Heroic is set to attend the Toyota Master Bangkok with their coach, Luis “Peacemaker” Tadeu.
Heroic has announced that they have benched Niko “naSu” Kovanen. In order to replace him, they have added Luis “Peacemaker” Tadeu as the coach.
Peacemaker was the Heroic coach from November 2017-May 2018, so he is not new to the position. Peacemaker took a break due to health issues. There were concerns with Peacemaker, as he was having dizziness, chest and abdominal pains. His focus was to spend time with his family and make a full recovery. Following multiple tests, all of them pointed to an infection that made him sick.
Peacemaker helped lead Heroic to a fourth-place finish at cs_summit 2 and an overall good performance at the Copenhagen Games, where Heroic competed in the finals. Peacemaker was replaced by Andreas “MODDII” Fridh for some time but he is back to 100%.
Andreas “MODDII” Fridh
Patrick “es3tag” Hensen
Adam “friberg” Friberg
Asger “AcilioN” Larsen
Daniel “mertz” Mertz
Been a couple of months, refreshing ones, missed competing and waited for the right opportunity, this is the one.
Happy to be back with the new Heroic project, keeping a low profile but gonna work really hard, im ready.
Thanks for the support. https://t.co/AVt0RVmX4i
— Luis Peacemaker (@peacemakercsgo) November 19, 2018