Chinese Counter-Strike players Ke "captainMo" Liu and Hui "DD" Wu are set to retire after their ESL One Rio Major tournament run, according to multiple sources close to the OneThree.TSG team. With their retirement, the roster is expected to disband while captainMo and DD are expected to transition to full-time streaming.
captainMo is most known for his tenure with the TYLOO organization that spanned over seven years of professional play between Counter-Strike 1.6 and CS:GO. He spent most of that time as an AWPer and/or in-game leader and made the switch to OneThree in the middle of 2019. When officially retired, he will have only played for those two organizations for the duration of his CS:GO career.
DD spent over four years with TYLOO through two separate stints in CS:GO before making the switch to OneThree at the same time as captianMo last year. During their time with TYLOO, their best results were runner up finishes at both the ROG Masters 2017 and Intel Extreme Masters XIII - Shanghai in 2018.
OneThree.TSG are set to take on EHOME later this week in the Asia Minor Greater Closed Qualifer for the ESL One Rio Major. Should they win, captainMo and DD have a chance to face TYLOO later in the bracket. The top two teams from the Closed Qualifier will earn a spot at the Asia Minor, which in-turn will send the two top teams there to the ESL One Rio Major tournament. The Asia Minor is set for the last week of April, with the Major itself coming in May.