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Person Information
Name:
Viktor Jendeby
Birth:
August 14, 1989 (1989-08-14) (age 31)
Nationality:
Status:
Years Active (Player):
2008 – 2011
Years Active (Org):
2013 – 2015
2016 – 2019
Years Active (Coach):
2012 – 2013
2015 – 2016
Role:
Approx. Total Winnings:
$568
Alternate IDs:
VUGGOD
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History
Counter-Strike
20??-??-?? – 20??-??-??
2010-01-01 – 2010-??-??

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
2012-10-30 – 2013-06-05
2013-06-20 – 2014-05-06
LGB eSports (Manager)
2014-05-06 – 2014-06-??
TEAMGLOBAL (Manager)
2015-02-02 – 2015-05-31
Team Property (Coach)
2015-06-05 – 2016-08-22
Fnatic (Coach)
2016-08-22 – 2017-07-03
Fnatic (Manager)

Broadcasting
2017-07-03 – 2019-12-28
Fragbite (Manager)
2019-12-28 – Present


Viktor "vuggo" Jendeby (born August 14, 1989) is a Swedish professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive commentator, former professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive coach, manager, interviewer, and former professional Counter-Strike player. He currently works for Global Loot who are not involved in Counter-Strike, marking his first foray outside of the game.

He previously was the manager of Fnatic after a long period of being the team's coach. Prior to that, he coached Absolute Legends and Team Property before became the manager of LGB eSports and then followed the players into TEAMGLOBAL. When he departed Fnatic, he joined Fragbite as their franchise manager but left in late 2019 to pursue a job with Global Loot, who organize tournaments in PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS, Apex Legends and Autochess.

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