One of the top Dota 2 players in Malaysia and maybe even in South East Asia, Chai "Mushi" Yee Fung, announced that he will no longer be competing under Fnatic from now on, ending his two and a half stay with the team.
After several failed attempts in both online and LAN tournaments and numerous roster changes throughout the time he was on the team, Mushi decided to part ways with the team for other ventures. "It’s hard to shy away from the fact that the team has been suffering recently. In the months following The International 2016 the roster was never really able to settle and unfortunately this reflected in our results. It is with regret that now we come to this impasse where one of our founding players and most iconic figures has found the best solution is to relinquish his position in order for Fnatic find a new way forward," said Jakazolo, the Editorial of Fnatic.
It is still uncertain whether Mushi will still be competing professionally in Dota 2. However, the three-time The International semi-finalists wrote in his parting statement that he doesn't know what the future holds for him and is looking to venture into a new environment. "At the moment I'm leaving Fnatic as a player. I'm not sure about my future plans ahead yet, but I'm looking forward to explore into a new environment," Mushi said.
Fnatic's remaining members in the roster are off laner Chong "Ohaiyo" Xin Khoo and support player Kim "Febby" Yong-min. They now will have the heavy task to contemplate a brand new roster for the team, with the help of their manager Eric"Reinnnn" Khor Wei Soon.
Mushi has definitely lived up to his name as a legend in bringing Malaysia into the Dota 2 scene. We wish the best for him in his future endeavors.
Source: Fnatic Official Website