Flash Gaming have confirmed the transfer of YuanZhang "AttackeR" Sheng from TyLoo on a permanent basis.
The 20-year-old becomes the fourth player confirmed for Flash Gaming's roster, joining ex-TyLoo teammate YuLun "fancy1" Cai and coach QiFang "Karsa" Su, as well as former VG.CyberZen member KunHua "LOVEYY" Bai.
YuanZhang "AttackeR" Sheng was removed from TyLoo's active lineup at the start of the year following a dispute with the organisation but returned to the fold in time for DreamHack Masters Las Vegas, where the team went out in the group stage after two defeats.
Flash Gaming are due to reveal their fifth and final member in the coming days, HLTV.org has learned. The Chinese organisation offer co-ownership to their players, which they hope will revolutionise the esports scene in the country.
"The professional CS:GO teams in China are still far behind those from Europe and North America due to several factors: small talent pool, outdated understanding of the game, poor management of organisations and poorly-educated players," a statement from Flash Gaming reads.
"We have been seeking ways to improve this situation, and, after long consideration, we decided to learn from other top organisations so as to find a suitable model that could benefit both players and organisations, and hopefully build a better Chinese CS:GO scene.
"By following the management and the ownership structure of some European organisations, we are building a new model for Chinese CS:GO, one that will help players to improve their education and work ethic.
"We are fully aware of the obstacles that may appear in the future, we are striving to be pioneers and to be brave enough to explore new things, regardless of the fact that we may fail.
"We hope you will be patient and supportive during this journey, which we believe that will be long. Thank you."
Flash Gaming currently have the following lineup>