Making his competitive debut in late 2013 with the North American stack Take Five; Mason found minimal success. It wasn't until March of 2014 when he first burst onto the scene in a big way - playing as the stand-in for Fear of Evil Geniuses he helped EG to a online tournament win at MLG T.K.O.. Still filling in for Fear, he accompanied Evil Geniuses to The International 2014 and helped carry them to a 3rd place finish. After Fear’s return to Evil Geniuses, the talented carry player found himself on a temporary hiatus while waiting for the right opportunity. Now three years later this accomplished star wishes to bring Digital Chaos to even bigger heights.
Abed Azel L. Yusop
Abed started playing Dota 2 in 2014 and quickly made a name for himself as the then 14 year old rose up the MMR leaderboards and into the professional scene. After some short lived appearances with various squads Abed came into his own when he joined Execration in 2016. It was here he showed promise as a premier talent as he led Execration to The International 2016. Despite being eliminated in the wildcard stages, Abed's 18-0 performance on his signature Meepo in an upset victory over Complexity Gaming was enough to earn the attention of some of the game’s biggest names. Now the 9K solo mid player from the Philippines hopes make the most of his chance on Digital Chaos.
The newest member of the team, 9K Korean superstar Forev is one of the original faces of Korean Dota. First joining MVP Phoenix in 2013 his career started off slow, but after several years of hard work and a burning passion to improve he finally started to get the results he deserved. The 2016 calendar year was good to Forev as it included a 4th place finish at the Shanghai Major, and top 6 finishes at the Manila Major and The International. Clearly Forev had bigger aspirations as he decided to leave MVP Phoenix. After a short lived stint with Team Secret that brought with it some shaky results he made the decision to rejoin forces with Dubu and help bring Digital Chaos to the pinnacle of the Dota world.
A long time staple in the competitive Dota scene Bulba will be forever remembered for taking down LGD Gaming at The International 2013 on his legendary Clockwork. The words “Sylar to fall, Liquid are doing it” are eternally etched into dota history and with them Bulba’s Clockwork. His career in the competitive Dota scene dates back to 2012 and it would be near impossible to find a top professional who has not shared a jersey with the DC captain. Whether it is in the offlane or on support he has found success everywhere he has played, but he is forever searching for that next defining moment. With Digital Chaos he hopes to lead his team to glory and redefine his legacy.
It was a steady rise to prominence for the South Korean support player Dubu. Starting in 2015 Dubu began leading MVP HOT6ix to some respectable results. After nearly a year of mediocrity Dubu and his offlane friend Forev made the move to MVP Phoenix where they achieved success on the global stage. With Dubu leading the team, MVP Phoenix was able to secure a top 4 finish at the Shanghai Major, and a top 6 finish at both the Manila Major and International 2016. The presence of Korean Dota might not be where it is today if not for Dubu, and he hopes to bring that same passion and success with him to Digital Chaos.