Dota 2: Mushi & Yamateh to play together

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Dota 2: Mushi & Yamateh to play together

New SEA team “Brothers United” includes regional legends Mushi, YamateH and Ohaiyo in their newly-formed roster

The MDL Chengdu Major is slowly but steadily reaching its final part. After a couple of days of back-stage action, the first Major of the 2019-2020 DPC will finally enter the Main Event stage. Every single series so far has been a blast to watch so if you’ve missed any of the action, be sure to check the recaps from each day.

The Leipzig Major

Although MDL Chengdu is not over yet, there is already news about the next DPC tournaments. In fact, there is just a week left until the Open Qualifiers for the Leipzig Major and the WePlay! Bukovel Minor begins. We did a quick look at Valve’s registration page and what we saw is genuinely impressive.

By the looks of it, there is going to be a new Southeast Asian team. What’s more, it will have some of the most legendary players from this region such as Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung, Ng “YamateH and Khoo “Ohaiyo” Chong Xin. They will be joined by two players from the Philipines – Benhur “Benhur” Lawis and Ryan “Bimbo” Jay Qui.

These legends will play under the name “Brothers United,” and they will definitely be one of the most exciting teams at the upcoming qualifiers. The only thing that we don’t know yet is what will be the position distribution between the players. At first glance, Brothers United have three people that can play mid.

Even though Mushi is definitely the most influential individual player, it is unlikely that we will see him as a core player. Nowadays, the most experienced players tend to move to a support role. What’s more, Mushi gained a lot of experience at Keen Gaming, where he played as a support. After he stopped playing for the Chinese, he took the role of a coach for Mineski during TI 9.


YamateH & Ohayio

The old-school DotA player is probably the most exciting name here. Those of you who’ve been playing the game for a long, long time definitely remember YamateH as one of the best mid laners in Dota 2. He played for the best teams in the world back then and won numerous awards. However, once Dota 2 came out, it just seems like the was unable to adapt. From one of the best players in the world, he quickly sank into the tier 2 scene.

As for Ohayio, the ex-Fnatic player is widely considered as one of the best offlaners in the world. He used to play with Mushi before which means that they have excellent synergy between each other.

Brothers United roster from 1 to 5:

  • Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung
  • Ng “YamateH” Wei Poong
  • Khoo “Ohayio” Chong Xin
  • Benhur “Benhur” Lawis
  • Ryan “Bombo” Jai Qui

Be sure to catch the new teams in action next week, starting on the 28th of November. It will be fascinating to see if they have what it takes to earn their spot at the Major.

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Dota 2: Mushi & Yamateh to play together
Zlosterr has been a fan of esports for many years and mainly focuses on Dota 2. He has more than five years of experience writing Dota 2 content for numerous platforms. Besides being a passionate fan of the game, he's also played for various amateur teams.