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Tyloo Wins Perfect World Asia League Summer 2020 to Lead Asia RMR

Aditya Singh Rawat
19/Jul/2020 09:42 pm
  • Tyloo defeat Invictus Gaming to win the PAL Summer 2020.
  • The victory awarded the team with $25,000 and 2000 RMR points.
  • Tyloo is currently leading the Asian RMR rankings with a total of 3500 points.

The Chinese giants Tyloo are back to winning ways as they took down Invictus Gaming in the finals of Perfect World Asia League Summer 2020 earlier today to win $25,000 along with the more crucial 2000 RMR points. It was not easy sailing for the Chinese teams as they faced tough resistance from the opposition before attaining victory in the decider map.

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Tyloo Wins Perfect World Asia League Summer 2020

The second Major qualifier which started last month on 24th June has finally come to an end with Tyloo walking away as the champions. The Chinese organization after losing to the Mongolian lineup of Tiger in the finals of ESL One: Road to Rio - Asia last time around, has improved their performance and shown that they are still the best in Asia.

After a near-perfect group stage at PAL Summer 2020, Tyloo were already looking quite dominant as they continued to deliver strong performances throughout the playoffs as well. Invictus Gaming who were the only team to have defeated them in the group stage were looking quite determined to rack up some points after missing out on the previous qualifier, but despite fantastic individual performances from the trio of Peng 'xiaosaGe' Song, PeiQi “flying” Song, and JiaMing “DeStRoYeR” Gu, Invictus failed to achieve victory over Tyloo.

Outstanding performance by the core of Invictus GamingOutstanding performance by the core of Invictus GamingWith this victory, Tyloo raced to the top spot on the Regional Major Rankings: Rio Major 2020 - Asia. With a total of 3500 points under their belt, they now need a minimum of a third-place finish in the Fall Major qualifier tournament without any roster changes to qualify for the Major. The biggest team to have been affected is Tiger who has dropped from the top of the leaderboard to now standing in the third-place.

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The Mongolian roster who many believed to be the strongest CS:GO team in Asia just a month back seem to have spoken too soon as Tiger had an overall disappointing run through this tournament. Which has worked well for Tyloo who has successfully restored their lost reputation on the back of multiple solid performances.

Current Asian Regional Major RankingsCurrent Asian Regional Major RankingsThe team who many a time used to be carried by Hansel “BnTeT” Ferdinand has now evolved into a more cohesive unit. Their teamwork has certainly improved and a big factor is the all Chinese lineup, which has improved the communication between the members of the team directly translating to the team showing more consistency. But it is still yet to be seen how the team performs at an international stage.

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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO editor at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.