NVIDIA announced that Chinese esports team TYLOO, one of the premier Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) in the world, has been added to the GeForce esports roster of teams.
One of the top CS:GO teams in Asia, TYLOO won 16 CS:GO tournaments in 2016 and was the champion of The China Cup in 2017. TYLOO has a strong following with team live streams averaging over 1 million views.
As a member of the GeForce esports roster, TYLOO will be equipped with award-winning GeForce 10 Series GPUs and other hardware, will have priority status for scheduling boot camp in NVIDIA Esports Studios, and will receive technical and logistical support from NVIDIA. Our goal is to ensure that TYLOO has all the tools and support to win.
Formed in 2007, TYLOO team members include Hui “DD” Wu, Ke “Mo” Liu, HaoWen “somebody” Xu, Hansel “BnTeT” Ferdinand and Kevin “Xccurate” Susanto, the newest TYLOO member from Indonesia.
The esports scene is definitely heating up, with acquisitions and tournament announcement plenty. On Indian shores ESL announced the ESL Premiership 2018 with a 1 Crore INR cash prize pool, while teams such as Signify have been beefing up their own rosters.
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