Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

TyLoo will not be at the Boston Major

Visa issues have been cited as the reason.

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There have been rumours circulating for a while that CS:GO team TyLoo would not be attending this month's Boston Major after all, and now a new report from HLTV has confirmed that this is indeed the case, with visa issues cited as the reason for the Chinese side's absence.

The team have allegedly confirmed this to both Eleague and Valve, and a replacement will now be coming from Asia Minor. In regards to the visa issues, it seems as if Hansel 'BnTeT' Ferdinand was the one whose application was rejected by the US embassy, and since talks between ex TyLoo coach Luis 'peacemaker' Tadeu and the team broke down regarding him stepping in as a replacement, the team could only withdraw, according to a report from journalist Jarek 'DeKay' Lewis.

The final team list will allegedly be released next week. Are you sad to see TyLoo go?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
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