Nikola “LEGIJA” Ninić, a German-Serbian coach and retired professional Fights back player, switched to VALUABLE, joins Bleed, a European-Singapore team, the organization announced today.
The 31-year-old was last seen coaching BIG as an interim coach in November 2021. He has extensive experience in the FPS field, having competed in Counter-Strike 1.6 in 2012 and play for CS GO teams like MOUZ, NRG, BIG and Envy. During the years he was in CS GO, from 2012 to 2021, he took on coaching roles in BIG, Team Kinguin and Envy.
Bleed, an organization based in Singapore, supported a team in VALUABLE since September 2021 and began signing a European contract last December, with the acquisition of the Swedish veteran FPS gamer Jacob “pyth” Mourujärvi and the young Swedish leader in the game Max “maxie” Lönström.
With these European signings, especially the experienced team and LEGIJA, Bleed is aiming to become one of the brightest candidates in VCT Southeast Asia (SEA) in 2022. Singapore did not compete in the group stage last year, only attending a few small slots. VALUABLE events in the area.
Bleed is yet to officially compete against pyth and maxie. The Europe-Singapore squad currently has eight players on its roster, and it’s unclear if the organization will let some of them go or if they will consider testing different starting lineups in the future. throughout the season.
https://dotesports.com/news/leg1ja-leaves-csgo-to-coach-bleed-in-valorant LEG1JA leaves CS:GO to meet coach Bleed in VALORANT