Mineski is known to have field mostly players from the Philippines, its main region, for their main Dota 2 roster. But today marks a change with this direction as they signed former Fnatic player Mushi to take the charge of a completely new roster.
Mushi was part of Fnatic in their incredible 4th place finish in last year’s The International, but ever since that the roster struggled to find a rhythm, which led to Mushi to bow out. This marks the end of an era for Fnatic, as only Ohaiyo is left in the original roster, with the rest seeking better pastures.
The new team roster for Mineski will be revealed in the coming weeks. As for now we know that Mushi will be [...]
More football clubs keep on joining e-sports. This time its Italian football club AS Roma making the move. But interestingly, they partnered with the established e-sports organisation Fnatic for this move.
The new FIFA team of AS Roma includes Sam “Poacher” Carmody, Aman “Aman” Seddiqi, and Nicoló “Insa” Mirra with Manager Colin Johnson.
The team will represent Roma in FIFA tournaments, while Fnatic handles all the management and e-sports know-how to help these players play their best.
“With the tremendous growth of eSports and continued attention placed on games like FIFA, we’ve partnered with Fnatic, the world’s leading eSports organisation, to launch our [...]
After Dota 2’s The International wraps up every year, it’s commonplace to see major roster shifts and changes to each team. This year is no different. While achieving a fantastic performance this year at The International, Fnatic’s Dota 2 team, comprises of Malaysians and a Filipino, three of them decided to part ways.
Replacing DJ, 343 and MidOne are Demon, eyyou and Raven, all previously of TNC Gaming, that also participated in The Internationals this year but was held off by eventual runners-up Digital Chaos, who also beat Fnatic on their way there. The trio will join team captain Mushi and Ohaiyo [...]