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pita

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Player Information
Name:
Faruk Pita
Born:
December 18, 1990 (age 33)
Status:
Years Active (Player):
2007 – 2014
2016 – 2017
Years Active (Coach):
2014 – 2016
2018 – 2019
2021 – Present
Role:
Approx. Total Winnings:
$41,533
Links
History
Counter Strike
2009-01-03 – 2009-??-??
2009-01-03 – 2009-08-12
2009-08-12 – 2009-09-20
2009-09-20 – 2010-07-08
2010-09-07 – 2010-12-10
2010-12-10 – 2011-06-10
2011-06-21 – 2012-01-29

Counter Strike: Global Offensive
2012-09-20 – 2012-10-30
2012-10-30 – 2012-12-11
2012-??-?? – 2012-??-??
2013-04-03 – 2013-10-04
2013-10-04 – 2013-12-14
2014-03-07 – 2014-05-22
2014-05-26 – 2014-06-20
2014-08-13 – 2015-04-27
2015-12-06 – 2016-07-14
CLG (Coach)
2016-12-22 – 2017-02-01
2017-03-20 – 2017-06-06
2017-06-06 – 2017-06-??
2018-02-01 – 2020-01-06
2021-08-24 – 2021-11-26
CPH Flames (Coach)
2021-11-26 – 2022-06-16
Dignitas (Coach)
2023-08-15 – 2024-02-15
00 Nation (Coach)


Faruk "pita" Pita (born December 18, 1990) is a Swedish-Bosnian professional Counter-Strike 2 coach and a former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive coach and a retired professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Counter-Strike player.

In September 2020, he received a 10-month ban from all ESIC member events starting September 28, 2020 for exploiting a coach spectating bug during his time at Ninjas in Pyjamas. [1] His ban was later reduced to 5.5 months for having his confession fully accepted and for his help in the investigation of the bug. [2] Additionally, pita received a three Major ban in January 2021 from Valve due to exploiting the coaching bug. [3]

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