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September 24, 2014

Quick Coverage on Mushi & Gigabyte Fan Meeting Event @Viewnet Low Yat Plaza



Gigabyte has been really active in organizing events since the past few months and this time, we're here at Low Yat Plaza again for another event from Gigabyte - it's Mushi & Gigabyte Fan Meeting Event!


Seeing the big crowd upon our arrival, we're sure that there's a lot of Dota 2 fans gathered here to get the chance to meet their favorite star player, Mushi.


People lining up to get themselves registered as early birds for the goody bag.


Tons of goody bag to giveaway... and it's in purple! 


Roll up posters of Gigabyte G1 Gaming motherboard, have you checked out our review on the Gigabyte Z97X-Gaming G1 WIFI-BK?


More special guests of the event, renown public figures in the Dota 2 scene: David Zhang "Luminous" and Sing Chi "dpmlicious".


Vahn Hew from Vector as the emcee as usual with Mushi next to him.



Another special guest appeared during the event: Ohaiyo from Team Titan



The one-on-one challenge mini competition where the fans takes on Mushi to test their skills.


Gaming peripherals used on the event are sponsored by SteelSeries Malaysia.



How many of the peripherals can you recognize?




Sexy looking Siberia V2 Purple.



Aside of the fans that attended the event, Ohaiyo gave the event a boost as he takes on Mushi to the one-on-one challenge.


Mushi signing for the fans.




Mushi of Pain? An awesome piece of work from a fan, imagine the amount of effort he put into this.




And of course, the giveaway of the freebies and prizes for the fans! Too bad we didn't get ourselves one.


Fans taking photos with Luminous, you don't get to meet him everyday!



Got his tee signed by Luminous and dpmlicious! 



The eSports scene is radically moving forward around the globe but we're still a little far behind compared to other countries. Gigabyte did a great job in organizing this fan meeting event as to show the local community who are skeptical towards gamers and think it's a waste of time - the world has changed and gaming is now a profession, as proven by Mushi himself who earned his international renown on the international eSports scene.

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