liTTle introduced as forZe coach
Russian eSports club forZe presented Anatoly "liTTle" Yashin as the head coach of his team. He has been acting as temporary coach of the squad since July of this year, when Rustam "5TRYK#R" Alimkulov left his position.
Anatoly @csgo_little Yashin becomes the main trainer of our CS:GO-lineup. We’re sure that he will be able to help our players reach a higher level. And, of course, now we wish him good luck in this hard thing ???? pic.twitter.com/HGyGfytYJE— forZe (@forzegg) August 29, 2019
Anatoly "liTTle" Yashin took coaching position during forZe bootcamp, which started on July 17. Under his leadership, the team won the CIS Minor - Berlin 2019 and the closed qualification for the BLAST Pro Series Moscow 2019 - CIS Play-in, and also took part in the StarLadder Major 2019, where they finished 17-19th place.
The upcoming forZe performances are scheduled for the middle of next month: on September 13, the team will take part in the BLAST Pro Series Moscow 2019 - CIS Play-in, and on September 16, the online European Champions Cup tournament with a prize pool of $60,000, where the Russian team is on the list of participants, will start.
Current forZe line-up:
Dmitry "facecrack" Alexeyev
Andrey "Jerry" Mikhryakov
Almazer Diamond Asadullin
Bogdan "xsepower" Chernikov
Evgeny "FL1T" Lebedev
Anatoly "liTTle" Yashin (coach