Esports Academy By Mushi Partners With Kechara Soup Kitchen In Providing COVID-19 Support
Esports Academy by Mushi is a Dota 2 clinic led none other than internationally aclaimed Dota 2 player and now coach, Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung. They’ve recently announced that they are partnering up with Kechara Soup Kitchen to help feed the homeless.
Esports Academy by Mushi x Kechara Soup Kitchen
In case you didn’t know, Kechara Soup Kitchen is a non-religious, non-partisan society that does not discriminate against race, religion or creed with the vision towards a nation of less homelessness, hunger, poverty, food wastage, and better lives.
From now till the 1st of September, gamers can sign up for the opportunity to be guided by Mushi himself while also contributing to Kechara Soup Kitchen. A total of 90 gamers will be given this exclusive chance for free, although they are highly encouraged to donate to help make the donation drive a success.
Mushi wil be sharing his in-depth knowledge and point-of-view of all five roles in Dota 2, through selected replays in the classes. There will be six virtual classes held on Discord, after which participants will get to play against each other in friendly matches. The six classes are scheduled between 6th September to 23rd September, with the friendly matches set for 24th to 25th September 2021.
HusKKiee will be shoutcasting the matches with Mushi as the analyst to offer his insight into the game play. Winners of the friendly matches will walk away with prizes sponsored by Cooler Master, XPG and ZOTAC Gaming.
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Pokdepinion: It’s not every day that you get a chance like this and get to be coached by a professional. It’s for a good cause as well.