Overwatch Expanding Now

The Chinese organization TyLoo have completed the transfer of Zhen “HZ” Huang from AllGamers.

The 26-year-old Zhen “HZ” Huang who has been on loan at TyLoo since January has officially been acquired from AllGamers. HZ‘s tenure at AllGamers started in April, 2016.

HZ was loaned from AllGamers when TyLoo had a dispute with three of their playersYuanZhang “AttackeR” Sheng, YuLun “fancy1” Cai, and HaoWen “somebody” Xu. AttackeR and somebodyreturned to the team while fancy1 went on to play for Flash.


TyLoo acquired HZ from AllGamers

Since joining TyLoo, HZ attended WESG 2016 World Finals and DreamHack Masters Las Vegas where his team finished 5-8th and 13-16th, respectively. In addition, TyLoo have recently qualified for SL i-League StarSeries Season 3 Finals which will take place from April 4-9.

Here is TyLoo‘s current roster:

Ke “Mo” Liu
Zhen “HZ” Huang
Hui “DD” Wu
YuanZhang “AttackeR” Sheng
HaoWen “somebody” Xu

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CS:GO Receiving New Update

DreamHack have revealed Heroic as another team confirmed at the $100,000 DreamHack Open Austin taking place on April 28-30.

Heroic are the fourth team confirmed at DreamHack Open Austin after the organizers revealed Immortals, G2, and Cloud9.

Marco “Snappi” Pfeiffer‘s side made waves at IEM Katowice in early March when the Danish squad placed first in their group, defeating Virtus.pro, North, and Natus Vincere on their way to semi-finals.


Heroic will travel to the US in April for DreamHack Open Austin

The remaining four teams will be determined via two more invites and two qualifiers, with each region (Europe and North America) grabbing one spot at the $100,000 tournament.

G2 Immortals Cloud9 Heroic
Invite Invite NA qualifier EU qualifier

DreamHack Open Austin will be taking place in Austin, TX, at the Austin Convention Center from April 28-30.

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New Clashing Experience Today!

OpTic Gaming have decided against keeping Luis “peacemaker” Tadeu as coach following his trial period.

Luis “peacemaker” Tadeu joined OpTic on a trial basis at the start of February as the team looked to bounce back from the departure of ingame leader Peter “stanislaw” Jarguz to Liquid.

OpTic cut a frustrating figure at the two events they attended with the Brazilian on board, finishing 9th-12th at DreamHack Las Vegas and 11th-12th at the IEM World Championship.


peacemaker’s OpTic trial was unsuccessful

In the latest episode of OpTic’s “Vision” documentary series, Óscar “mixwell” Cañellas stated that peacemaker‘s approach did not match the team’s style, adding that the Brazilian was “too emotional sometimes”.

In a TwitLonger post, peacemaker admitted that the loss ofstanislaw and the rumours surrounding mixwell and Will “RUSH” Wierzba took their toll on the team and lamented that he was not given enough time to carry out his vision for the squad.

“After losing stanislaw, the team lost leadership and guidance, and internal problems started to happen with the defeats coming in,” Tadeu wrote.

“We tried to handle all this the best we could, but with all the rumours about mixwell/RUSH leaving to Liquid I felt the team completely lost motivation to continue working, so we barely practiced after Katowice.

“I have a very particular way of coaching my teams, and I may not be the best when it comes to dealing with a lot of problems, but I have my own system, which worked very well with my previous team but unfortunately did not work with OpTic.

“I feel I did not have enough time to show the guys what I am capable of, but in their eyes my coaching style does not match what they are looking for. This is completely acceptable and it was the main reason behind the trial period.

“I am heading back to Brazil to spend some time with my family. After that, I will be looking to continue my coaching career somewhere else, and hopefully that will happen in the near future.”

OpTic have yet to comment on the situation of Spencer “Hiko” Martin, who joined the team as a stand-in at the same time aspeacemaker. It has been rumoured that OpTic will not be retaining his services, but he played for the team in Thursday’s 0-2 defeat against CLG in the North American SL i-League StarSeries Season 3 qualifier.

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