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MAD Lions Coach Peacemaker Shares His Goals For 2020

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Luis Tadeu, known as “peacemaker” is a 31-year-old former Counter-Strike player and currently a coach who had worked for teams like TYLOO, Heroic, Misfits Gaming, Team Liquid, NRG Esports and many more. Since 13 December 2019, he has been coaching for MAD Lions.

On 2nd January, during the interview with ginx.tv, he revealed his goals for 2020.

interviewer asked:

“Moving on to next year, I know the 2020 CS:GO landscape is going to get a bit wild with all the leagues set to be announced. What are you looking to accomplish as a team in the new year and what are some of the main goals you have as a coach?”

peacemaker replied:

“We are aiming to be a part of one of those big leagues, and that’s certainly going to help us to gain more experience as a team and compete against way higher caliber of teams. If I’m being honest, I don’t think we are ready yet to win big events or convincingly beat any of those top five teams. This is our absolute main goal for the next year, I think that when we are prepared and my players are in the zone, we can definitely beat and upset anyone.”

He added:

“They already proved to be that kind of team, but my goal for 2020 is to make this team a consistent contender for the Top 10. I think that’s a realistic goal, I don’t think that anyone besides Astralis, Liquid, EG, Mouz and Fnatic are very consistent nowadays, so the fight for the last five spots to be on Top 10 are pretty open and depends on a lot of factors.”

peacemaker also said:

“And if I’m allowed to dream a little bigger, making it to the major in Brazil and being able to perform in front of my people would make me the happiest man alive. I understand that’s not a very realistic goal, but we will work very hard to make it to the Europe Minor in Rio at least”

Click here to read the full interview.

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