Malaysian player part of team winning over RM21mil at The International 10


Cheng’s career high for kills in a single professional game stands at 21, according to website liquipedia.net. — YouTube screengrab

PETALING JAYA: A 20-year-old Malaysian is part of the team that won second place in The International 10 Defense of the Ancients (Dota 2) tournament, clinching US$5,202,400 (RM21.7mil) in prize money.

Cheng Jin Xiang plays as NothingToSay for China-based PSG.LGD, which lost to Moscow-based Team Spirit in the tournament that was held on Oct 17 in Romania.

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