Kaze has joined Flash Gaming. His former Team JYP decided to let him go from their team as he was in talks with Flash Gaming. This comes as a huge boost to the individual who has shown signs of exemplary gameplay in the past.
Flash Gaming already has veterans in the Asian CSGO scene in the form of :
These former Tyloo players have been signed by the organisation with the dream of creating an Asian team that can compete against the best in the world. Their repeated upsets in previous tournaments and matches are proof that the team has lots of talent and the potential to do so. However their timezone means that they cannot scrim against the top teams in the world on a regular basis.
The Malaysian player, who will move to China at the start of next month with his family, is widely regarded as one of the most exciting young talents in Asian Counter-Strike, with a LAN rating of 1.21.
“I am really happy and proud to be part of Flash Gaming,” Khong said in a statement. “I would like to thank them for taking me, it is a big opportunity and a great honour to play with top players from China.
“With this lineup, I hope we will represent Asia at international events and even at Majors! We will give our best.
“I would like to thank JYP Gaming and their owners but all the support, and also the players for the great time we had.
“A special ‘thank you’ goes to Aiman “aimaNNN” Azham for bringing me to the team, and also to Aaron “pkzid” Pereira for teaching me so much. I have learned a lot from you.”