The announcement was accompanied by a video revolving around Ceb and his family, as well as how he started playing video games after moving countries. Their living room is currently decorated with two shining Aegis trophies, as seen in the video, and Ceb aims to add a third one.
Once again proving himself as a role model of dedication to his craft, Ceb IS gonna be playing TI10.— OG @TI10 (@OGesports) October 4, 2021
Discover an ode to passion from @Ceb and his sister @vernis_rouge, brought to you by the amazing @BMWEsports.
🌻 Full video: https://t.co/yzapW0WVar#DreamOG | #BMWEsports pic.twitter.com/tf2xu6jNX4
Ceb shared last Friday that he might miss this year's TI as he is currently recovering from a recent eye surgery. Last week, he was not yet certain whether he could recover in time. The team announced Michael 'm`ICKe' Vu as their stand-in in case Ceb would not be able to play. TI will kick off this Thursday, 7 October.
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