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17-Yr-Old Shen To Join Chinese PUBG Squad Tyloo

Dethan Dario

The 17 year-old legend is joining Chinese giant Tyloo!

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Anderson “Shen” Chong said that he will be joining the Chinese giant Tyloo. According to Shen, he had already signed a contract with the said organization.

“I am very happy to join a big organization like Tyloo because I can play professionally like them.” he said.

He also mentioned that his new home is treating him like family.

“Tyloo also treats me like family. It was indeed one of my dreams to join a large e-sports organization. Another dream of mine is definitely to be a champion.” the pro player added.

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“Hopefully we will be able to do our best in every competition we participate in,” he said.

Additionally, Shen also told that Tyloo will make an announcement regarding his future participations.

He also told that he will be going to China to join the team in their office. This, given that the pandemic would die down.

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Shen is one of the biggest names in the scene. The young pro has a history with Aura Esports– team with whom he played with for PUBG Weekly Series: East Asia Phase 1.

The said tournament had 28 teams to compete. Shen, together with AURA, placed in top 15.

Shen claims that his transfer to Tyloo is a move to prove his greatness.

“Many say I play tricks or hacking. I may have a lot of stress when playing at the tournament level but in my time it’s fun because I can show a lot of people that I can play, ” he claimed.

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Shen will be the third Malaysian to join a Chinese organization as a pro.

Ramona Azween, a female Malaysian CSGO player is the country’s first after she joined Tyloo Women in 2019.

Meanwhile, Andrew Khong is the country’s second after he joined Vici Gaming in 2018 to explore his CSGO career.

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