Tydal6 Blue close out the season (NEW)
Coming off of a lose to end the regular season 11-5, Tydal6 Blue received the 36 seed in the playoffs. After falling just shy of a first round bye, they matched up against HavoK Gaming in the first round duel. Unfortunately however, this playoff run was cut shorter than anticipated after an upset made by the opposing team. The map line was 16-10, 16-14 to put away Season 35 for the Tydal6 Blue squad. With this shortcoming, the roster is undergoing a transition period to be built better and more prepared for the upcoming season. The remaining of the previous roster is as follows:
Tydal6 Purple CSGO gets roster overhaul
Right before the roster lock for the remainder of the ESEA season, T6 Purple CSGO goes through a overhaul of their roster and become almost entirely new. The roster change comes after an immense amount of internal conflict within the squad about the underwhelming season they have undergone. The refacing of the roster begins with the removal of Jake-, ravenzs, A1pha, and server as all these players looked to take opportunities in other teams and divisions. All that remained was DTruxy and with little time before roster lock, it was a very tight squeeze to bring in pieces to continue the last stretch of the season. However, the task was completed by initialing bringing back eezin to the roster as a piece looking to stick around for the foreseeable future. The rest of the roster was a bit of a rush to beat the clock but Spiral, GsN, Zoosh, and CdK were brought in to finish the rest of the season and possibly the following season. The new squad is off to a good start with a win over Repulse Gaming 19-15. The squad for the rest of the season stands as follows:
Jake- (Transferred to Rebirth Ghost)
ravenzs (Transferred to Rebirth Ghost)
A1pha (Transferred to Rebirth Ghost)
server (Transferred to COMATOSE)
Eezin trial period over, A1pha joins as new 4th
After many of scrimmages and three league matches, eezin has been removed from T6 Purple CSGO. During his short trial period, eezin put up impressive numbers across the board, including an 87.6 average damager per round (ADR) and 1.11 K/D. Eezin showed great potential but just did not fit the role that was looked for in his replacement spot. After a couple of weeks of searching, T6 Purple motion to fill their fourth with newly acquired A1pha. A1pha, former player for teams such as Philadelphia Warhawks and WindstormGG, joins Tydal6 midway into the season looking to be an integral piece in strengthening the core roster for the future. A1pha currently stands with 77.1 ADR and .706 frags per round (FPR) for this current season of ESEA Main before joining the roster. With this move, Server will be able to reestablish his role as the coach of this team and no longer is standing in as the fifth roster member. With these changes, T6 Purple CSGO looks as follows:
Lion and IzunE no longer apart of Tydal6 Purple CSGO, eezin joins on trial
After a very poor 1-3 start to the ESEA Main season, Tydal6 Purple turn to roster changes in hopes of rising back up to the challenge and making a run towards playoffs. Some unfortunate disputes within the roster led to an immediate change in the roster despite coming off of back to back wins against Cobra5 and busaBOSS respectively. IzunE had been removed after some poor performances for the team in his 7 game tenure with the squad as well as LioN who chose to step down after realizing the lack of results within the team. With these two immeadiate departures, eezin has joined the team on a trial period to determine if he will stay with the roster full time or not. Eezin joins after his short tenure in 13th Hour Gaming in which the roster was 2-2 with eezin averaging 80 ADR a game before his departure. No news on who the possible fifth will be for the team but until the spot is properly filled, the coach Server will be stepping in for the squad. The current roster stands as follows:
Server (Coach, Stand In)
Fory walks away from Tydal6 Blue, DJF returns to fill the void
During the final stretch of the offseason, Fory made a decision to walk away from the CS team. After numerous hours of scrims and practice the player decided he was not fully invested in the team and decided to walk away before the season began. Due to ESEA IM League rules, two players from the previous season must be present to continue forth with the league. This has led Tydal6 Blue to make the decision to bring back DJF to the active roster. The player left the team after last season with no intention to play this season due to lack of motivation. Upon time to recover, DJF has agreed to return and play this season out with the team. The new Tydal6 Blue roster is as follows:
Tydal6 revamp their CSGO department
After a tough end to the previous season and a ongoing trial period with an academy roster, Tydal6 CSGO gets a complete overhaul. Tydal6 CSGO will now consist of two teams equally sharing the spotlight to represent the organization in the competitive scene. The first team is a revamp of the primary roster from last season on ESEA Open. After a rough end to the season, numerous players were released from the roster and new names have stepped in to carry the torch of excellence. The other roster acquired is formally known as Revenant Academy. This roster consists of five talented players who marched their way to a 12-4 record in ESEA Intermediate League in Season 34 and made a playoff run long enough to qualify themselves for the Main division in Season 35. These two rosters will compete side by side in order to push Tydal6 up the slope towards greatness in CSGO. The new rosters are listed as follows:
We look forward to seeing the results these two rosters can put up and the greatness they will bring along to the organization!
Tydal6 CSGO eliminated from ESEA Open S34 Playoffs in Round of 128
After a strong regular season, Tydal6 CSGO has come to their season end after losing to synergy reborn in the round of 128. Reflecting back on the season, the players muscled out a 13-3 record placing them as the #17 seed in playoffs. In the first round, the team faced a weak adversary in 'FUCK NERDS'. The series was a very quick sweep after the team won Dust2 16-3 and Overpass 16-5. This win had qualified the players for a league advancement to Intermediate next season, but their sights were set higher. Climbing up the ladder three more rounds would qualify the roster for the Main division, a two rank jump. Unfortunately they were met by a much stronger adversary than expected, 'synergy reborn'. After a stuttered start to the game, Tydal6 were never able to find consistency to keep up in the match. The map ended with a 16-8 scoreline in favor of synergy reborn. Another rocky start was found at the beginning of the second map, Dust2. synergy reborn started the map off on CT side as well as with a 4-0 lead. Despite the troubled start, Tydal6 fought back to be down only 9-6 at half. Tydal6 came well under prepared for the CT side though, being absolutely dominated in every which way the entirety of the half. A last drawn effort came out from the roster after being down by plenty of rounds, but the effort came too late as the match had already been decided, synergy reborn took the map 16-10. With the season coming to an abrupt end, there is nothing but light at the end of the tunnel. The roster will be reevaluated in the off season and well prepared come August for the Intermediate division.
Tydal6 adds Academy CSGO roster on trial basis
At the end of regular season for ESEA Open S34, the Tydal6 CSGO roster stands at a successful 13-3 record and striving towards playoff success. Due to this success, the organization has decided to move forth with finding the next team to continue the legacy of excellence and success that we strive for. Therefore, Tydal6 will be introducing their Academy CSGO roster on a trial basis. This trial period will allow for both parties to work and grow together for a period of time to see if it is in their best interests to work together for future endeavors. Both parties are more than excited for this opportunity and we look forward to seeing the progress and companionship of the future with our new Academy CSGO roster. The new roster is as follows:
The trial period for this roster will last roughly 6 weeks at which point the standing with the roster will be reevaluated and finalized. As an organization, we look forward to both working with this team and what the future has to hold.
Devv benches himself, replaced by neilllzzz
After benching lazey, Devin "Devv" Bright has decided to step down from the active roster. The move has come quickly and unexpectedly into the midst and will take place immediately. His replacement will be Edward "neilllzzz" O'Neill, our new rifler who has shown his skill by being placed top 1000 in the United States on Faceit.
The roster is now as follows:
Tydal6 CSGO benches lazey, replaces him with Jibski
After a phenomenal 7-2 start in Season 34 of ESEA Open, Tydal6 CSGO has decided to move on from their support player Andrew "lazey" Z. The decision comes after numerous subpar performances by lazey despite winning majority of the games. After 9 games this season, lazey has put together 67 ADR a game and a .93 HLTV rating. His replacement will be Jibski, a skilled player coming down from ESEA Intermediate League to grind out the rest of the season and help Tydal6 finish the season strong.
The roster is now as follows:
Tydal6 fail to qualify for Golden League Season 7
After numerous rough serious and unfortunate events, Tydal6 have failed to qualify for the seventh season of Golden League. After numerous personal circumstances building up to the match, the team struggled to take down Ameme in the first qualifier, completing the series with a 0-2 loss. Heading into the second qualifier, the team was on much solider ground and competed to the best of their abilities. Following a forfeit victory against Elitist eSports, Tydal6 had to face the advanced super team of SwayGG. After dropping their map choice of Vertigo 8-16, we swung right back taking our map of Mirage 16-9. Unfortunately, SwayGG would get the our number on the last map winning Dust2 3-16. This being said, Tydal6 CSGO will not be participating in Golden League Season 7 and will focus on improving and maintaining their record in ESEA Open.
Tydal6 releases entirety of CSGO Roster, starts anew
After continuous disappointing results, we have decided to release our CSGO roster. We tried building with the team and let time play factor, but with time the project continued to get worse. With every dusk comes a dawn as we have acquired a new and improved roster in their places! This roster shows plenty of promise and looks to example their talents in Olympus League Season VIII as well as ESEA Open. Our new roster includes:
We look forward to our future partnership with this roster and we are looking forward to numerous wins and maybe even some hardware!
Tydal6 Apparel Store is officially open!
After strenuous work and constant strives for perfection, the Tydal6 Official Apparel store has opened up to everyone! We are more than proud of what we have worked to provide and the quality of the content is beyond superb. Arma has done an incredible job with the apparel and we look forward to seeing our fans wear it! You can find our store at the link provided and use code "Tydal" to save 10% at checkout!
T6 CSGO bomb out of Glacial League Playoffs
After a beautiful season from the CSGO squad, an unfortunate turn of events occurred in the QuarterFinals of playoffs. After selecting Overpass as their own map to start the series, Tydal 6 struggle to keep up the pace and fall 13-16 to start off down a map. Walking into the second map was Mirage, one of the weaker maps for T6 CSGO but they managed. They fought hard and came back from down 9 rounds to win 19-17 in overtime and take it to map 3. Finally, Map 3 was Dust 2 and it fell to shambles extremely quick. After a very sloppy effort Tydal 6 dropped the map 3-16. Despite losing in QuarterFinals, it was an ultimately rewarding season for the squad as they had the perfect season and gained experience for other leagues to come.
Tydal 6 CSGO complete a perfect regular season, to face Zenith in QuarterFinals
After a very grueling season in Glacial League, Tydal 6 CSGO pull off the final win to complete the undefeated regular season record. The following results for their season is as follows:
16-14 vs Team Volted
Forfeit Win vs Exotic eSports
Forfeit Win vs Gawdcent
16-12 vs Vexere eSports
16-8 vs Reflame eSports
16-12 vs PointClickKill
16-1 vs Kaoz
Despite the very taxing season, the team placed first in their group and have a QuarterFinal matchup against Zenith. Zenith ended their regular season placed fourth in Group B with a 4-3 record. Despite having a worse record, the team will not take this game easily as Zenith is just the first stone on the path to being champions. Here is to a great playoff run!
Tydal 6 CSGO parts ways with Tristy, add Noz
After his short tenure within the team, Tristy has come to a mutual agreement to part ways with the team. His short time with the organization had its benefits as he provided his talent to help the team reach new limits that could only be reached with a talent like his. His replacement, Noz, is another elite talent that has potential to bring this team to an even higher level of talent and success with what he provides to this newly shaped squad.
Tydal 6 CSGO Ends Olympus Season
After a 3-2 group stage, Tydal 6 CSGO was able to obtain playoff birth in Olympus League. With a QuarterFinal matchup set against Initial Effect, the team looked to tackle the task that was not in their favor. Coming into the matchup as underdogs, Tydal 6 was more than excited to take their chances in this match. Unfortunately, the team lost 16-10 on Inferno followed by a 16-14 loss on Overpass. Despite being eliminated in the QuarterFinals, it was all together a successful season for the squad after coming into the season as an underdog and ending it as a tournament contender.
Logo Re-design for Tydal6 coming 11/20/19!
After many years sporting the same logo, a time has come for a change. A new logo has been in the design process, and on Wednesday, November 20th, it will be revealed to the world. Stay tuned, as all new upcoming merchandise will sport the new logo!
The official website of Tydal 6 launches today to the public! The site has been a long time coming, and the team behind it put a lot of work in. Find information about our streamers, competitive teams, and sponsors. Check out the merchandise store. See all the upcoming events for Tydal 6, right here on your screen.