Gux steps in as Gamerlegion coach
GamerLegion has announced that 30-year-old Swede Rasmus "Gux" Stolt becomes their new CS:GO coach. He took the place of Daniel "djL" Narancic, who left the team on January 23, 2020.
From 2003 to 2012 Gux perfromed in Counter-Strike 1.6 for various teams, the most famous of which were SK and fnatic. The most successful period in his career was 2009-2011, when he won eight Tier 1 tournaments with Fnatic, including the prestigious Intel Extreme Masters III. HLTV.org ranked him twelfth in 2010 and tenth in 2011 in the CS 1.6 best player list.
After fnatic moved to CS:GO, Gux decided to pursue an education and received an engineering degree. In 2017 he returned to the pro stage with the composition of Dark Passage, where among others played the young woxic and ISSA, as well as former NiP coach Farouk "pita" Pita.