "Ame" Chunyu’s proposal to his longtime girlfriend. More recently another pro Dota 2 player Tal "Fly" Aizik, shared a significant milestone in his life—his marriage to longtime girlfriend and former OG Manager Evany Chang. Now, in a pleasant turn of events, Thiay "JT-" Jun Wen, a Malaysian player for Invictus Gaming, proposed to his girlfriend Wang "Yuno" Jing on her birthday. Yuno is a Chinese Dota 2 caster.
“CN Dota In A Nutshell” first shed light on this incident via a post on X. JT- also took to Chinese social media platform Weibo to post a Birthday post for his girlfriend and shared images from the event with the words“I hope I have you for the rest of my life. Happy Birthday, baby.”
JT- and Yuno’s New Saga Begins
The proposal took place on 2nd December in a place with stunning views of the city skylines and the Yellow Sea in Shanghai, China. The venue was romantically decorated with fairy lights, balloons, flowers, and a sign that read “Marry Me". An image from the post confirms that Yuno accepted his marriage proposal. A fellow Dota 2 player, He "Inflame" Yongzheng commented under his post “I didn't expect it, Jt God” signaling that the proposal was a very secretive one.
Just a day later, on 3rd December Invictus Gaming competed at the Esports Shanghai Masters 2023, a Tier 2 tournament organized by Shanghai Sports Bureau CCTV Shanghai and Jing'an District People's Government. Invictus Gaming emerged victorious after defeating Eagle and Team Aster.
Notably, Invictus Gaming has also qualified for ESL One Kuala Lumpur 2023 through the regional qualifiers and is set to face off against TSM and LGD Gaming on their opening day in the tournament. ESL One Kuala Lumpur is slated to commence on 11th December 2023, where 12 teams will be competing for the lion’s share of $ 1,000,000 along with the chance to earn EPT [ESL Pro Tour] Points - a newly introduced points system that will be used to determine direct invites and regional qualifier invites for an undisclosed tournament.