November 22, 2019

Dota 2 Veterans Reunite to Form Brothers United

Malaysian Dota 2 veteran players Chai ‘Mushi’ Yee Fung, Khoo ‘Ohaiyo’ Chong Xin, and Ng ‘YamateH’ Wei Poong will compete together in the upcoming Dota Pro Circuit events.

The team will also include two Filipino players Benhur ‘Benhur’ Lawis and Ryan ‘Bimbo/Raging_Potato’ Jay Qui. The players will play under the banner of ‘Brothers United’ according to Valve’s DPC registration page.

What is Brothers United Dota 2 Roster?

  • Chai ‘Mushi’ Yee Fung
  • Khoo ‘Ohaiyo’ Chong Xin
  • Ng ‘YamateH’ Wei Poong
  • Benhur ‘Benhur’ Lawis
  • Ryan ‘Bimbo/Raging_Potato’ Jay Qui

The players registered their team on November 20, just one week before the start of the qualifiers for the upcoming Dota 2 Major. The MDL Chengdu Major is currently underway at the Chengdu Century City New International Convention & Exhibition Center in China.

The Brothers United Dota 2 roster. | Dota Pro Circuit Registration

Mushi and Yamateh share a common history as the players were a part of the TI2/TI3 Team Orange. Mushi has had the most success out of the three, and has played on several competitive Dota 2 teams. Recently, Mushi was a part of Keen Gaming’s Dota 2 roster, where he played as a support. However, during his lengthy career, Mushi has played multiple roles as a carry, off-laner, and, more recently, as a support.

Mushi and Yamateh played on Fnatic in 2017. | Mineski.net

Yamateh has been absent from Dota 2 after finding some initial success while on Team Orange. The famous SF player is a mid-laner and will most likely continue in the position.

Ohaiyo has primarily played as an off-laner on his teams and is notorious for his dark seer plays.

When Can We See ‘Brothers United’ in Action?

Brothers United has registered their Dota 2 roster in time for the upcoming qualifiers for the DreamLeague Season 13 and the WePlay! Bukovel Minor 2020. The team will most likely compete in the open qualifiers for the South-East Asia qualifiers. The open qualifiers start on Nov 28, 2019.

Written by Rohan Samal

Featured image via dotablast.com

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