Rémy "XTQZZZ" Quoniam, ex-G2 Esports coach, has decided to continue his career after a six-month break.
"When I left G2 Esports, it was very important for me to take care of my family and myself. This was the most important after the birth of our second child and the problems that followed. Now that all that is managed and behind us, it is time to go back to the fight," he noted.
XTQZZZ said for the last few months he’s been helping Team Vitality, but their cooperation ended with the Paris Major.
After XTQZZ’s departure from G2, he received offers from organizations but couldn’t accept them at the time. However, now he’s ready to explore new options.
The 34-year-old has been training G2’s CS:GO team from January to October last year, where he went after three years working with Vitality.
He started his coaching career in 2014 after five years performing as Counter-Strike: Source and CS:GO pro player.
G2 ranked second at Intel Extreme Masters XVI – Katowice with his help. But during his tenure in Team Vitality, XTQZZZ's results were more impressive. In particular, they won two IEM tournaments and took 1st, 2nd and 3rd places at various BLAST Premier tournaments.