The Malaysian organization is now taking applications for the team’s coaching position.
The position requires the coach to be able to commute to Todak’s gaming facility in Cyberjaya, Malaysia, and deep understanding of VALORANT and esports in general. Interested applicants may reach the organization through email at [email protected].
“Todak is currently looking for a coach to nurture our VALORANT team’s talents further. Being the ideal coach candidate requires you to be a motivational, compassionate, and professional leader who is genuinely passionate about fostering positive gaming spaces and thriving in social situations.” the statement reads.
NNNamia’s departure concludes a 13-month-long stint during which he contributed to Todak’s extensive list of domestic accomplishments, most notably winning First Strike MY/SG, and qualification to the 2021 VCT MY/SG Stage 2 Challengers 2 and 3, and VCT MY/SG Stage 3 Challengers 1.
Todak’s next event will be the VCT MY/SG Stage 1 Challengers Playoffs, which will take place from February 10-27. The Idzni “SENNA” Rosdi-led side are set to face Fastelle from Singapore on February 12, 13:30 SGT.
With NNNamia’s departure, Todak have:
- 🇲🇾 Idzni “SENNA” Rosdi
- 🇲🇾 Arsyad “adukaaaa” Sazali
- 🇲🇾 Shamir “subbey” Zaman
- 🇲🇾 Fakhrul “Jeed” Najeed
- 🇲🇾 Muhd “kael” Tarmizi
Cover photo courtesy of HLTV