Bondik Loaned to TyLoo | RevivaLTV

Vladyslav “bondik” Nechyporchuk will join TyLoo for 6 months on loan from HellRaisers, replacing Zhen “HZ” Huang.

Standin from HellRaisers, namely Vladyslav“Bondik” Nechyporchuk has been in the market for team transfers since a few months ago when HellRaisers changed his roster with Özgür “Woxic” Eker and Issa “ISSAA” Murad.

But finally TyLoo is the first Chinese organization to sign a player from Ukraine, and will be joined by 3 Chinese players and 1 Indonesian player, Hansel. “BnTeT” Ferdinand.

This news had been smelled before, to be precise 2 days ago, there was a source from TyLoo insiders that Bondik was playing with TyLoo when sparring against the Natus Vincere team.

And finally this was confirmed after TyLoo officially announced that Bondik would be on loan to TyLoo for 6 months. This means that Bondik will play with the number 1 team in China at least until March next year.

TyLoo decided to create roster change while being bootcamp in Poland. Together with Bondik, they will prepare for the tournaments they will attend, namely EPICENTER 2017 and SL i-League Invitational Shanghai 2017.

This is a change that is quite surprising because it will be a big challenge for TyLoo to develop, one of which is due to language limitations; because Mo can’t speak English, while Mo is the IGL of this team.

But this team will be an interesting team to follow as there are 3 Chinese national players, together star player from Indonesia, BnTeT, plus the bondik who will bring it playstyle European team into this team, plus Luis “Peacemaker” Tadeu who has experience training teams from the United States, one of which is Team Liquid.

Bondik is a player who has been with top teams from the CIS, such as FlipSid3, and HellRaisers. Together with Bondik, HR can occupy second place at DreamHack Open Tours 2017, and third place at DreamHack Open Atlanta 2017. We certainly hope this “Asia” team can bring a new color to the CSGO scene in the world, especially Asia.

With this, the TyLoo team has the following roster:

China Hui “DD” Wu
China To “Mo” Liu
China HaoWen “Somebody” Xu
Indonesia Hansel “BnTeT” Ferdinand
Ukraine Vladyslav “Bondik” Nechyporchuk

Brazil Luis “Peacemaker” Tadeu (coach)

Edited by Jabez Elijah