ave aims back to esports scene
Alexander "ave" Holdt tweeted his return to esports activities. The legendary Danish player in CS 1.6 and former coach of North intends to resume his coaching career and is ready to consider any offered.
After a year away from the game I love, I'm now looking to get back full-time again. I'm open for different roles, but primarily I envision some coaching role.— Alexander Holdt (@avecsgo) May 18, 2020
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Back in February 2019 Holdt announced that he was quitting esports for personal reasons. Prior to that, he worked at the North's coaching staff for two years, first as a coach at the Danish club's academy and then as a core member of CS:GO.
Under the guidance of a 31-year-old specialist, North achieved the highest results in its history. The team became the champion of DreamHack Open Tours 2018, DreamHack Open Valencia 2018 and DreamHack Masters Stockholm 2018, and was among the top four at Copenhagen Games 2018, BETS.NET Masters S1 Finals, StarSeries i-League S5, DreamHack Open Summer 2018 and Esports Championship Series S6 Finals.