Seon-Ho “xeta” Son and WingHei “Freeman” Cheung have been removed from the active roster of TYLOO’s CS:GO team with immediate effect, the Chinese esports organisation announced on Tuesday.
OG and TYLOO will meet on the battlefield for the first time this Friday in the second fixture of Group C at ESL Pro League Season 11 Europe.
One of the most anticipated CS:GO events of the year is upon us, as 16 of the best teams travel to Katowice, Poland, to face off in the Intel Extreme Masters Season XIV – World Championship.
Gen.G are reportedly looking to sign TYLOO’s Hansel “BnTeT” Ferdinand as the fifth and final member of their all-new CS:GO esports roster.
The first day of the CS:GO Asia Minor Championship saw Grayhound and TYLOO confirmed as the first two teams to reach the playoffs, which will begin on Friday, July 26.
TYLOO have added WingHei “Freeman” Cheung and Zhenghao “Danking” Lv to their CS:GO roster in a bid to bolster their chances at the Chinese closed qualifiers for the Asia Minor Championship.
TYLOO will be one of the 16 teams competing for the $250k grand prize at the ESL Pro League Season 9: Finals, which will take place between June 18 and June 23 in Montpellier, France.
Ukrainian CS:GO coach, Ivan “Johnta” Shevtsov, has announced his resignation from TYLOO after a short stint in the position, enjoying relative success since January.
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