ChYuan switches roles to join Fnatic
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Former Aster mid lane player Ng Kee "ChYuan" Chyuan replaces Natthaphon "Masaros" Ouanphakdee in Fnatic's offlane for the second season of Dota Pro Circuit Regional Leagues.
Right after their early exit from ONE Esports Singapore Major, Fnatic moved Masaros to inactive position and began searching for a new member. Their latest addition is the Malaysian midlanner ChYuan, who through the previous season, got to play in the Southeast Asia lower division with the ZeroTwo stack.
Prior to joining ZeroTwo for Season 1 of DPC Leagues, ChYuan played via Chinese region with Team Aster. His three-year stint with Aster came to an end mid-2020, during the pandemic when the travel restrictions made it impossible for him to join his teammates in China.
Throughout most of his professional career, ChYuan played in the mid lane, except for a brief period with WarriorsGaming.Unity in 2017, when he played in the carry position.
Fnatic will mark the first team where he will approach the game from the offlane and the fans don't have to wait for too much before all teams return to action. The second season of DPC Leagues is set to begin this coming Tuesday, April 13 and Fnatic will once again fight for a ticket to the Major via SEA Upper Division.