dayV1D stands down as ORDER coach
Matt "dayV1D" David is seeking new opportunities after stepping down as ORDER's coach, the North American has announced.
The former CLG head analyst had been assisting the Australian team from the United States since September, helping them to qualify for a series of international events, including the WESG Finals, IEM Katowice and, more recently, the ESL Pro League Season 7 Asia-Pacific Finals.
On Twitter, Matt "dayV1D" David, who competed in ESL Pro League Season 3 with KKona, thanked ORDER for the opportunity and revealed that he is open to offers from all regions as he plans to continue coaching.
"Thank you, emagine, for trusting me and giving me the opportunity to work with such an incredible talented team," dayV1D wrote. "You have been a great person to work with, and a great friend.
"Special thanks to ORDER for everything they have done for me, and to the boys as well. I have so much faith that the organisation will succeed with the people behind it! They do business right.
"It has been a wild ten months with amazing experience, and I wish the boys the best of luck."
ORDER have not yet announced a replacement for the North American coach. The Australian team's next event will be the Pro League APAC Finals, from April 20-22, where eight teams will duke it out for two spots at the main event, in Dallas.
As of today I am seeking a new team for the position of fulltime coach. I am interested in exploring all options from all regions! DMs are open, RTs appreciated.— ORDER dayV1D (@dayV1Dlive) 6 de abril de 2018