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TYLOO CS:GO Player Freeman Shares His Thoughts About xeta



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Cheung Wing Hei, known as “Freeman,” is a 20-year-old Hong Konger CS:GO player who has been playing for TYLOO since June 2019. Before that, he was playing for Vici Gaming. In his career, he earned over $80.000 from the events.

During the recent interview with, Freeman has shared his thoughts about his teammate Seon-ho “xeta” Son and stated that he was one of the best AWP players in Asia. asked:

“First of all, can you tell me about how the loss of BnTeT has impacted the team and what the process of finding a new player looked like to replace him?”

Freeman replied:

“It definitely had a big impact on our team, mainly because he was not only a core player in our team but he was also the in-game leader. Basically, we had to change the in-game leading role and, at the same time, we needed to get a new player. In the process of finding a new player we decided to get a strong AWPer for us because we didn’t have a main AWPer for a pretty long time. We thought we needed to make that change.” asked:

“Why did you decide on xeta, then, considering you had the chance to finally break the language barrier and get a Chinese player instead?”

Freeman replied:

“There were a lot of factors going into this. First of all, of course we looked at xeta, he was one of the best AWPers in Asia from the days he played in gosu and MVP. He definitely had the potential to compete against the best in Europe, even, so that was what we saw in him.

At the same time, there are a lot of reasons why we couldn’t get a Chinese AWPer. There are only a few choices, I would say, that had the potential to be the best in Asia or in Europe, and some of them had contract problems, so there were external reasons going into that, as well.”

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