Flash Gaming have announced that they have completed their roster with the addition of Andrew "kaze" Khong from JYP.
Andrew "kaze" Khong, 22, will join Chinese quartet YuLun "fancy1" Cai, QiFang "Karsa" Su, KunHua "LOVEYY" Bai and YuanZhang "AttackeR" Sheng in this new project, which is supported by private investors and offers players a stake in the company as co-owners.
The Malaysian player, who will move to China at the start of next month with his family, is widely regarded as one of the most exciting young talents in Asian Counter-Strike, with a LAN rating of 1.21.
"I am really happy and proud to be part of Flash Gaming," Khong said in a statement. "I would like to thank them for taking me, it is a big opportunity and a great honour to play with top players from China.
"With this lineup, I hope we will represent Asia at international events and even at Majors! We will give our best.
"I would like to thank JYP Gaming and their owners but all the support, and also the players for the great time we had.
"A special 'thank you' goes to Aiman "aimaNNN" Azham for bringing me to the team, and also to Aaron "pkzid" Pereira for teaching me so much. I have learned a lot from you."
Flash and JYP have also agreed that kaze will play out the rest of the ZEN Esports Network League with the Malaysian team, HLTV.org has learned. JYP currently sit second in the Asian group, with a 3-3 record.
The Chinese team's lineup will consist of: