Unikrn Exclusive Interview: Titus “LeDuck” Hafner
We were able to catch up with Titus “LeDuck” Hafner, coach for Inspire eSports, and former coach for ROCCAT and Origen.
Last summer he left Origen shortly before Worlds. Former analyst for the team Tadayoshi “Hermit” Littleton, took his place, but left for another team, NRG soon after. Recently, yet another coach has left the team, Nicolai “Hazel” Larsen after only a month. We wanted to know his thoughts on why the team can’t seem to keep a coach.
Among a host of reasons coaches don’t stick with the team, coaches don’t seem to be treated well. “No coach in Origen has had a contract so far”.
In this interview LeDuck discusses:
- Why coaches keep leaving Origen.
- How coaches are treated by Origen.
- What the LCS field looks like now.
- What the differences and pros and cons are on playing/coaching on a Challenger team instead of in the LCS.
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