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Fnatic Signs Keita As A Strategic Coach

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Jamie Hall, known as “Keita,” is a 28-year-old British CS:GO coach who had worked for teams like Epsilon Esports, Complexity Gaming, Chaos Esports Club, and many more.

Fnatic, on the other hand, is one of the household organizations in the CS:GO scene. Unfortunately, the Swedish organization has been struggling for the last three years to perform among the best teams.

Because of that, Fnatic wanted to rebuild the roster. As they parted ways with their long-time player Jesper “JW” Wecksell, they also signed Alex “ALEX” McMeekin and William “mezii” Merriman.

Yesterday, Fnatic announced on their official website as well as Twitter that they signed Keita as their new strategic coach, and he will be working with Andreas “Samuelsson” Samuelsson during this period.

“Happy to have found a new home in Fnatic,” Keita showed how excited he is about joining one of the biggest organizations. “Excited to start this journey with this talented group of players!”

Here is the official announcement from Fnatic:

“As our transformation of CS:GO continues, today we are proud to announce the appointment of Jamie “keita” Hall as CS:GO Strategic Coach. Jamie brings with him ten years of professional experience to help propel Fnatic CS:GO into the future.

Tasked primarily with in-game performance, Jamie’s introduction to the coaching team allows CS:GO Head Coach Andreas Samuelsson to truly spur change within our CS:GO rosters.

Andreas will be supporting and developing both CS:GO teams, taking a holistic approach across physical and mental wellbeing, personal and professional development and driving performance as the Leader of Fnatic Counter-Strike.”

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