TYLOO Begins Practicing From Bootcamp In Europe

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TYLOO Begins Training in Europe for IEM Winter, Shares First Look of Bootcamp

The top Asian CS:GO team has started its bootcamp in Europe.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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TYLOO has started training in Serbia, Europe for the upcoming LAN tournament IEM Winter 2021.
The Chinese organization shared the first look of their European bootcamp where they will be practicing until the tournament.
This is not the first time that the team is hosting a bootcamp outside China, they had relocated to Ukraine for a month in 2020.

The best CS:GO team from Asia, TYLOO, has started its training in Europe for the upcoming IEM Winter 2021 scheduled to take place from 2nd to 12th December 2021 somewhere in Sweden. The team is hosting a long bootcamp in Serbia and a first look shared by the organization shows a glimpse of all the players practicing along with their coach.

Just a week after their elimination from the PGL Major Stockholm 2021, where they put on quite the fight against Movistar Riders in their elimination match, TYLOO has already started preparing for their next LAN tournament.

With more than a month to practice and hone their skills against tougher oppositions in Europe, the Chinese team is determined to give it their all at the upcoming IEM Winter 2021.

TYLOO shares a first look of their training camp in Serbia

As stated by TYLOO's talented marksmen Zhenghao "⁠DANK1NG⁠" Lv and their manager Hu "CruSad3" SiLe in a post-match interview with HLTV, the Chinese side was planning on extending their stay in Europe and then actually went forward and did it.

TYLOO has set up a bootcamp in Serbia where they will be training for IEM Winter 2021 scheduled to take place in December next month.

Following their Challengers Stage exit from the PGL Major Stockholm 2021, DANK1NG expressed that he was not pleased with the team's overall performance and had higher expectations.

Before we came to Europe our goal was to qualify for the next stage and hopefully go even further, but when we came here and after a few days of practice we realized there's definitely a gap between us and European teams. Especially with some of the CIS teams, we felt like even during practice it was hard for us to keep up.
Zhenghao "⁠DANK1NG⁠" Lv - Interview with HLTV

DANK1NG had expressed at the time that some of the players might have to reapply for the visas. With the team now practicing together it seems they were able to overcome that hurdle and obtain the required permits.

This is not the first time that TYLOO has moved out of Asia to practice. As per CruSad3, in January 2020 the team had rented a house in Ukraine to bootcamp but due to the pandemic they were forced to give up on all that and return to China.

TYLOO have undergone training for more than a month in the European region, it will be interesting to see how it performs at the IEM Winter 2021.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer 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.