TyLoo win CS:GO Super League 2016

by Dennis Gonzales Sep 25 2016
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TyLoo have won CS:GO Super League 2016 after defeating 5Power Club 2-1 in the Grand Finals. TyLoo took home approximately $30,000 as well as direct seeding into leSF World Championships 2016, while both 5Power Club and TyLoo won seedings into China Cup 1.

The Grand Finals opened on Cache and TyLoo took a dominant 12-3 half on their CT-side. 5Power had momentum on their CT-side, but not enough to make up for their deficit and TyLoo ended the map 16-11. On Mirage, TyLoo took another strong half at a 10-5 scoreline, but their CT-side fell apart and they only took two more rounds before 5Power won the map 16-12 to tie the series. Cobble was the deciding map and TyLoo once again had a strong half with a 9-6 scoreline and they pushed to a 16-12 win to take the series.

TyLoo dominated Round Robin and placed in second with 50 points to make the playoffs, but it was VG.CyberZen who ranked higher with 51 points, however they did not compete in the playoffs as it conflicted with their schedule at eXTREMESLAND Asia 2016

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TyLoo breezed through the playoff bracket as they swept both B.O.O.T in the semis and Born of Fire in the Winner's Finals.

AttackeR was the top rated player of the playoffs with a 1.31 HLTV Player rating, and the rest of the Top 5 was populated by the rest of the players on TyLoo. Mo with a 1.24 rating, DD with 1.23 rating, somebody with 1.10 rating and fancy1 with 1.06 rating.

Dennis "Tarmanydyn" Gonzales is a news editor for theScore esports who enjoys whiskey, D&D and first-picking Abaddon Slardar Clinkz Medusa Oracle a P90 my Souvenir Negev. You can follow him on Twitter.