TYLOO victorious at eXTREMESLAND 2019 Asia Finals after crushing ViCi - Upcomer
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Coming into the Asian tournament, TYLOO was the obvious favorite to emerge victorious at eXTREMESLAND2019 Asia. The Chinese squad lived up to their fans’ expectations following an extremely one sided final against ViCi.

TYLOO deal swiftly with the underdogs, then crush ViCi

TYLOO did not have much trouble in getting to the final. In the group stage, the Chinese powerhouse swiftly moved onto the playoffs by dealing with with Genuine 16-7 before smashing Yalla to bits with a 16-1 scoreline.

Continuing their stride on the fantastic momentum gathered, TYLOO went into the playoffs where things got closer than everyone thought they would against the Mongolian AUGUST squad. Despite clinching a 2-0 win in a best-of-three, Train could have gone either way as TYLOO snagged the map in a close 16-14 victory.

In the semi-final, the Chinese team faced Bren, a Philippine squad. TYLOO would drop their only map in the tournament in this best-of-three matchup. Dust2 came close enough, but Bren was able to snatch the map 16-13, despite Hansel “BnTeT” Ferdinand’s efforts to turn things around. Nevertheless, TYLOO came out on top 2-1 in the end.

BnTeT proves time and time again that he is one of the most reliable players on the TYLOO roster.

The final, however, was a completely different story. ViCi, a team that has their fair share of showings on the international stage, was thought to be a worthy opponent for TYLOO. Unfortunately, things went haywire for the ViCi side. YuanZhang “Attacker” Sheng’s insane showing on Mirage caused his side to outclass their derby opponents 16-3. 23 kills and an ADR of 121.4 in 19 rounds is an extremely rare sight. The following map, Train seemed to bring some hope for ViCi as the half went in their favor, 8-7. However, TYLOO’s terrorist side proved to be unstoppable as TYLOO closed out the map 16-9 and winning the final 2-0.

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