TyLoo win PGL eGG Asia Minor

[t,4863,cn,5187,7026,7028,8552,8605] defeated [t,6211,au,2555,4679,8082,8745,8771] in the PGL eGG Regional Minor Championship Asia grand final after a 2-0 series (16-13 de_train, 16-12 de_mirage).

The final day of the Minor in Malaysia, embarked with the lower bracket final in the form of MVP Project and TYLOO. The Koreans achieved ten rounds on the Terrorist side of Dust2 even though the Chinese had a head start at 3-0 after securing the pistol round.

Both teams locked horns as the match went back and forth until Hyung-Ju "Sound" Nam and the crew reached map point first at 15-13.  Unfortunately, they could not close it once again, allowing TYLOO to force the map to overtime and snatch away the victory from underneath their feet 21-16.


TyLoo survive from the lower bracket and win another Minor over the Australians 

After a 39-kill perfomance on the first map, YuLun "Summer" Cai continued his amazing form in the next map on Cobblestone, topping the scoreboard with another 29 frags. MVP Project did not put much of a fight compared to the previous map as the Chinese cruised through with a 16-7 scoreline, taking the series 2-0.

 MVP Project K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
Korea Hyun-Pyo 'XigN' LeeXigN 47 - 45 +2 79.5 1.02
Korea Hyung-Ju 'Sound' NamSound 35 - 47 -12 75.7 0.92
Korea Hae-Sung 'HSK' KimHSK 32 - 46 -14 69.7 0.85
Korea Soon-Woo 'Argency' KwonArgency 37 - 49 -12 69.5 0.83
Korea Jung-Hyeon 'rindA' JeonrindA 38 - 51 -13 62.8 0.81
 TYLOO K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
China YuLun 'Summer' CaiSummer 68 - 33 +35 110.6 1.78
China Ke 'captainMo' LiucaptainMo 46 - 43 +3 84.5 1.24
China Hui 'DD' WuDD 45 - 39 +6 74.5 1.13
China YuanZhang 'Attacker' ShengAttacker 40 - 36 +4 74.3 1.10
China HaoWen 'somebody' Xusomebody 39 - 40 -1 73.2 1.02

Climbing up the ladder, it was another clash of the titans between the two chinese teams in the consolidation final. Despite losing to VG.CyberZen the day before, TYLOO seem to have shook off that defeat with a 12-3 CT lead on Train in the first half. That was not the case as Bin "Savage" Liu's squad did the same after the swap over, claiming thirteen rounds to take the first map 16-13 and only giving up one round to the enemy.

The next map was a marathon with Cache going into quadruple overtime as VG.CyberZen failed to put an end to it with 3 match points at 15-12 initially. Both teams traded rounds after rounds involving mistakes, clutches and different plays from all sides. Eventually the 69 rounds finally came to end with TyLoo breaking through with the 36-33 win to equalize the series at 1-1.

The final map came down to Cobblestone and was neck to neck with TYLOO managing to lead with an additional round at half time. The chance of an another upset from VG.CyberZen slump down to zero as TYLOO proved to be too strong once they got their gears rolling again on the Terrorist side, taking the map 16-9 convincingly and the series.

 
 VG.CyberZen K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
China BingYuan 'tb' Litb 95 - 83 +12 84.0 1.15
China WeiJie 'zhokiNg' ZhongzhokiNg 86 - 92 -6 78.8 1.03
China Bin 'Savage' LiuSavage 91 - 99 -8 74.0 1.00
China KunHua 'LOVEYY' BaiLOVEYY 81 - 91 -10 77.1 0.99
China Zhuo 'advent' Liangadvent 57 - 84 -27 57.9 0.78
 TYLOO K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
China HaoWen 'somebody' Xusomebody 106 - 79 +27 90.5 1.31
China Ke 'captainMo' LiucaptainMo 99 - 84 +15 78.4 1.17
China Hui 'DD' WuDD 89 - 82 +7 79.1 1.13
China YuLun 'Summer' CaiSummer 73 - 87 -14 80.7 1.05
China YuanZhang 'Attacker' ShengAttacker 82 - 78 +4 65.2 0.98

After achieving one of their objectives at securing their spot at the next major qualifier, the rise of TYLOO continued in the Grand final against the Australians. Many favoured Renegades to win due to their expectation of a weaken and fatigued TYLOO who had been playing all day. That did not occur as the Chinese team's determination and persistence to win prevailed.

Despite many opportunites for Renegades to take it 2-0 their way, Justin "jks" Savage' side were punished severely on rounds they had the advantage on including 2v1 situations. After playing for roughly twelve hours straight, Captain Ke "captainMo" Liu's TYLOO earned themselves $30,000 for first place and a higher seed at the next major qualifier.

 Renegades K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
Australia Aaron 'AZR' WardAZR 40 - 45 -5 77.3 1.02
Australia Justin 'jks' Savagejks 40 - 40 0 80.4 1.02
Australia Ricardo 'Rickeh' MulhollandRickeh 43 - 38 +5 59.5 0.99
Australia Karlo 'USTILO' PivacUSTILO 33 - 41 -8 69.2 0.93
Australia Yaman 'yam' Ergenekonyam 29 - 48 -19 66.5 0.80
 TYLOO K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
China Hui 'DD' WuDD 58 - 40 +18 104.4 1.40
China YuLun 'Summer' CaiSummer 46 - 37 +9 89.3 1.24
China Ke 'captainMo' LiucaptainMo 43 - 36 +7 77.6 1.17
China YuanZhang 'Attacker' ShengAttacker 35 - 35 0 77.9 1.08
China HaoWen 'somebody' Xusomebody 30 - 37 -7 53.4 0.92

With the conclusion of the Asian Minor, here is the updated list of participants for the next major's offline qualifier:

Denmark Dignitas Sweden NiP France G2 France Envy
Europe FaZe Europe mousesports North America OpTic United States CLG
Australia Renegades China TYLOO Europe EU Minor #1 Europe EU Minor #2
United States NA Minor #1 United States NA Minor #2 CIS CIS Minor #1 CIS CIS Minor #2

PGL eGG Regional Minor Championship Asia final standings:

1. China TYLOO - $30,000 + ELEAGUE Major Offline Qualifier spot
2. Australia Renegades - $15,000 + ELEAGUE Major Offline Qualifier spot
3. China VG.CyberZen - $5,000
4. Korea MVP Project
5-6. Australia Athletico
5-6. Malaysia Fire Dragoon
7-8. Indonesia nxl
7-8. United Arab Emirates BOT

China Ke 'captainMo' Liu
Ke 'captainMo' Liu
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
747
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.12
Australia Justin 'jks' Savage
Justin 'jks' Savage
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
854
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.13
China Bin 'Savage' Liu
Bin 'Savage' Liu
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
823
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.13
China YuLun 'Summer' Cai
YuLun 'Summer' Cai
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
905
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.14
Korea Hyung-Ju 'Sound' Nam
Hyung-Ju 'Sound' Nam
Age:
23
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
150
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.16
#1
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CIS sergioff 
gg
2016-10-30 15:54
gg wp expected
2016-10-30 15:54
#72
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Russia sNQ- 
shitty system, Renegades came to grandfinal from upper bracket, lost 2:0 once and tyloo won grandfinal
2016-10-30 16:56
doesnt matter they both go to qualifier
2016-10-30 17:32
#78
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Russia sNQ- 
whats about $15k diff?
2016-10-30 17:34
rng lost to a team that played before this match, extra 2 matches on 5 maps with 183 rounds in one day, so if rng lose to a team that had a day like this, than they shouldn't have a any benefits coming from the upper bracket
2016-10-30 17:42
#85
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Russia sNQ- 
they won all matches, lol hltv.org/?pageid=215&eventid=2497
2016-10-30 20:58
shitty system, Renegades never had to play Tyloo to qualify we should've had round robin playoffs with the top 2 teams then playing the bottom 2 teams from the 4 team round robin then put in a quadruple elimination playoff bracket to truly determine the best team. edit: and b07 consolidation final
2016-10-30 17:59
#84
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Russia sNQ- 
you are so funny (not) grandfinal bo3 with default 1:0 (for RNG) would be better
2016-10-30 20:57
look man RNG's advantage for winning the upper bracket was that they didn't have to play 12 hours of CS in a row
2016-10-30 21:28
I don't understand why people always consider this a disadvantage. Playing 5 maps before RNG gives Tyloo far more practice. They aren't running consecutive marathons, they're playing a computer game and given that it's roughly 40 mins per map, it's really only 4-5 hours of gameplay. Sitting in a studio for 12 hours /= playing for 12 hours.
2016-10-31 00:37
Sitting in a studio for 12 hours is still hella tiring, plus in this case it wasn't roughly 40 minutes per map, (there was an OT map against MVP and the cache game against CZ took about 2.5 hours by itself). They got about a 30 minute break between CZen match and Renegades match, but 10 minutes of that was probably in studio before RNG match, so only about 20 minutes to stretch legs/rest. Finally, RNG gets all day to watch Tyloo and study while Tyloo has just that 20 minutes to prepare for RNG (they likely spent most of their free time yesterday preparing against CZen rather than RNG)
2016-10-31 03:28
#94
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Australia Flyntos 
RNG would not be as switched on as Tyloo tho. Playing the game against other pro teams before would really warm Tyloo up, and get their aim going. And that's what happened in the grand final. RNG had the good strats going but they won almost done of the aim duels because they hadnt warmed up as much as Tyloo.
2016-10-31 04:04
it can be argued that 6-7 hours of cs in quick succession would fatigue you and switch you off rather than on you warm up for 10-20 minutes, not 6-7 hours
2016-10-31 16:38
I don't understand that how can people consider this a advantage?
2016-10-31 05:47
And i dont understand that how can rng call the reset of pistol round after fight? Go to hug kangaroos
2016-10-31 05:50
#100
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Russia sNQ- 
lol, its not Renegades problem, that Tyloo played 12 hours of CS in a row
2016-10-31 12:04
gg
2016-10-30 15:54
1
2016-10-30 15:54
s
2016-10-30 15:54
n
2016-10-30 15:54
nice
2016-10-30 15:54
a
2016-10-30 15:54
#9
Sweden qgh 
s
2016-10-30 15:54
#10
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Bulgaria kr9ptonn 
gratz
2016-10-30 15:54
aussie cs xd lol ezskinz > renegades
2016-10-30 15:54
Wow someone really remembered that team.
2016-10-30 16:00
#56
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France Kairos1g 
doesn't everybody?
2016-10-30 16:18
i remember Kennys shitting on ezskins
2016-10-30 18:44
nice
2016-10-30 15:54
xd
2016-10-30 15:54
n14
2016-10-30 15:54
1
2016-10-30 15:54
#16
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Sweden compan 
x
2016-10-30 15:54
#17
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United Kingdom banana69 
fak im too slow feelsbadman
2016-10-30 15:54
1st
2016-10-30 15:54
Gj Tyloo
2016-10-30 15:54
EZ for tyloo
2016-10-30 15:54
#21
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United Kingdom eLoWxd 
1
2016-10-30 15:54
#24
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Sri Lanka cnsr 
ok mom
2016-10-30 15:54
China #1
2016-10-30 15:54
gj renegades
2016-10-30 15:54
fancyGOD
2016-10-30 15:55
#28
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Poland mamba99999 
Tyloo stickers incomming !
2016-10-30 15:55
#29
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India nicebaitm8 
k
2016-10-30 15:55
#30
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Brazil coachdag3x 
The qualifier looks a major o.O
2016-10-30 15:56
10 hours vp should learn something from this 4head
2016-10-30 15:56
Vp had games against na'vi and sk... Teams here tyloo renegades.. Come on man, vp would struggle against tyloo but renegades is a joke
2016-10-30 16:19
#71
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Indonesia Tuvny1 
VP vs Renegades: 22-20 hltv.org/match/2303456-renegades-virtusp.. VP vs Renegades 2-1: 16:4 4:16 16:14 hltv.org/match/2298535-virtuspro-renegad.. Renegades haven't beaten VP but they do come close
2016-10-30 16:52
One off random matches have been close,not even the same lineup.
2016-10-30 19:15
#32
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Spain Alser 
The qualifier will be too hard for them tbh, unless they improve their form a lot
2016-10-30 15:56
#42
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China angle409 
They will travel to the US to bootcamp tomorrow.
2016-10-30 16:06
#33
vsm | 
Brazil pajuno 
feelsgodman
2016-10-30 15:57
#34
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Indonesia de_insertion 
Tyloo>SK They won 2 maps against RNG SK lost 2 maps against RNG.
2016-10-30 15:57
NA logic
2016-10-30 16:00
Tyloo has beaten sk 2-1 on lan anyways, don't need na logic
2016-10-30 16:17
Tyloo has beaten sk on lan 2-1. Lol. Dont use chain logic
2016-10-30 16:17
#35
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China 322_csgo 
rip Aussie
2016-10-30 15:59
Yam almost as bad as SPUNJ these days
2016-10-30 16:00
#46
Xyp9x | 
Denmark STATiC^ 
Rly bad by yam.. Tho i rly hope they will qualify for major. Want the RNG stickers. :D
2016-10-30 16:11
With teams like NiP, GODSENT, nV and Dignitas attending Qualifiers, i really doubt it.
2016-10-30 16:13
#76
Xyp9x | 
Denmark STATiC^ 
I agree. But it would be nice tho :)
2016-10-30 17:32
#39
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Syria Gonezxzx 
gg Renegades are terrible
2016-10-30 16:02
#40
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China angle409 
That 69 round cache game was epic and so entertaining. Tyloo just brushed away all doubts on them by winning asian championship once again, in Marathon fashion.
2016-10-30 16:04
Major quals more exciting than major!! cant wait
2016-10-30 16:06
gj tyloo! well deserved win after all!
2016-10-30 16:10
#44
Xyp9x | 
Denmark STATiC^ 
Great to see RNG and Tyloo made it in this one! :)
2016-10-30 16:10
spunj was the problem
2016-10-30 16:11
Renegades in 2016 LUL Anyway, asian CS is a clusterfuck. Neither Tyloo or Renegades are gonna quailify for the Major.
2016-10-30 16:11
#60
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China angle409 
Tyloo did beat sk, navi, liquid on lan this year. Major qualifer is bo1 format and surprises can happen.
2016-10-30 16:20
fancyGOD
2016-10-30 16:13
So i have feeling that tyloo might have hax. Why? Just look at their previous player with VAC banned, qz. This is just my assumption but feel free to argue. Maybe they hide cheats with qz
2016-10-30 16:14
chinese are coming
2016-10-30 16:14
#53
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China angle409 
Tb, loveyy and savage were beasts but all 5 Tyloo players just too hot. Good luck to vg next time.
2016-10-30 16:16
#64
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China 322_csgo 
no, they should beat RNG :)
2016-10-30 16:36
#67
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China angle409 
They should have won nuke vs rng. True
2016-10-30 16:47
#68
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China 322_csgo 
Tyloo + VG to major qualifier, hope it'll be true next time, fuck
2016-10-30 16:48
#57
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Russia Walfii 
ez for Hui
2016-10-30 16:18
Tyloo played 240 rounds today, holy moly O.o
2016-10-30 16:19
#61
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China angle409 
I think this is a record in pro cs tournament history. 11 hrs and 240 rounds. and Tyloo played even better as time went on. Pretty amazing stuff
2016-10-30 16:27
#63
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Faroe Islands _shubaN 
GL tyloo and Renegades, although I still think they won't qualify to the major, since there are so many good teams in the qualifier.
2016-10-30 16:30
#65
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CIS CA1MAN 
Weird to see NiP in the teams for the qualifier. Somehow seems wrong to me
2016-10-30 16:38
didnt expect this
2016-10-30 16:39
#69
XeqtR | 
Hong Kong wqnxy1 
expected
2016-10-30 16:48
#73
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Brazil BuddyINSANE 
expected, RIP Kanguru scene! Congratz tyloo!
2016-10-30 17:04
whoever wrote this should fix the positions. TyLoo should be Asia Minor #1 not Renegades. stop with this bullshit bias. seeding is important
2016-10-30 17:08
#75
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United States BlockyBoy 
Tyloo got 2nd seed because they won the losers final. Renegades got first seed because they won the upper bracket final. The grand final only determines prize pool and trophy. Seeding is determined by what order you qualify. In this case renegades got first because they went through the upper bracket while tyloo went through lower bracket. That's how it was last minor too and for all minors.
2016-10-30 17:15
That's not true. Casters confirmed that the grand final determines Seeding and prize money.
2016-10-30 18:40
#87
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China angle409 
Haha what a nonsense. In any tournament, grand final is the final say.
2016-10-31 00:07
There are no positions, it is just a table of teams and slots and the order is not important unless specified. And we certainly didn't specify :)
2016-10-31 04:11
that's an epic win. gg tylooooooo.
2016-10-31 00:35
fml cn 2stronk for reneBOts
2016-10-31 00:58
Tyloo is the brandnew asian legend after project kr
2016-10-31 03:09
#93
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Sweden lagcats 
tyloo def deserves it.
2016-10-31 03:31
mvp needs to do a lot of changes. they are not improving their game with months..
2016-10-31 04:22
Hope they can. HSK is amazing to watch!
2016-10-31 08:37
#102
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China Muggle 
Three players of tyloo caught cold but they still won the championship. I don't know why some people ridicule them.
2016-11-01 04:24
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