Heroic Gaming sign pacemaker as coach
Posted: Nov 9, 2017 Written by: do_0h

The Brazilian coach Brazil Luis 'pacemaker' Tadeu, whom until today coached the Chinse based Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team of China TyLoo Gaming has found a new team to coach.

The new team is Denmark 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 Denmark Heroic Gaming team, Denmark 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 China TyLoo Gaming now is:

  • China Ke 'Mo' Liu (C)(C)
  • China Hui 'DD' Wu
  • China Haowen 'somebody' Xu
  • China Zhen 'HZ' Huang
  • Indonesia Hansel 'BnTeT' Ferdinand


While Denmark Heroic Gaming now has:

  • Denmark Marco 'Snappi' Pfeiffer
  • Denmark Nikolaj 'Niko' Kristensen
  • Denmark Jakob 'JUGI' Hansen
  • Denmark Patrick 'es3tag' Hansen
  • Sweden Andreas 'MODDII' Fridh
  • Brazil Luis 'pacemaker' Tadeu (coach)
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