Luis «peacemaker» Tadeu leaves OpTic Gaming

OpTic Gaming took the decision after peacemaker’s test period in the team on coach position and decided to part ways with him.

Luis «peacemaker» Tadeu joined OpTic Gaming as a coach on the test period in February when Peter «stanislaw» Jarguz transferred to Team Liquid.

OpTic Gaming showed rather disappointing results being headed by the Brazilian coach. On DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017 they took 9-12 place and on Intel Extreme Masters World Championship 2017 they took 11-12 place.

Oscar Canellas told that peacemaker does not suit the style of the team and also added that the player was too emotional sometimes.

In his post on TwitLonger, peacemaker told about leaving of Stanislaw and rumors around mixwell and RUSH transfer:

«After losing stanislaw the team lost leadership/guidance and together with that a lot of losses and internal problems started to happen, we tried to handle all this the best way we could but with all the rumours regarding mixwell/rush leaving to Liquid I felt like the team completely lost motivation to keep working in a way where we barely practiced after Katowice. I don`t blame the guys at all and even for me the situation got out of control in a way that I just couldn`t do anything besides wait to see what would happen.

I have a very particular way of coaching my teams and I may not be the best when it comes to dealing with a lot of problems but I have my own system of working and a way of dealing with the players that did work very good in my past teams but unfortunately in this moment it didnt work with OpTic.

I am not hypocrite and for me I hadnt time enough to put work and show the guys what im capable of doing but in their eyes my coaching style doesn`t match with what they`re looking for at the moment, which is completely acceptable and that`s the main reason why we were on a trial period.

I definitely hold nothing against my ex teammates and I wish them nothing but the best in their future, Hector is probably the best eSports owner I ever met in eSports and he really did make me feel at home. A cold one (no kappa) since living in Chicago is really different than Brazil but still :D

Also a huge thanks for all the OpTic GreenWall fans, they are really passionate and I rarely saw any of you criticizing me or the team even tho we struggled recently, this is how its supposed to be and I really hope we cross our paths in the future again so I can give you guys better moments.

As for my future, I am heading back to Brazil right now to spend some time with my family and I`ll be looking forward to continue my coaching career somewhere else and hopefully in a close future.»