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Zonic miss out on Dignitas first tournament: ”He is busy having a baby”

av Simon Engstrand
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1.6-veteran Danny ”zonic” Sørensen is back and will from now on be known as the coach of Dignitas.
According to Hltv.org, zonic is expected to make his first appearence in tonights Acer Predator Masters, but new information to Aftonbladet Esport says otherwise.
– No he was never going to go, baby is due today, Dignitas-manager Michael ”ODEE” O’Dell tells Aftonbladet Esport.

The legendary CS-player, Danny ”zonic” Sørensen, is back.
He is mostly known from the 1.6 era, where he competed with some of the most famous teams in the scene, such as NoA, mTw and SK-Gaming.

His comeback has been predicted for a while, however the rumor spoke of another project in which multiple 1.6-veterens were to create a new CS:GO team. The project seems to have been put on hold, as Dignitas announced on Thursday that zonic has accepted a new role as coach of their CS:GO-squad.
Markus ”Kjærbye” Kjærbye expresses his expectations in a tweet:
”Really hoping he can bring us the last 2-3 percent to consistently perform and make results”

”Busy having a baby”

According to Hltv.org, zonic is expected to make his first official appearance in the Acer Predator Masters on Thursday night. However, Aftonbladet Esport has received new information that says otherwise, and that zonic was never meant to attend the Acer-tournament.
– He is busy having a baby, Dignitas-manager Michael ”ODEE” O’Dell tells Aftonbladet Esport and continues:
 I am looking forward to Danny giving our team some guidance, he is a legend and has done it all. He and so do I believe our team has a lot to show in the near future and we will invest in them to make sure they realize this potential.

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