Into the Breach Coach Juve Declares Free Agency Following PGL Major Setback

Gustavo "Juve" Alexandre, the coach of Into the Breach, has announced his availability for offers in both coaching and analyst roles. This revelation comes in the aftermath of the team's disappointing performance in the Europe RMR A tournament, where they were eliminated with a 0-3 record after losses to G2, BetBoom, and 3DMAX. The team, which reintroduced Thomas "Thomas" Utting into the starting lineup in December, aimed to maintain the core that had reached the playoffs of BLAST Paris Major.

Despite being under contract with Into the Breach, Juve took to Twitter to express his openness to offers. He emphasized his desire to continue in a coaching role, but also indicated a willingness to consider an analyst position.

Juve initially joined Into the Breach in January 2022 and re-signed with the organization a year later after the CS:GO squad underwent changes at the end of the season. The team had an unexpected journey to the quarter-finals of the Paris Major before facing defeat against eventual champions Vitality.

Following the Major, Into the Breach underwent several roster changes. Players like Sebastian "volt" Maloș and Cai "CYPHER" Watson were transferred to GamerLegion and TSM, respectively, and Thomas was moved to the bench. Juve himself was benched at one point, replaced by Martin "trace" Heldt, only to return to the team less than three months later.

Currently holding the 57th position in the world rankings, Into the Breach now directs its attention to the European open qualifiers for IEM Dallas, scheduled for March 2-5.