TNC Predator recently revealed the signing of a new coach for their journey to The International 10 through the regional qualifiers.
Chai "Mushi" Yee Fung is a legend of DOTA 2 who has been playing professionally since 2011. However, joining TNC Predator is the first time that Mushi has stepped into the role of a coach.
Having played for teams like EHOME, Fnatic, Mineski, and several others, it is safe to say that Mushi has a lot to offer as the coach of TNC Predator.
Mushi joins TNC Predator
Mushi has always been regarded as one of the best DOTA 2 players from the Southeast Asian region. Having said that, it will be interesting to see how the player impacts the gameplay of TNC Predator.
TNC Predator's last major achievement was in 2019 when the team managed to win the MDL Chengdu Major over teams like Alliance, Evil Geniuses, Team Liquid, Vici Gaming, and several other heavyweights.
Nevertheless, the team has found itself in a spot of bother heading into TI10. Having failed to qualify for the biggest DOTA 2 Championship via the regular DPC seasons, TNC Predator has to go through the regional qualifiers to secure their spot at TI.
Considering these factors, having Mushi as a coach will definitely help the team perform better. Apart from Mushi's in-depth understanding of the game, his experience in DOTA 2 esports for almost a decade will definitely enhance TNC Predator's performance in the upcoming regional qualifiers.
Here's the final roster of TNC Predator that is going to feature in the regional qualifiers of TI10:
- Kim "Gabbi" Villafuerte - Carry
- Armel "Armel" Paul Tabos - Mid Laner
- Jun "Bok" Kanehara - Off Laner
- Timothy "Tims" Randrup - Roaming Support
- Marvin "Boomy" Rushton - Hard Support
- Chai "Mushi" Yee Fung - Coach