One of the best SEA Dota 2 players of all time, chosen by the community as the de facto MVP of The International 2013, and one of the best middle lane players in the world. Mushi recently joined Fnatic on the quest for the TI championship and the continuation of the excellence that the team had since its inception. Known for his dominating and aggressive mid kills, and famed as the most mechanical Dota 2 player, he is very versatile when it comes to picks and heroes. However, Mushi is still mostly known for being a lethal Shadow Fiend and Queen of Pain player.
Blessed with incredible map awareness, our newest offlane player Ohaiyo is the unheralded playmaker of the bunch. Although once recognized as one of the best offlaners, after showcasing his skills at The International 2013, he comes with a world of talent, eager to prove that he once again belongs among the world's elite. Known for his aggressive play style that more often than not pays dividends, his violent approach is set to create many exciting moments for Fnatic fans in the future.
There is no other adjective that can be better suited for Net other than “virtuoso support”. He has played support at the highest level for so long, that he has pushed beyond the boundaries of impact that one can have in the game at that position. Known for being aggressive, without ever losing a smidgen of purpose and accuracy, Net’s primary focus is mobility and utility. While playing a rather atypical style of support, his Sand King ventures amassed respect across the pro scene. Although the “new face” on the Fnatic Dota squad, he is no stranger to Mushi and his commands. The two have played on multiple teams together, most notably reaching stardom on the biggest stages such as placing 3rd at TI3 as Team Orange.
Although not as well known to the public as his teammates, DJ quickly endeared himself to the Fnatic fans with his impeccable offlane plays. He definitely shook some grounds with Earthshaker, becoming an unpredictable menace to his opponents and providing nothing but excitement to watch. With little time to prepare for Beyond The Summit, his first tournament in Fnatic colours, DJ showed substantial composure and confidence, proving that he has the ability to deal with any sort of pressure, despite playing next to the legends of the game.
MidOne or formerly known as Miduan is a Malaysian pub player with dreams to become a professional gamer for a long time now. In order to be noticed, he climbed the SEA MMR leaderboard in an alarming rate and was noticed for his extreme versatility and skills. Now in Fnatic, he hopes that his new outlook on the game will be able to bring the team some sort of change.