The Black Company replace Paper Rex at Hyperion x OEL CS:GO Launch

by Juandi

The Black Company have taken the position of Paper Rex at Hyperion x OEL CS:GO Launch following the latter team’s withdrawal from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in early February this year.

The Singapore-based organization has forfeited their place as the lineup’s focus have switched to VALORANT. They qualified for the inter-regional main event by finishing second to Huat Zai in the first open qualifier. Meanwhile, The Black Company will fill the vacant spot left from Paper Rex’s withdrawal at Hyperion x OEL CS:GO Launch.

Yalalt “yAmi” Oyunbileg and co. recently competed in Huya DarkHorse League Season 9, where they were able to achieve the runner-up place, falling short to D13 Esports in the grand final. The Black Company will be joining fifteen other teams at the US$17,500 event, which will include teams from Asia-Pacific as well as Oceania. Names such as Huat Zai, Checkmate, ex-NG Esports, and D13 Esports are confirmed to participate.

The remaining four spots will be filled by the top two finishers in the APAC and Oceania Last Chance qualifiers, respectively. The APAC qualifier will take place on May 15, followed by the Oceania qualifier the next day. More details are available here.

The updated team list for the event looks as follows:

🇦🇺 Bizarre Gaming🇹🇭 TeamLZ
🇲🇳 D13🇦🇺 Chiefs Esports Club
🇦🇺 VERTEX Esports Club🇹🇭 ZIGMA
🇸🇬 HuatZai🇦🇺 Integral Nation
🌏 ex-NG Esports🇦🇺 Team SYLYX
🇲🇳 Checkmate🇲🇳 The Black Company
🌏 Asia Last Chance Qualifier (TBD)🌏 Oceania Last Chance Qualifier (TBD)
🌏 Asia Last Chance Qualifier (TBD)🌏 Oceania Last Chance Qualifier (TBD)

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