Team Aster announced today that both Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung and Fu “Q” Bin have left the team.
Team Aster is a very interesting team because it originally had some very well known players in its roster. Unfortunately for the team, however, they were unable to live up to their full potential. That’s why it is no surprise that Mushi and Q decided to leave the “sinking ship”.
Chai "Mushi" Yee Fung & Fu "Q" Bin left @AsterCN. Their places will be taken by Peng “88” Jin & Weiwei “Amazons” Liu
– Dong “HMX” Jingluo;
– Peng “88” Jin;
– Lin “Xxs” Jing;
– Ye “BoBoKa” Zhibiao;
– Weiwei “Amazons” Liu pic.twitter.com/ehCFek2GiV
— StarLadder Dota 2 (@dotasltv) April 9, 2019
Mushi joined Team Aster just a few weeks after he joined Tigers, where he had to play with his former foe – Dendi. Sadly, things did not go as plan and Mushi decided to try his luck with BurNIng’s team.
Mushi and Q played at ESL One Katowice 2019 with Team Aster but despite finishing with 5 wins and 5 losses in the group stage, they got eliminated in the first round of the Lower Bracket by OG. Aster’s demise continued after that as they were just unable to qualify for any of the DPC events. This all meant that something has to be changed.
Q and Mushi will be replaced by the two young players – 88 and Amazons. They do not have that much experience on the big stage but that is not as important nowadays. Topson from OG is a pretty good example here. He had pretty much no experience and still managed to win TI.
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