okbet Have we heard the last of R7? A major harm to the RRQ Hoshi star just before the M4

Have you heard R7? A major harm to the RRQ Hoshi star just before the M4

To say that Rivaldi “R7” Fatah has been an integral part of RRQ Hoshi would be an understatement. The EXP laner has helped the king of kings rise to prominence as one of MPL Indonesia’s top teams since joining the squad in Season 4.

The six years he spent as a professional esports player were split between three years as a Dota 2 pro player (from 2016 to 2019) and three years in RRQ’s Mobile Legends: Bang Bang division (from 2019 onwards).

The 24-year-old said that his lengthy career as a professional esports player had taken its toll on his health, and that he was now dealing with a hand issue like so many other seasoned gamers.

Schedule constraints, according to R7, are a major cause of his chronic hand damage.


Eko “Oura” Julianto, a former EVOS Legend, revealed on a webcast that all the time he spent preparing had now caught up with him.

‘I swear my hands ache,’ he muttered. Soreness spreads up and down my arm from my thumb to my elbow:

A professional MLBB player going public with an overuse injury is not unprecedented.

In Season 9 of EVOS Legends, Gustian “REKT” announced that he was diagnosed with cubital tunnel syndrome, a neurological illness that affects the arms and hands. He gave up professional gaming to focus on his content creation career.

His old RRQ Hoshi teammate, Diky “Tuturu,” also retired in Season 6 due to hand problems.

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R7 has revealed that he is getting physical treatment to prepare for the next M4 World Championship in spite of the agony he has been experiencing.

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I can have a sports massage, but it won’t help my hands right immediately, and I can’t use it too much, he said.

From January 1-15, watch R7 and the rest of RRQ compete for Indonesia in the M4 World Championship.