Global Esports promote Spin to head coach position, keep BigTime
Global Esports continue to build their roster for the upcoming Pacific League season. The organization announced a couple of signings in the past couple of days, and today, they revealed their coaching staff. According to the announcement, Peter "Spin" Bradford has been promoted to the head coıach position and Morgan "BigTime" Jay will continue for another year as assistant coach for the team.
Spin and BigTime team up for another year
Last year, Global Esports haven’t been the most dominant team, neither regionally nor internationally. The organization had a packed staff with a head coach and two assistants to back him up. Hong “Eraser” Chang-pyo took the responsibility to be the ehad coach of the team, and he actually joined them in 2022, not with franchising. After a disappointing season, Global Esports continue to rebuild their roster and according to the latest news, they are going to stick with the majority of their coaching staff. The British duo will continue to work behind the scenes to get their players ready for games but with a small twist. Spin has been promoted and he will be the new head coach.
Global Esports assembled a sizable roster of 10 players at the beginning of the season. However, their season got off to a disappointing start with their performance at VCT 2023 LOCK//IN, where they finished in the 17th-32nd place bracket. Unfortunately, this disappointing trend persisted throughout the season as they could not secure qualification for any of the international events. This year, the organization is looking to turn things around and compete internationally with their new roster.
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