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Person Information
Name:
Ricardo Sinigaglia
Birth:
November 23, 1985 (1985-11-23) (age 35)
Nationality:
Years Active (Player):
2001 – 2011
Years Active (Org):
2015 – Present
Years Active (Coach):
2020 – Present
Role:
Approx. Total Winnings:
$394
Alternate IDs:
PICUDINHO, ricardoz1n
Links
History
Counter-Strike
2004-??-?? – 2006-??-??

Counter-Strike: Source
2007-03-?? – 2007-06-??
2007-??-?? – 2011-??-??

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
2015-07-28 – 2016-07-01
Luminosity (Manager)
2016-02-10 – 2016-06-01
Tempo Storm (Manager)
2016-07-01 – 2018-06-23
SK Gaming (Manager)
2018-01-13 – Present
Yeah (Organization)
2020-03-25 – 2020-08-31
MIBR (Coach)
2020-08-31 – 2020-09-13
MIBR (Suspended Coach)
2020-09-13 – 2020-10-28
MIBR (Inactive Coach)
2018-06-23 – 2020-10-28
MIBR (Manager)
2021-01-21 – Present
GODSENT (Manager)


Ricardo "dead" Sinigaglia (born November 23, 1985) is a Brazilian professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team manager for GODSENT and former coach and a former professional Counter-Strike and Counter-Strike: Source player.

In September 2020, dead received a 6-month ban from all ESIC member events starting August 31, 2020 for exploiting a coach spectating bug during his time at SK Gaming and MIBR. [1] His ban was later increased to 6.5 months following further investigation into his usage of the bug. [2] Additionally, dead received a three Major ban in January 2021 from Valve due to exploiting the coaching bug. [3]

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Trivia[edit]

  • He is the cousin of Caio "rkz" Sinigaglia.

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