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TYLOO Defeat ViCi to Claim ESL Pro League Season 12 – Asia Title

Two of the strongest CS:GO teams in Asia were up against each other once again in the grand final of ESL Pro League Season 12 – Asia, and for the fifth time in a row TYLOO successfully defeated ViCi Gaming in the grand finale of a CS:GO tournament to be crowned as the champions in Asia.

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TYLOO Win ESL Pro League Season 12 – Asia

Once again TYLOO has reigned supreme, this time as the champions of the ESL Pro League Season 12. The Chinese giants defeated ViCi yet again in the finale of a tournament as the age-old rivalry seems to be fizzling away slowly due to the latter desperately failing to secure a victory in five back-to-back grand final matches.

TYLOO did not have it too easy this time though as every series saw them drop at least one map. The best part was the two consecutive defeats it handed ViCi which must have been quite frustrating for them.

Already having booked a one map advantage in the finals TYLOO went on to drop their first game on Train but came back hard to hit ViCi on both Mirage and Vertigo, stealing the series away from them after they had managed to level the difference early on in the match.

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YuanZhang ‘Attacker’ Sheng led TYLOO from the front on the back of his impressive 83-50 performance along with a mind-blowing ADR of over a 100. He was the third-best player of the tournament having attained an overall rating of 1.18 across 9 maps.

The victory sees TYLOO return to its winning ways after a surprise early exit from WDNMD Asia Invitational 2020 where they dropped a series against Lynn Vision Gaming. Before that, they were on a four-tournament win streak which includes ESL One Cologne, DreamHack Open Summer, PLA – Summer, and China’s first LAN CS:GO tournament since the lockdown CS:GO_ProHouse Wuxi Villa Cup.

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