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Personal Information
Name:
Alessandro Marcucci
Born:
December 9, 1985 (1985-12-09) (age 36)
Nationality:
Years Active (Coach):
2001 – 2022
Roles:
Approx. Total Winnings:
$67
Links
History
Counter-Strike
200?-??-?? – 200?-??-??
GameCrashers (Manager)
200?-??-?? – 2004-06-07
Crazy (Coach)
2004-06-07 – 2007-??-??
g3nerationX (Coach)

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
2016-04-18 – 2016-05-12
Keyd Stars (Coach)
2016-05-12 – 2016-07-30
WinOut.net (Coach)
2016-07-30 – 2017-01-02
Luminosity (Coach)
2017-01-25 – 2017-08-21
2017-08-21 – 2018-04-22
Luminosity (Coach)
2018-01-13 – 2018-??-??
Yeah (Organization)
2018-04-22 – 2018-08-21
Não Tem Como (Coach)
2018-08-21 – 2018-09-27
NoTag (Coach)
2018-08-21 – 2019-09-01
INTZ eSports (Coach)
2019-09-01 – 2020-02-18
INTZ (Coach)
2020-02-24 – 2021-01-15
BOOM Esports (Coach)
2020-11-24 – 2021-01-15
BOOM Esports (Manager)
2021-01-15 – 2022-01-21
MIBR (Coach)


Alessandro "Apoka" Marcucci (born December 9, 1985) is a Brazilian professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive coach and former Counter-Strike player and coach.

In September 2020, Apoka received a 5.4-month ban from all ESIC member events starting September 28, 2020 for exploiting a coach spectating bug during his time at Luminosity Gaming, INTZ eSports, and BOOM Esports. [1] His ban was quietly reduced following an appeal to ESIC dating back to November 2020 but only being ratified on April 13, 2021; the reduction in his ban would have ended his ban on January 15, 2021. [2]

Additionally, Apoka received a permanent ban from Valve events due to exploiting the coaching bug. [3]

Achievements[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • Apoka's nickname is the diminutive of his old nickname "Apocalypse", he had to change it because he lost a 1v1 against a guy with the same nickname (they had bet that the winner would stay with the nickname). bit and dread actually played the 1v1 for him but they still lost it.
  • Was elected by public the best coach of 2021 in Brazil at Gamers Club Awards. [4]

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