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Peacemaker to coach TyLoo at PGL Major qualifier and ESL One Cologne

Peacemaker announced he will coach TyLoo at the PGL Major qualifier and ESL One Cologne.
Peacemaker (Luis Tadeu) will coach TyLoo at the PGL Major qualifier and ESL One Cologne. Photo by Jussi Jaaskelainen/DreamHack

Luis “peacemaker” Tadeu will coach TyLoo Gaming’s Counter-Strike for the organization’s next two events at the PGL Major and ESL One Cologne.

Peacemaker announced Monday on Twitter he’ll join TyLoo as coach for this weekend’s offline qualifier for the PGL Major this weekend and ESL One Cologne, which takes place July 4-9.

Peacemaker has been a controversial figure in CS:GO, as he will now move to his fifth organization since October. His position as a coach and general manager of NRG came to an end after three weeks, as he left citing “different visions concerning players and how we should move forward.” He then had a brief stint as the coach of OpTic Gaming before moving to Misfits in April. He was dismissed two weeks ago despite a promising performance from the team at DreamHack tours. There was reported dissension among the team regarding Peacemaker, who had a hand in the benching of Shahzeeb “ShahZaM” Khan.

TyLoo has one of China’s best CS:GO rosters and recently qualified for ESL One Cologne with a clean performance during the qualifying tournament in which the team did not drop a single game. TyLoo will also compete for a spot in the PGL Major after reaching the offline qualifier via the Asian Minor.

Cover photo by Jussi Jaaskelainen/DreamHack


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