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Player Information
Name:
Сергій Бежанов
Romanized Name:
Serhii Bezhanov
Nationality:
Born:
September 19, 1987 (age 35)
Status:
Years Active (Player):
2006 – 2010
Years Active (Org):
2013 – 2015
Years Active (Coach):
2010
2015 – Present
Years Active (Talent):
2019 – Present
Teams:
Monte
Maincast
Alternate IDs:
LMBT
Approx. Total Winnings:
$8,256
Links
History
Counter-Strike
200?-??-?? – 2008-10-10
200?-??-?? – 2009-06-02
2009-??-?? – 2009-10-28
2009-10-28 – 2009-12-11
2010-01-08 – 2010-06-15
2010-??-?? – 2010-12-20
forZe (Coach)

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
2013-??-?? – 2013-07-19
Virtus.pro (Manager)
2013-07-19 – 2013-12-30
Astana Dragons (Manager)
2014-03-07 – 2015-06-??
HellRaisers (Manager)
2015-06-?? – 2016-06-16
HellRaisers (Coach)
2016-08-25 – 2016-09-11
2016-09-11 – 2019-02-04
mousesports (Coach)
2019-02-04 – 2019-03-17
mouz (Inactive Coach)
2019-03-17 – 2019-09-04
HellRaisers (Coach)
2019-09-04 – 2019-09-08
HR (Inactive Coach)
2020-01-28 – 2020-02-13
AVANGAR Q (Coach)
2020-02-13 – 2020-03-16
AVANGAR (Coach)
2020-04-17 – 2020-07-01
forZe (Assistant Coach)
2020-07-01 – 2020-10-12
forZe (Coach)
2021-05-15 – 2022-08-01
GORILLAZ (Coach)
2022-08-01 – 2022-10-06
TITANS (Coach)
2022-10-06 – 2022-12-31
TITANS (Inactive Coach)
2023-01-18 – Present
Monte (Coach)

Broadcasting
2020-03-17 – Present


Serhii "lmbt" Bezhanov (born September 19, 1987) is a Ukrainian professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive coach, a broadcast analyst for Russian-language Maincast broadcasts, a former professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive manager, and a retired Counter-Strike player.

In September 2020, lmbt received a 7.5-month ban from all ESIC member events starting September 28, 2020 for seemingly having exploited a coach spectating bug during his time at HellRaisers and forZe. [1] He appealed this decision and was cleared from any wrongdoing three weeks later on October 15. [2]

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