Paper Rex, one of the SEA VALUING teams qualified for the VCT Masters Berlin, may have to line up a replacement for Khalish “d4v41” Rusyaidee as he said he has not yet been cleared to leave Malaysia.
The 22-year-old made his issue publicized on social media today in the hope that he would reach the “right fit”, explaining that every Malaysian citizen needs a ticket to leave the country. “My ticket has not been approved,” he said on Twitter. “I need your help to spread this.”
Paper Rex qualified for the VCT Masters Berlin when he finished second in the SEA VCT: Stage Three Challengers Playoffs, a competition designed for the South East Asia region. They remained undefeated for most of the tournament, beating CBT Gaming, BOOM Esports and Bren Esports in the top bracket before losing to the latter in the competition’s grand final.
D4v41 played an important role in Paper Rex’s successful campaign, averaging 220.3 ACS, 1.22 K / D and 141.3 ADR throughout the tournament, according to stats from VLR.gg. He was their third best player, statistically speaking, just behind Jason “f0rsakeN” Susanto and Benedict “Benkai” Tan.
With the VCT Masters Berlin starting in 16 days, there isn’t much time left to get his travel pass as teams preferably want to be in Germany as soon as they can to play some scrims and prepare for the international LAN. . Paper Rex has yet to comment on the issue, but the organization will most likely provide an update in the near future.
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