Arrow Gaming have successfully obtained their visas and will attend TI4
The winners of TI4's SEA qualifier have settled their visa issues and will be attending the massive event in Seattle later in July.
This article was originally published on GameSpot's sister site onGamers.com, which was dedicated to esports coverage.
After having their initial visa application denied, Arrow Gaming received aid from both Valve and the Malaysian Minister of Youth and Sports for their second attempt earlier today which has proven to be sufficient enough to garner the players in need with the documentation needed for them to travel to the US.
This means that only CiS Game are currently facing visa issues for their upcoming trip to Seattle, as all Chinese members of the organisation were denied entry into the US on their first attempt to secure themselves a visa. The one player who wasn't affected, Dominik 'Black^' Reitmeier told onGamers their current course of action:
I don't know the reason for their denial, when I asked them they said they weren't given a reason. We contacted Valve right after and they said that they will help us with any means at their disposal. Basically we are now waiting for our documents and will then be going to the second interview.
The date for CiS' second interview is not yet known, but will hopefully yield a positive outcome.
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