lenge is his tendency to overthink which results in him underperforming.
To overcome this, he takes time to analyse his opponents to find a weak spot for him to take advantage of.
eSports is a growing industry here but Fenrir is in it to not only be accepted by his peers but also to be the best Fifa player.
“I see a lot of potential among gamers here and with support and incentives, Malaysia will be one the best countries in the eSports scene,” said Fenrir.
For those of you who are looking to make your mark in the eSports scene, especially Fifa, Fenrir has this advice: “It’s okay to lose. We tend to do anything to win, which is good, but sometimes, it doesn’t help us improve. If we lose, we can take it as a learning experience and improve ourselves.
“Enjoy the game because if you don’t, what’s the point?”
Fenrir as runner-up for the Malaysia Cyber Games competition. Fenrir with his friends in one of the tournaments.