The Chinese esports organization TYLOO has announced the resignation of Karsa as the head coach of the CS:GO roster. It should be noted that the 30-year-old Chinese specialist headed the team at the end of February.
Karsa, now a former TYLOO Gaming CS:GO coach, is retiring as of today. Thanks to everyone who supported TYLOO Gaming and Karsa!
Karsa returned as a TYLOO trainer in February after spending the final year as an assistant and analyst. In two months, the 30-year-old Chinese specialist helped the team win the Perfect World Arena Premier League Season 1, as well as take second place in the Funspark ULTI Challenge 2022 and ESL Challenger League Season 40: Asia-Pacific.
In addition, under his leadership, the team managed to qualify for PGL Major Antwerp 2022: Asia-Pacific RMR by winning the Chinese qualifiers.
It is unclear who will replace Karsa as head coach of TYLOO. At the same time, next week the team will start its journey at the RMR tournament, where it will compete for two tickets to PGL Major Antwerp 2022.
TYLOO's current CS:GO roster is as follows: