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Mike ‘miCKe’ Wu (some sources give Nguyen’s surname) is a Vietnamese-born professional Dota 2 player from Sweden, able to play as a carry or a midlaner.

miCKe started his esports career in Heroes of Newerth (HoN), where he was one of the best players. He often became the subject of highlight videos and teamed up with future Dota 2 pro players such as Andreas ‘Xibbe’ Ragnemalm, Samuel ‘Boxi’ Swan and Ayden ‘iNSaNiA’ Sarkoi.

In 2015, miCKe moved to Dota 2. In 2016, he took part in professional tournaments with the Swedish team TEAM DOGE. In the same year, he helped Jonathan ‘Loda’ Berg’s team to qualify for the Swedish selection for the WESG 2016 Europe & CIS Finals, but Linus ‘Limmp’ Blomdin took his place in the next stage.

miCKe achieved his first successes and prizes while playing for the Solidudes stack. The first professional team in Mike’s career was Prodota Gaming. In 2017, he became a temporary player for Ninjas in Pajamas and played with Loda at The International 2017 qualifier.

In November 2017, miCKe left Tuho to join Alliance. As a member of the Swedish team, he took part in many high-class tournaments and won the DOTA Summit 10, and also took second place at StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 2.

In 2019, miCKe signed a contract with Team Liquid. Under the new tag, he often placed in top tournaments and won ESL One Germany 2020 with his teammates.

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Malik is a Kazakh offlaner in Dota 2. His signature heroes are Brewmaster and Doom.

Malik started his career in esports in the spring of 2018. Playing in various «mixes», he was able to win a bronze medal at the Taurora Invitational 2 and gold at the Esports Open Cup. At that time, Malik was noticed by Se7en Esports, who invited him to their roster in early 2019.

In the new team, Abdimalik won gold at Burabay Cyber ​​Cup 2019 and bronze at the European qualification of World Cyber ​​Games 2019. In September 2019, Malik left the organization, continuing to play as a substitute in various teams. Our hero helped CyberDogs win the DreamHack Weekly Grand Finals, and in December 2019 he received an invitation from EXTREMUM. As part of the new club, Malik won the Kyivstar Autumn Cup, took silver at the SIGUL Pro League, as well as bronze at the Epic Challenger League Season 1. At the same time, Abdimalik played for Team Spirit at OGA Dota PIT 2020 Online: EU/CIS (9th-10th place) , for Omegalil at OMEGA League: Europe Divine Division (7-8), for KHAN at BTS Pro Series Season 3: Europe/CIS (4th place) and for AS Monaco Gambit at EPIC League Division 2 (bronze).

In the new DPC season in 2021, Malik began to play in the Solo NoTechies team. They finished last at ESL One CIS Online Season 1: Upper Division and were relegated to the Lower Division. Abdimalik continued his performances in the regional leagues, representing the Into the Breach team. Malik helped the team finish fifth in the DreamLeague Season 15 DPC Western Europe — Lower Division. At the qualifications for The International 2021, the team took 7-8th place. After the qualifiers, Malik became a free agent and played as a substitute in various Kazakh teams. That all changed when Malik joined the PuckChamp roster ahead of the start of the new 2021-2022 DPC season.

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