As usual in the CS:GO scene, many teams are preparing to make different changes to their squads for the rest of the season after the culmination of a Major. But, of course, all this is for those teams that did not meet expectations.
Now, very few decide to make changes in their technical staff since in many opportunities the players are pointed out as responsible for the teams’ results. However, a few hours ago, experienced coach Rémy “XTQZZZ” Quoniam, former coach of G2 Esports, announced that his time off was over and that he was ready to return to the scene.
XTQZZZ announces that he wants to return to the CS:GO scene
After a six-month break, former G2 Esports coach XTQZZZ announced that he is ready to return to coach any team in the competitive CS:GO scene.
Looking for a new jobhttps://t.co/NpiIXBBpAu
— XTQZZZ (@XTQZZZ) May 24, 2023
Undoubtedly, this is a really appetizing option for any team, whatever level it may be, as he is a coach with a lot of knowledge and experience in the scene.
In the statement shared by XTQZZZ, the coach states that, at the end of 2022, he decided to take a break to care for himself and his family. In addition, he said that, after the birth of his second child, he had to devote himself completely to his family, something completely understandable, considering that, according to XTQZZZ, there were several problems.
On the other hand, the 34-year-old coach also claims he was working with Team Vitality’s CS:GO staff, so he has likely shared his knowledge with the team that has just lifted the champion trophy at the Paris Major.
There is no doubt that XTQZZZ is one of the most well-known Head Coaches on the scene, especially after his stint with Team Vitality in 2018. During three seasons leading the reigning Major champions, he led the team to win the IEM Winter 2021.
He then briefly joined G2 Esports, whom he led to become finalists of IEM Katowice 2022. After that, however, he left the organization after the team was disappointed at being left out of the IEM Rio Major.
While the coach took a “break” from the scene, he worked hand in hand with Team Vitality’s CS:GO, staff. This means that he was part, in one way or another, of the French team’s victory at the Major held at home.
Now, with the transition to Counter-Strike 2 no doubt coming sooner rather than later, it is more than likely that several teams are entertaining the idea of making changes to their technical staff. As a result, it seems that this is the right time to give up their “break” and return to coaching some teams at the highest competitive level.