- The sides split on the eve of the BLAST Paris Major Americas RMR
- Peacemaker thanked his former team and announced he is now a free agent
- TeamOne’s CEO will take peacemaker’s place in the upcoming Americas RMR
Luis “peacemaker” Tadeu leaves TeamOne’s lead coach position just two months after he joined the Brazilian CS:GO organization.
TeamOne has announced that their coach Luis “peacemaker” Tadeu has left. The news comes just a day before the team starts its participation in the BLAST Paris Major Americas RMR which will decide the final teams for the main event in May. The 34-year-old coach will not be present during the event, so TeamOne will have to rely on the organization’s CEO, Alexandre “kakaveL” Peres. However, it’s unknown if he will be able to stand behind his players as he is not listed as their coach according to the official lineups released by BLAST ahead of the RMRs.
“As announced, I’m out of Los One and I clarify that I haven’t been part of the specific preparation for the RMR since March 27th, when we started negotiating the contractual details of this departure, so I’m a free agent to continue acting as Coach,” peacemaker wrote in a Twitter post. He thanked his former squad and the fans for their support and wished TeamOne good luck in the upcoming events.
The 34-year-old coach spent just a couple of months as part of TeamOne, having been signed in early February. This was his first coaching position since he parted ways with Imperial last August. In his brief time as TeamOne’s coach, the squad finished 5-6th in ESL Challenger League Season 43, narrowly missed out on a spot at IEM Dallas, and successfully entered the closed qualifier for the upcoming Americas RMR.
Peacemaker announced he is a free agent and is looking for a new organization, and considering his many years of experience, there should be many potential teams that would like to acquire him. The coach has had multiple stints coaching North American, South American, and European teams, with perhaps his most significant achievement in coaching came during his time with Liquid. In 2016, peacemaker helped the North American squad take second place at the ESL One Cologne 2016 Major.
Meanwhile, TeamOne is set to look for a new coach, a task they are very familiar with. Since 2022, the organization has had five different coaches, which has, understandably, negatively impacted their performance on the global scene. At least TeamOne has managed to conduct themselves well on the home stage, taking third place in the ESL Challenger League Season 43 and placing top-four at Fragadelphia 16 and 17. TeamOne currently look like this:
- Pedro “Maluk3” Campos
- Matheus “pesadelo” Panisset
- Alencar “trk” Rossato
- Victor “iDk” Torraca
Mario “malbsMd” Samayoa