Team Underminer




    Team Underminer was formed in October 2014 to nurture new talent cropping up in the Malaysian Dota 2 scene as well as creating a truly professional esports team in the country.
    The team's members was recruited by the team's founder,(IGN: Underminer).

    We seek to be a long term success in terms of building a competitive legacy in the esports scene

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      Vici claims Starladder Season 12

      Vici claims Starladder Season 12

      China has once again asserted its dominance in the Dota 2 competitive circuit after one of its top teams, Vici Gaming (VG) clinched the Starladder Season 12 championship, edging out fellow Chinese rivals Invictus Gaming (iG) 3-1 in the Grand Final held in Bucharest, Romania last weekend. Despite facing stiff competition from the top teams from around the world, VG was undeterred and won all their matches in seemingly convincing fashion. Through their victory, VG and their Singaporean offlaner iceiceice walks away with the grand prize of USD$67,500, while iG took home USD$30,000 in second place. The biggest shock of the tournament came after Team Malaysia, under the leadership of Malaysian veteran Mushi (Chai Yee Fung), managed to defeat top-seeded squad Team Secret 2-1 in the first round, knocking the star-studded  …

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      My right click is better than your right click

      My right click is better than your right click

      When commanded to “farm faster”, Tofuboi provided this immortal retort: “What do you want me to do, tell the creeps to give me more gold?” Because that’s what most computer games are – math hiding behind pretty pictures. And the thing about math is that no matter how hard you try, 2 + 2 is always 4. [1] But as statisticians know, the math matters much less than the presentation. Numbers don’t lie, but humans are so notoriously bad with numbers, we get fooled anyway.   It used to be about precision. About who could click more accurately in a swifter manner. The first truly competitive computer games were much like sports – mental prowess was helpful, but the skill-cap  …

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      Team Malaysia on a roll

      Team Malaysia on a roll

      Malaysian Dota 2 squad Team Malaysia may have lost their sponsor ship with EHOME, but that has not stopped them from becoming the strongest team in Southeast Asia. Despite their failure to sign a deal with a major sponsor, Team Malaysia has managed to defeat all the top teams in the region, winning several major tournaments in their wake. Since the end of March, the team, led by Mushi (Chai Yee Fung) has won the numerous competitions, including the Corsair Gaming Arena, and the Gigabye Esport Tournament SEA Cup. They have also qualified for the Starladder 12 LAN Finals in Bucharest, Romania, where they will be competing for US$80,000 at the end of this month. Team Malaysia is also one of four teams to have  …

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