Gamers2 have announced that Mariusz "Loord" Cybulski has been named the new coach of their CS:GO team.
Mariusz "Loord" Cybulski had been looking at other opportunities in esports since hanging up his mouse and keyboard following an illustrious career that saw him win most international titles in the Counter-Strike scene.
He has now agreed to coach Gamers2, who were looking to beef up their strategies ahead of the offline qualifier for ESL One Cologne, later this month.
|Loord will bring a wealth of experience to Gamers2 (photo hltv.org)|
The arrival of the former Virtus.pro and ESC Gaming member spells the end of the road for Sebastian "dArk" Babiński, who had been coaching Gamers2 since the start of May.
"After stepping down from activity, I was looking at other options to stay involved in the community," Cybulski said in a statement.
"I have been talking to the Gamers2 guys about coaching them for a long time, but since I was still playing that was not possible.
"This is going to be something new for me, a new chapter in my career. I will do my best to improve their tactical game.
"They are very talented players with a lot of potential, but they lack experience, and that is something that I will try to bring into the fold.
"I hope we will have a great time working together! I’d also like to thank Gamers2’s organization for this opportunity."
Before flying to Cologne for the ESL One qualifier, Gamers2 will spend a week at Buddaplay, in Warsaw, bootcamping for the event, the Spanish organisation added.