Fnatic charity initiative benefits local children. In the spirit of giving, Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung, Chong “Ohaiyo” Xin Khoo, Lee “kYxY” Kong Yang, Fadil “Kecik Imba” Bin Mohd Raziff and Siong Tait “JoHnNy” Lee had decided to donate a portion of their tournament winnings to the community. Just recently, Fnatic made good on their intention, giving to the children of a local home in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Members of Fnatic had decided when the team was first formed to contribute back to the community from tournament winnings.
Mushi shared the team’s initiative on his Facebook page, earlier today, bringing their commitment to the public.
After we formed Team Fnatic, we had discussed and came out with an agreement that we will donate an amount of our tournament money to the charity. This amount of money is donated by Ohaiyo Kecik Imba Kyxy Johnny Lee and me. Although not much but we hope that we could help the childrens to have a better environment and education. No matter where I am, in Malaysia or other country, I will keep doing this in the future.
– Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung
Fnatic’s manager Eric “ReiNNNN” Khor told DotaBlast that the plan was devised by the former Fnatic lineup, including Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung, Chong “Ohaiyo” Xin Khoo, Lee “kYxY” Kong Yang, Fadil “Kecik Imba” Bin Mohd Raziff, and Siong Tait “JoHnNy” Lee. The team had agreed to contribute 5% of their tournament winnings to local charities.
That doesn’t include the additional good deeds the players are doing. This weekend, they are taking the children from Rumah-Sayangan to the movies to see Disney-Pixar’s new release, “The Good Dinosaur”.
ReiNNNN confirmed that the current roster has also agreed to follow suit and continue with the example set.
Fnatic charity initiative recipients: Rumah-Sayangan
Rumah-Sayangan is a home for children that are underpriviledged, abused, abandoned and orphaned. Starting operation in 1989, their goal is to enhance the children’s well being, education and future.
More than 99 children have been served through the organization with the majority of them being reconciled with loved ones or next-of-kin.
Currently, the local home hosts 18 children between the ages of 6-20 years old. The organization is also providing eight families with monthly food provisions.
If you wish to contribute, get in touch with Rumah Sayangan through the Charis Christian Centre, via phone or email: 03 – 9130 3687; email@example.com
Although Fnatic’s revamped post-TI5 roster attended, ESL One New York, Nanyang Championships LAN and The Frankfurt Major. Just prior to the first Major, Fnatic made another role switch recently, putting Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung back to the support role. The team has been struggling to find their groove in the LANS.
In a recent interview, Chong Xin “Ohaiyo” Khoo confirmed that Fnatic would not undergo roster changes for the Shanghai Major rosters registration.
The coach, Ahmad Syazwan “ADTR” bin Anuar, stepped in to fill Black^’s place.
Fnatic current roster:
Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung
Chong “Ohaiyo” Xin Khoo
Djardel “Chrissy” Mampusti
Wai Pern “Net” Lim
Ahmad Syazwan “ADTR” bin Anuar