The Brazilian coach Luis 'pacemaker' Tadeu, whom until today coached the Chinse based Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team of TyLoo Gaming has found a new team to coach.
The new team is Heroic Gaming.
The announcement of the move was made by the new team via a post over at their official website where, pacemaker had this to say:
" Its with a lot of excitement that from today on I will join Heroic. It's a team that in my opinion has all the keys and a great potential, and I also look very much forward to being part of a company model like RFRSH's.
Today I can say that I am a much more experienced Coach in a lot of aspects and with all the tools available to me and the team, together with the potential in this roster, I can only see great things ahead of us.
One thing is for sure; we will work really hard as a team to meet and exceed everybody's expectations.
Initially it's an interim role, but no matter what, I am always celebrating the best and embracing the worst. This is my and the team's moment to be Heroic!
At the same time, eSports Director of RFRSH, the company that has the Heroic Gaming team, Kasper Hvdith had this to say:
Needless to say, I am very happy we have Luis on board the Heroic team as an interim coach. He brings a lot experience, he is very thorough, enthusiastic and really hardworking and those are skills we're always looking for. I look forward to working with Luis and I know the players do too."
With this in mind, the new CS:GO teams for the two organizations involved are:
For TyLoo Gaming now is:
- Ke 'Mo' Liu (C)(C)
- Hui 'DD' Wu
- Haowen 'somebody' Xu
- Zhen 'HZ' Huang
- Hansel 'BnTeT' Ferdinand
While Heroic Gaming now has:
- Marco 'Snappi' Pfeiffer
- Nikolaj 'Niko' Kristensen
- Jakob 'JUGI' Hansen
- Patrick 'es3tag' Hansen
- Andreas 'MODDII' Fridh
- Luis 'pacemaker' Tadeu (coach)