Friday, May 20, 2022

LEG1JA leaves CS: GO to Bleed in VALORANT. to coach

Nikola “LEGIJA” Ninić, German-Serbian trainer and retired professional Counterstrike Player, has made the move to VALORANT, who will take the reins of Bleed, a European-Singaporean team, the organization announced today.

The 31-year-old was last trained as an interim trainer for BIG in November 2021 Counter Strike 1.6 in 2012 and played for CS: GO Teams like MOUZ, NRG, BIG and Envy. Throughout his years in CS: GO, from 2012 to 2021 he took on trainer functions at BIG, Team Kinguin and Envy.

Bleed, an organization based in Singapore, has a team in VALORANT since September 2021 and began last December with the takeover of the experienced Swedish FPS player Jacob “pyth” Mourujärvi and the young Swedish in-game leader Max “maxie” Lönström.

With these European signings, especially the seasoned pyth and LEGIJA, Bleed aims to become one of the top contenders in VCT Southeast Asia (SEA) in 2022. The Singaporean team did not participate in the track last year as it only competed on a few minors VALORANT Events in the region.

Bleed has not yet played any official games with Pyth and Maxie. The European-Singaporean squad currently has eight players in the roster and it is unclear whether the organization will let some of them go or whether they will experiment with different starting lineups throughout the season.

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