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And the search is over. Today we are proud to announce the addition of the Ukrainian Counter-Strike veteran @JohntaCSGO to our CSGO roster, who will join us as the head coach in the upcoming IEM Katowice major and beyond. #gotyloo #???? pic.twitter.com/Cy4EOKt2Ko— TYLOO (@tyloogaming) January 11, 2019
A former Ukranian CS-1.6 player, he started working as a coach four years after retiring as a professional player in 2015. As a player, Johnta has played for great teams like HellRaisers and DTS Gaming. His career as a coach started out with a team called FlipSid3 Tactic, as he worked his way up to have recently been the coach of HellRaisers.
Johnta joined HellRaisers on 7th June 2016 and was with the team for a duration of 18 months, during which the team witnessed a lot of success until recent times. Since, his departure from HR the Ukranian had been on a lookout for a challenge, finally striking a deal with Tyloo.
Happy to start working with this guys. Will try hard to bring needed elements for them to succeed with the new roster. Let the grind begin! https://t.co/HSkM8QH85M— Ivan Shevtsov (@JohntaCSGO) January 11, 2019
Jhonta will be Tyloo's first coach since the departure of Luis 'peacemaker' Tadeu, who left the team back in November 2017.
Tyloo who has also undergone a recent roster shuffle in order to strengthen their line-up after a spree of disappointing performances, had Hansel ‘BnTeT’ Ferdinand speak about the team's necessity of a coach, in order for them to appear more professional while it helps them improve their mentality and keep the morale of the team high and positive.
The following couple of months will test the changes implemented by Tyloo. Providing them with a clear picture of whether these changes have been a success or a failure.