|Name||Kim Gyeong-tak (김경탁)|
|Country of Birth||South Korea|
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Kim "Dokgo" Gyeong-tak (Hangul: 김경탁) was previously the coach for Team AURORA. He was previously known as tak2.
Pathos was sponsored by CTU and became CTU Pathos in October 2015 and played in the KeSPA Cup in November, where they placed 5th-8th after a quarterfinal lost to KT Rolster. Dokgo left CTU Pathos in December and joined the rebuilding European Challenger team SK Gaming, along with Korean mid laner SuNo.
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Dokgo Tournament Results Date Pl Event Last Result Team Roster 2018-08-20 8 TCL 2018 Summer8 - 20RR AUR
2017-08-26 2 LJL 2017 Summer Playoffs2 : 3RPG DFM
2017-08-14 1 LJL 2017 Summer9 - 1RR DFM
2017-07-06 1 Rift Rivals 2017 GPL-LJL-OPL3 : 1GPL DFM
2016-02-23 5 EUCS 2016 Spring1-0-4RR SK
2015-11-14 5 - 8 KeSPA Cup 20151 : 2KT CTU P
2015-08-06 4 CK 2015 Summer4 - 6RR Pathos
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