Esports Academy run by internationally acclaimed Dota 2 player and now a coach, Chai "Mushi" Yee Fung will team up with Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK) to help feed the homeless.
Kechara Soup Kitchen has been serving marginalised communities in Malaysia for over 13 years, including the homeless, urban poor, and Orang Asli populations. In the rent years, they have been focusing on helping out the urban poor through food banks and empowerment programs.
From now until 1 September, Dota gamers can sign up for free classes guided by Mushi himself, while making donations to Kechara Soup Kitchen. The class will only be limited to 90 participants.
There will be a total of six online classes held on Discord from 6 - 23 September, during which Mushi will be sharing his knowledge and point-of-views of all five roles in Dota 2 via selected replays. After the classes, participants will engage in friendly matches on 24 & 25 September. Dota 2 shoutcaster, HusKKiee will be shoutcasting the matches along with Mushi as the games analyst. Winners will be receiving prizes sponsored by Cooler Master, XPG, and Zotac Gaming.
"We have taken the #kitajagakita movement initiated by the community as an example, and
we decided that a donation drive in partnership with Kechara Soup Kitchen to help the
homeless affected by the COVID-19 pandemic to be the best way to give back to the
community," said Mushi.