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For TwoPictures Gaming its not going well for the past few months. The team didn't reach the target and the returning problems with the roster made things even worse. The problems and especially the failures have serious consequences for the CS:GO team.
After the announcement of the 1st of June

After parting ways with Chaos on the 5th May and eL1 on the 13th of May, the team were looking for two new players. T1TAN and twin joined to fill the gaps and the team was complete again.Everybody had high hopes after completing the roster with the two new players and the three long-term members Neusaap, DragonEye and Slash.

Later, T1TAN offered the team to take the ingame-leader role, allowing Slash to focus more on the game. Tome and the rest of the team decided to take away the role again after facing internal issues with his leading.

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On Wednesday TwoPictures Gaming played the first game of the playoffs in the RDYUP League Season 4.

With high expectations the team went into the match against Panthers.Stars. It was expected like in the last season to have a good or even better finish in the season. This time, however, the road ended earlier than anticipated.

Panthers.Stars defeated TwoPictures Gamingon Inferno with 12:16 and eliminated them in the round of 16.

Slash shared his opinion on the game after the loss on Twitter:

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Yesterday TwoPictures Gaming announced the partnership with Noesis.gg.

The partnership was announced yesterday on Twitter with an announcement video. In the video Noesis got generally introduced and explained. The video was produced by the management of TwoPictures Gaming and completed after three weeks.

TwoPictures Gaming is happy to partner up with Noesis and we are looking forward to work with them together! You do not know Noesis yet? No problem, we summarized what Noesis is and what they offer:

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The dream of winning the tournament bursts directly in the first match of the playoffs, after advancing through the swiss-phase with 3-2.

Both dys0n and Hound Esports were beaten in the Swiss phase after losing to ClexaGANG on Mirage with 15:19. With a 3-2 TPG advanced to the playoffs, facing IQ Gaming, which completed the Swiss phase with 3-1.

TwoPictures Gaming, however, lost 2-0 to IQ Gaming, getting eliminated in the first round of the playoffs in the current Season of the Ignis League. Roster problems and wrong decisions of the league adminstration influenced TPG, both in the playoffs, as well as in the Swiss phase.

Due to critical decisions of the league administration, up to two teams in each round of the Swiss phase, received a Defwin, because two teams announced their withdrawal after the start of the league. For example IQ Gaming received a Defwin in round four and advanced to the playoffs with 3-1.

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The fourth season of RDYUP started today with the first matchdays!

We had to wait a long time, now the fourth season of the RDYUP Amateur League finally started. In the last season TwoPictures Gaming failed against Galatics in the semifinials and won against Double-U in the match for third place.

Galatics won season two after defeating Serval 2-0 in the grand final. Both teams did not sign up for season four, giving TwoPictures Gaming the chance to win the whole tournament this time. In addition, TwoPictures Gaming, Team Exile and Old Dream Esport are the only returning teams that played in the playoffs of the last season.

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On July 22, the seventh season of the Ignis League starts.

After failing to participate in the sixth season of the Ignis League due to the incomplete line-up, TPG will be in season seven.

During TPG's absence, Afallon eSports beat Poseidon Esport in the grand final. As in the last seasons, the defending champion did not sign up for the next season. But we will see Arctic eSports again after they also had to suspend in the previous one as the team disbanded.

Funfact: TwoPictures Gaming and Arctic eSports are the only returning teams in season seven who played in season five.

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TwoPictures Gaming finished their first ESEA open season with six won and ten lost games.

The new players of TPG could not save the current ESEA season. The playoffs were unreachable because of the negative results, although they barely lost the intermediate qualifier before the start of the season which is why they did not get a direct place in ESEA intermediate.