It’s time to return to action for a legend of the Dota 2 scene as Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung becomes a player once more.
Mushi will be playing position five for Keen Gaming, joining the team from free agency following his time as coach of Mineski through The International 2019. Prior to coaching, Mushi had played on three different rosters, none of which had much to hang their hat on.
Bringing in Mushi will give Keen a bit more than just a veteran of the scene. The well-known will have an added benefit when it comes to advertising the squad and bringing in sponsorship.
It’s also important to note that Mushi will be playing position five which is currently held by the teams captain, Song “dark” Runxi. What changes may be coming to the roster in terms of positioning are currently unknown. Several players are currently in the process of discussing transfers including Wang “old chicken” Zhiyong and Ren “eLeVeN” Yangwei who have been trialing with EHOME.
With Keen making to through to The International 2019, they’re looking to improve upon their placing and believe Mushi may be one step in the right direction. It will be interesting to see how the rest of the roster plays out during the off season.