Team OverviewTeam: Tyloo Winnings: $401,729.77 Tournaments: 45 Games: Defense of the Ancient 2, Counter-Strike Global Offensive TylooTeam TyLoo Gaming is a Chinese multi-gaming organization created in June 2011. With total earnings of $530,604.47, the company is one of the most successful in the region. The team is really well sponsored by some of the biggest companies such as SteelSeries, LeSports, ASUS ROG, and many more. Team Tyloo Team TyLoo absolutely dominates the entire Chinese region in terms of Counter-Strike Global Offensive. The organization also has some solid achievements in Starcraft 2 and Dota 2. The team was disqualified this year at the Intel Extreme Masters Season X Taipei due to a VAC player ban on a teammate,Quanqing “qz” Wu. Games Three of the most popular games are covered by the TyLoo organization. Counter-Strike Global Offensive is currently their main discipline, because of the great results of their CS:GO division. They are ranked as number one in Asian region and 13th in the world. Yulun “fancy1” Cai and his teammates can compete with the best European and North American teams. The Dota 2 team was invited to one of the biggest tournaments, The International, in 2011, but were eliminated early. Tyloo History In the beginning, TyLoo was one of the leading StarCraft 2 teams in China. The organization was mainly known for its 2010 lineup in DotA which was considered one of the best in the world. Over time, the Counter-Strike Global Offensive division grew in popularity and became the face of the TyLoo organization. The Chinese shooters broke the dominance of the North American and European regions. Logically, the general opinion is that the team have the potential to be in the top 10 in the world. January 9th – According to TyLoo, some of their players were in contact with other organizations while they were still under contract. Consequently, they remove AttackeR and fancy1 from the active lineup while somebody is suspended waiting for a final decision. Karsa is fired. Tyloo CS:GO RosterSummerYuLun CaisomebodyHaowen HuAttackerYuanZhang ShengBnTeTHansel FerdinandxccurateKevin Susanto GET UP TO $280 IN FREE BETS! Claim Now vsfnatic1:2vsVitality0:1vsVitality1:1 Related Articles SK Telecom T1 vs Splyce Betting Tips 2019 Antoan Vasilev | 2019-10-25Our team prepared a detailed SK Telecom T1 vs Splyce Betting tips article for you! Check out how to maximize your profit and win now!FunPlus Phoenix vs Fnatic Betting Tips 2019 Antoan Vasilev | 2019-10-19Our detailed FunPlus Phoenix vs Fnatic Betting tips article is here. Check out how to maximize your profit and win now!SK Telecom T1 vs Royal Never Give Up Betting Tips 2019 Antoan Vasilev | 2019-10-07Our detailed SK Telecom T1 vs Royal Never Give Up Betting tips article is here. Check out how to maximize your profit and win now!