| Tags: CS:GO
| Author Slava Britvin
CSGO: North Part Ways with mithR, Replaces Him with Jumpy
North has decided to part ways with their coach, Torbjørn “mithR” Nyborg and is replacing him with Jimmy “Jumpy” Berndtsson.
After a rough year together, North have decided to end their partnership with Torbjørn “mithR” Nyborg. North thanked the coach but hadn’t revealed any details. Following the information provided by mithR, it seems like North has already found a replacement.
With mithR as their coach, North won ICE Challenge 2019 and DreamHack Open Sevilla. Unfortunately, these results weren't enough for the team and organization to prolong the partnership with mithR.
The decision probably came about thanks to the team's recent run of bad results — the Danes were defeated at the IEM Katowice Open Qualifiers and found no success at DreamHack Open Leipzig.
We are really happy to welcome “Jumpy” as our new CS:GO Head Coach!
“I’m super excited about the opportunity to come and coach a team like North. With the amount of inherent talent, that lies just beneath the surface, I think, it is just a matter of ti… https://t.co/wazBXT9G5U pic.twitter.com/bIeNFjrVE6
— North (@TheNorthIsHere) February 11, 2020
A few hours later, North announced that Jumpy will be their new Head Coach in his stead. He is a former pro player and was also a Head Coach at Fnatic. At Fnatic, he helped his team win a number of impressive tournaments, such as IEM Katowice 2018 and WESG 2017.
With that said, North's roster is now:
- Philip “aizy” Aistrup
- Markus “Kjaerbye” Kjærbye
- Nicklas “gade” Gade
- René “cajunb” Borg
- Mathias “MSL” Lauridsen
- Jakob “JUGi” Hansen (benched.)
- Jimmy “Jumpy” Berndtsson (Head Coach)