fy Fails To Qualify For The Chinese National Dota 2 Team

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fy Fails To Qualify For The Chinese National Dota 2 Team

Azure Ray star Xu “fy” Linsen, often hailed as the best Rubick specialist in the world, could not qualify for the Chinese national Dota 2 team that will represent the Land of Dragons in the Asian Games 2023

Xu “fy” Linsen, a highly accomplished player with four Tier 1 medals and the current captain of Azure Ray in the DPC CN Division 1, recently disclosed that he could not secure a spot on the Chinese national Dota 2 team. This team is set to represent China in the Dota 2 discipline at the Asian Summer Games in 2023.

The ex-PSG.LGD talisman clarified that players were required to showcase their communication abilities during the evaluation process, which he admitted he struggled with. fy also revealed that  Hu “Kaka” Liangzhi, who won the ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021 with Invictus Gaming and currently represents Xtreme Gaming, ) failed to progress beyond the initial interview stage.

The 19th Asian Games, taking place in the Chinese city of Hangzhou, will feature esports as medal events for the first time. Originally scheduled for the previous year, the event was postponed due to a significant increase in COVID-19 cases in China. From September 23 to October 8, 2023, participants will take part in 40 disciplines, including prominent esports titles.

The Asian Games will showcase a total of seven games as medal events, including FIFA (created by EA SPORTS), a customized edition of PUBG Mobile, and Arena of Valor for the tournament, along with Dota 2, League of Legends, Dream Three Kingdoms 2, HearthStone, and Street Fighter V.

The continental showpiece in Hangzhou, China in 2022 will witness esports athletes vying for gold, silver, and bronze medals in each title, amounting to a grand total of 24 medals that can be won.

At the 2018 Asian Games, esports was included as a demonstration event, and as a result, the medals won by participants did not factor into the overall medal count.

fy Fails To Qualify For The Chinese National Dota 2 Team
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