TYLOO Revamp Roster With Three New Signings

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TYLOO Revamp Roster With Three New Signings

TYLOO welcome three new players and have reinstated Sun “SLOWLY” Kelun as a main team player

TYLOO have made significant changes to their lineup by recruiting three international players. The Chinese outfit brought on board Luka “⁠emi⁠” Vuković, Marin “⁠ROGA⁠” Rogić, and Tengis “⁠sk0R⁠” Batjargal to bolster the squad. They will team up with WingHei “⁠Freeman⁠” Cheung, the only remaining player of the old TYLOO starting five, and Kelun “⁠SLOWLY⁠” Sun, who is making a comeback from the bench.

TYLOO's recent acquisitions have brought about dramatic changes to their roster, resulting in a striking departure from their previous lineup. YuLun “⁠Summer⁠” Cai, YuanZhang “⁠Attacker⁠” Sheng, Zhenghao “⁠DANK1NG⁠” Lv, and 19-year-old Shengjun “⁠aristo⁠” Jin made way for the new players, which marks the team’s transition from a Chinese-speaking roster to an English-majority one. 

The CS:GO Asia Championships 2019 semifinalists’ previous roster produced disappointing results in big international events. After the pandemic, they have managed to make only one Major event, PGL Stockholm, where they exited the tournament in 12-14th place with a 1-3 record.

As Nestor “⁠LETN1⁠” Tanić completes his first year as TYLOO's head coach, the team have decided to go international. This move will reunite LETN1 with his former teammate and compatriot emi, who will take on the crucial role of in-game leader for TYLOO, strengthening the team's dynamics on the server.

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TYLOO's roster will now feature a notable Balkan influence with the inclusion of ROGA, a skilled AWPer hailing from Croatia. Having recently competed for Partizan alongside emi, ROGA's arrival adds depth and expertise to TYLOO's lineup, further diversifying their gameplay strategies.

Completing TYLOO's international starting lineup is sk0R, a former rifler from TheMongolz. Sk0R gained recognition as one of the team's top-rated shooters during his time with the Mongolian squad, previously known as IHC. His departure from TheMongolz left many fans dismayed due to his exceptional skills and contributions to the team.

TYLOO's recently acquired players have settled into the team's offices in Hangzhou, China, and are actively preparing for the upcoming ESL Challenger League Asia Relegation, set to start on June 9. 

TYLOO New Squad 

  • Luka “⁠emi⁠” Vuković (Serbia)
  • WingHei “⁠Freeman⁠” Cheung (Hong Kong)
  • Kelun “⁠SLOWLY⁠” Sun (China)
  • Marin “⁠ROGA⁠” Rogić (Croatia)
  • Tengis “⁠sk0R⁠” Batjargal (Mongolia)
  • Nestor “⁠LETN1⁠” Tanić (Serbia, coach)
  • Darko “⁠soLo⁠” Mitić (Serbia, assistant coach)
  • YuLun “⁠Summer⁠” Cai (China, benched)
  • YuanZhang “⁠Attacker⁠” Sheng (China, benched)
  • Zhenghao “⁠DANK1NG⁠” Lv (China, benched)
  • Shengjun “⁠aristo⁠” Jin (China, benched)
TYLOO Revamp Roster With Three New Signings
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