The coach had been involved with SAW since the team’s creation, in January 2020. His break came as a surprise to many after had they established themselves as a top-30 team in the world, most notably finishing runners-up to Virtus.pro in DreamHack Open December.
AIm is back after a short break
During AIm‘s break, SAW had middling results, crashing out of the European Development Championship 2 in the quarter-finals and losing to Wisla Krakow and Winstrike in ESEA Premier, in which they currently sit fourth in Group A.
AIm will be in charge of SAW later on Thursday as the Portuguese side will face Nemiga in the Swiss Round 4 of Snow Sweet Snow 2, with a playoff spot on the line. This weekend, the team will begin their campaign in the $100,000 Pinnacle Cup, taking on Apeks in their first match.
SAW‘s roster currently looks as follows:
Ricardo “AIm” Almeida (coach)