Mushi Dota 2 Profile, Wiki, Bio, Girl Friend, Net worth, Family
Chai Yee Fung, better known as Mushi, is a professional Malaysian DotA 2 player who is currently playing for Mineski. He was born on 27th November 1990 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Mushi joined Team Orange on September 5, 2011, and played finely for his team. He was part of few main tournaments but the squad did not won in any major event. Later on, he retired from playing for the team and instead shifted to its managerial position. In a few months he reverted as a player and joined Orange.
Mushi and Orange focused on improving the team’s performance and recruited the perfect team to strengthen their position. For this purpose, they both included brand players like “Winter”, “Ice” and legendary “YamateH”.
Mushi’s squad was now able to win The Evolution Malaysia and the Razer Invitational Show. They dominated the SEA scene and became popular in no time. They also won the WCG Malaysia National Final over MUFC and WCG 2012 Asian Championship over MiTH.
Later, Mushi joined team DK on September 4, 2013, and the team also began to top the show. During The International 2014, the team faced a devastating loss, and Mushi went back to Team Malaysia. When the team was not able to qualify for The Summit, Mushi eventually left the team. He and Ohaiyo created their new team with EHOME. The squad performed well and became the fans favorite. They were sponsored by Fnatic on June 4, 2015.
The peak of their success can be judged by the fact that they defeated Team Secret at The International 2015. They had their good plays and the bad ones as well when the Fnatic finished on the 13th-16th place when Virtus.pro defeated them. On August 26, 2015, Fnatic announced the team line-up which included Mushi.
Personally he has led a messed up life. He was also not lucky in love and shifted between many girlfriends. He enjoys playing badminton and basketball for fun and his commendable career in online gaming has made him lead a prestigious life. He is estimated to have earned $1,014,463.42 from 81 tournaments so far and continues to dominate the team.