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Player Information
Name:
Daniel Montaner
Nationality:
Born:
August 13, 1986 (age 36)
Status:
Years Active (Player):
2003 – 2016
Years Active (Org):
2016 – 2017
Years Active (Coach):
2019 – 2020
Role:
Approx. Total Winnings:
$79,025
Links
History
Counter-Strike
200?-??-?? – 200?-??-??
200?-??-?? – 2007-06-11
2008-12-14 – 2011-07-28
201?-??-?? – 201?-??-??

Counter-Strike: Source
2007-06-11 – 2008-11-18

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
201?-??-?? – 2013-??-??
2013-??-?? – 2013-11-18
2015-12-19 – 2016-06-23
2016-07-22 – 2017-11-??
FaZe Clan (Manager)
2019-01-27 – 2019-03-03
Swole Patrol (Trial Coach)
2019-03-03 – 2019-04-04
Swole Patrol (Coach)
2019-04-04 – 2019-08-29
2019-08-29 – 2020-02-05
Swole Patrol (Coach)
2020-02-05 – 2020-03-16


Daniel "fRoD" Montaner (born August 13, 1986) is a retired American professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Counter-Strike coach, manager and player who is most known for his time in Complexity Gaming and Evil Geniuses. In 2016, fRoD made a short lasting transition to Overwatch where he represented FaZe Clan, later becoming their esports manager for a year before returning to Counter-Strike to coach Swole Patrol. On May 7, 2020, he retired and switched to VALORANT after getting signed by T1 as their head coach.

Professional Career[edit]

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Trivia[edit]

  • He was nominated for 'eSports Player of the Year' 2005, as well as for the 'North American Player of the Decade' for 2000 - 2010.
  • Was ranked the 14th best player of 2010. [1]
  • He previously worked at a bank during his hiatus after leaving United5 before re-joining compLexity Gaming from late 2013 to late 2015.
  • When his longtime teammate Warden got married in November 2015, fRoD served as one of his groomsmen along with Storm. [2]

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