Legend CS 1.6 will coach the Chinese team B.O.O.T [CS:GO]
30 September, 2016 / id: 2182
One of the most renowned players in the Swedish era of Counter-Strike 1.6 team and fnatic legend - Harley «dsn» Orval - decided to return to CS: GO as a coach. Orval will lead the Chinese team B.O.O.T, gaming house which is located in Shanghai.
Chinese team collaboration and eminent Swede will start in October this year. Harley «dsn» Orval already arrived in Shanghai to start his coaching job. Dsn As noted in the official statement of the organization, B.O.O.T players have a good vision of what they want to accomplish and believe that streamlined training regime with enhanced performance will help them in this. Swede also said that the language barrier should not be an obstacle, because he taught Chinese for the past nine months.
Harley «dsn» Orval played for fnatic team discipline Counter-Strike 1.6 from 2005 to 2011. During this period, Orval won many prestigious titles, including gold medals at the 2006 CPL Winter, WEG e-Stars 2007, WEM 2009, Intel Extreme Masters III, IEM V European Championship Finals and some IEM stop in major cities around the world. At the same time it is collected dsn first Swedish part of fnatic in early 2006, which began with the rise of the renowned organization.
B.O.O.T team was founded in June of this year. Over the past three months, the Chinese team took part in a number of qualifications to different tournaments, among them the European championship - ESEA Season 22 and SL i-League StarSeries Season 2. However, the success of their attempts to get to the Old World tournaments have not been. The most weighty team achievements can be considered the fourth place on the CS: GO Super League in 2016, and NEA Beijing Esports Open 2016.
dsn is not the first player is "old school", who decided to test their strength in the CS: GO as a coach. Earlier this step went Bjorn «THREAT» Pearce, Robert «RobbaN» Dahlström, Jakub «kuben» Gurchinsky Danny «zonic» Sorensen, Jimmy «Jumpy» Berndtsson, Sergey «starix» Ischuk and many others.
Jan «Sa7Eva» Zhonghao
Gu «originalheart» Yaming
Fu «QKA» Nikko
Song «Mh» Mingheng
Le «Sola» Bochuan
Harley «dsn» Orval (coach)