Questionmark verpflichtet zonic als Head-Coach

05.01.2016 12:56

imageEnde Dezember war der Aufschrei der CS:GO-Community laut. Das legendäre Lineup will es noch ein Mal wissen und steigt in CS:GO ein. Doch gut drei Wochen später scheint der Traum schon wieder vorbei zu sein. Denn nun wurde bekannt, dass das Team Questionmark einen neuen Trainer verpflichtet hat. Dieser ist niemand geringer als Danny ‚zonic‘

Sörensen, welcher erst vor kurzem einen Vertrag bei mTw unterschrieben hat. Somit verlässt zonic die Organisation wieder ohne ein einziges Spiel absolviert zu haben.

We’re proud to announce the acquisition
of @CSzonic as head coach for Team Questionmark.

2015 we have been evaluating our efforts and trying to find areas to
improve. Going into 2016 we will consequently be employing a full
time head coach, to help us perform better on tactics, communication
and general game related issues.

Thus we are pleased to
announce that we have signed Danny ‚zonic‘ Sørensen from mTw. Danny
is one of the most prolific Danish CounterStrike players of all time,
and brings with him a wealth of experience.

„When we
decided to get a coach for 2016, the entire team agreed that only
Danny [zonic] would fit as the 6th man on our team“ says
ingame-leader Finn ‚Karrigan‘ Andersen. „With his vast
experience as a top tier player, Danny is able to help us improve on
both communication and tactics, while also being aware of what is
expected of a professional player.“

As he signs with us
for 2016, Danny also leaves mTw and we would like to thank them for a
swift cooperation on the matter.

„I am excited about
being given the chance to work with one of the best squads in the
world. The team did amazing last year, but their goal of becoming the
absolutely best in the world made this something I couldn’t say no
to. At the same time I would like to thank mTw for their help in
this, as well as Dignitas for a great time.“ says Danny ‚zonic‘

The first event with Danny as head coach will be
SL-i League StarSeries Finals in Minsk from January 13-17th, but
effective from today he will be helping them with their practice.

See you all in Minsk!