Orgless are looking for a CS:GO coach

Orgless are looking for a CS:GO coach

The North American Counter-Strike: Global Offensive stack Orgless, which is currently competing in FLASHPOINT is reportedly seeking a Coach/Analyst to fill their ranks and help them achieve international success.

 

Orgless is a North American CS:GO team formed on February 1, by a quintet of players in Pujan "FNS" Mehta, Matthew "Wardell" Yu, Yassine "Subroza"' Taoufik, Jaccob "yay" Whiteaker and Gage "Infinite" Green, all of whom previously played at Swole Patrol, with the exception of Wardell who was a member of Ghost Gaming and Rogue.

Two weeks after the team formed, Orgless claimed silver at Flashpoint Season 1: North American Qualifier and earlier this Month went the distance at Flashpoint Season 1: LAN Qualifier, where they defeated AVEZ, DETONA and Chaos Esports Club, thus qualified for the inaugural season of FLASHPOINT.

Despite their success at FLASHPOINT qualifiers, FNS and co. failed to see much success at Americas Minor Championship - Rio 2020: North American Closed Qualifier. There Orgless defeated Yeah Gaming, but fell flat in round two against Gen.G Esports, which saw them tumble down to the lower bracket. There Orgless edged past Swole Patrol, yet failed to repeat their success in the final fixture against Triumph, who eliminated them with a reverse sweep on Dust II (12-16) and Inferno (14-16).

Orgless finished qualifiers at a seventh-eighth place, thus missed out on securing a spot at American Minor Championship. Nonetheless, FNS and co. still had a ticket for FLASHPOINT, where they got seeded into GROUP C (Group of Assisted Living) alongside Dignitas, Cloud9 and newly-formed FunPlus Phoenix roster.

Unfortunately, Orgless suffered a reverse sweep in their opening fixture at FLASHPOINT against Dignitas earlier this Sunday. Their next opponent are FunPlus Phoenix, who lost to Cloud9 and dropped down to the lower bracket. The fixture is set to be played on Thursday, March 19.

The team is now seeking for a coach or analyst who will join them in their quest to establish themselves as a competitive quintet and hopefully get offered a contract from an esports organisation. The announcement came via FNS's Twitter post, where the team captain claimed Orgless are looking for a supporting staff member, who will "get paid what we [Orgless] get paid". 

As a CS:GO team without an organisation, Orgless unfortunately don't have the funds of professional esports organisations, meaning they finance themselves with tournament winnings. That also means they can’t afford to splash out a lot of money to acquire a coach for their team. That said, due to their successful venture through FLASHPOINT qualifiers, Orgless are now eligible for a US $25,000 monthly stipend from the tournament organiser.

At the time of writing, Orgless have yet to find a suitable coach/analyst, however, a few individuals have expressed their desire to join Orgless, namely Daniil “pipsoN” Mesheryakov, who is a former CS:GO pro and currently the head coach of pro100 CS:GO roster. Other speculations suggest Jakub "kuben" Gurczyński could join Orgless, since lost his job as Virtus.pro head coach in December, when the Russian team signed the entire AVANGAR's roster.

Orgless are currently:

Pujan "FNS" Mehta

Yassine "Subroza" Taoufik

Matthew "WARDELL" Yu

Jaccob "yay" Whiteaker

Gage "Infinite" Green

Written by KrajnikT

Tit Krajnik (KrajnikT) is an esports writer for onlineesports.com, where he reports news, features and writes other content related to the players, teams, industry and the esports scene as a whole.

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