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Evil Geniuses Parts Ways With CS:GO Coach Zews



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Yesterday, the rumors said that North American organization Evil Geniuses will be parting ways with their newest coach, Wilton “zews” Prado, who joined the team after the departure of Chet “ImAPet” Singh last year.

After a short period, 33-year-old Brazilian coach zews confirmed the rumors by sharing a new post on his official Twitter account and said that he stepped down from being the head coach of CS:GO.

While zews was wishing the best for his teammates for the future, he also announced that he is looking for his options in CS:GO and working alongside Evil Geniuses to figure out what is next for him.

“I would like to take the time to address the recent news and confirm that moving forward, I will no longer be the head coach for EG CS:GO. I would first like to thank Evil Geniuses as an org, it was a pleasure to work alongside you all,” zews said. “It has been a crazy 14 months with many ups and downs. During what turned out to be one of the craziest periods in human history, I saw our team reach #1 in the world and lift many trophies, while also facing painful losses. Even though my time here was brief, these are memories that I will not forget.”

Evil Geniuses Performance With zews

zews joined Evil Geniuses in April 2020, and the roster struggled to perform in the first month. After they got used to each other, the team promising performances in the tournaments.

In June, Evil Geniuses become the third-best team at BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Showdown, and they started to increase their performances rapidly. In BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Finals, they won the trophy by beating MIBR in the finals.

Also, Evil Geniuses won cs_summit 6 Online: North America against Furia Esports and they claimed the trophy of ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online – North America against Team Liquid.

Even though they couldn’t reach out to the finals of ESL Pro League Season 12: North America, they were the third-best team in the tournaments. With these results, they were the best team in the world rankings for a short period.

Unfortunately, the downfall of the Evil Geniuses started after Intel Extreme Masters XV – New York Online: North America in October 2020, and they couldn’t reach out to the finals at any tournament since then.

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