In this week’s In Case You Missed It:

  • The state of the Dota 2 post-TI roster shuffle so far.
  • A new Apex Legends trailer reveals more about Wraith.
  • Moonton is selling tickets for Mobile Legends’s World Championship now.
  • And Chikurin wins his second Tekken Master tournament at Summer Jam 13.

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Dota 2’s post-TI roster shuffle

It’s been a crazy week of player shuffles in the Dota 2 scene. Russian powerhouse made a big move, dropping offlaner Pavel “9pasha” Khvastunov who will be joining regional rivals Na’Vi. Malaysian veteran Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung returns to China, this time as the Position 5 role at Keen Gaming.

Meanwhile, Southeast Asian squad Fnatic has dropped its mid-laner Abed “Abed” Yusop and former coach and player Kim “DuBu” Doo-young. In return, the team picked up promising talent Nuengnara “23savage” Teeramahanon and veteran Kam “Moon” Boon Seng for the next DPC season.

Lastly, Chinese mid-lane star Song “Sccc” Chun is joining Team Aster, having been with Newbee the last four years.

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New Apex Legends trailer reveals more about Wraith

Apex Legend’s reality-warping Wraith gets her backstory explored in a new trailer from developer Respawn Entertainment.

The trailer shows Wraith on a covert mission inside the lairs of the Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation when she bumps into someone that needs help: herself.

Promo illustration for a Mobile Legends event Credit: Moonton

Moonton is now selling tickets for the MLBB World Championship 2019

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship (M1 2019) is taking place in November in Kuala Lumpur and you’ll want to get tickets fast before they sell out.

The tournament will be selling one-day and three-day passes, with different tiers containing more benefits. The three-day pass features an exclusive gold-tier ticket, giving you a better seat at the event and an exclusive goodie bag. As for ticket prices, you can purchase a three-day gold ticket for MYR110 (US$26).

M1 2019 will host 16 teams from across 13 regions, all competing for a slice of the US$250,000 prize pool.

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Chikurin wins his second Tekken Master tournament at Summer Jam 13

Summer Jam 13, despite being on American soil, featured an all-Japan Grand Final. Yuta “Chikurin” Take took first place with an undefeated run, but Shoji “Double” Takakubo was a strong and worthy opponent that kept the THY player on his feet.

In the Grand Finals, Chikurin went with his usual choice of Geese Howard while Double stuck with his main character of Marshall Law.

In the end it all came down to the fifth game’s last round, with Chikurin distancing himself once he got a significant health advantage. With Double trying to rush him down for some damage, Chikurin executed one last Reppuken to the dashing Law to secure his well-earned victory.