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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.

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