pita is joining reality show to serve as a team coach
Former NiP coach Faruk "pita" Pita has announced a partnership with Swedish national TV channel SVT as part of a new reality show about CS:GO. The Bosnian specialist will organize a professional training regimen for the amateur team, which will be covered in full on TV.
This will be a reality show where the main focus will be for the viewers to get more insight in how a CSGO team works. Will be fun to share my knowledge. Show will be broadcasted some time this fall.— Faruk Pita (@pitaCSGO) March 15, 2021
The reality show is called "Esportsaga" and will be broadcast for the first time this fall. At this point only four members of Team Pita are known, while the fifth player will be selected through a survey of Finnish-speaking residents of Stockholm over 16 years.
Notably, the day before the expiration of the ban pita, which he received from ESIC following an investigation about the use of coaching mode bug abuse in the competition scene. The ban originally called for 10 months but was reduced to 5.5 months after an appeal.
Pita's last professional team was Ninjas in Pyjamas, which he left in early 2020. His greatest achievement in coaching is winning the Ninjas lineup at the 2014 ESL One Cologne majors.