|Country of Birth||United Kingdom|
|Birthday||October 10, 1999 (age 19)|
|Competitive IDs||Saje, Heron, Fross|
|Soloqueue IDs||DSG Zvir, BTEC Rekkles, DeiDei|
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Tim "Zvir" Gudz is the coach for DarkSpawn Gaming. He was previously known as Heron and Fross.
Tim "Zvir" Gudz's rookie split was the ESL Premiership 2018 Spring Season, with next to no competitive experience but a great understanding for the game landing him his first job with nerdRage. After a dispute between the organization and their roster and staff at the time, they decided to go their separate ways, with the roster and staff continuing to compete under the name Raise Your Governors. Despite the team finishing bottom of the ESL Premiership, Zvir soon landed a job with Excel Esports as the head coach of the newly formed Excel Academy for Division 2 of the ESL Premiership, showing to be a promising talent as a coach in his first split. After a short break from the scene, he decided to take esports more seriously, it was at this point where he decided to officially rebrand to “Zvir” to reboot his career. He came back by becoming the manager of Newcastle Jaguars ahead of the LVP Forge of Champions 2018 Summer Season. At the same time, he was coaching NHL Unity, who finished 4th in the BPL Season 1 Playoffs. Zvir then went under the wing of well-known coach LeeJoHoo, becoming the assistant coach for Team Singularity. Following a 2nd place finish in the LCD 2018 Autumn Season, the team went on to win Playoffs with a 3-1 victory over Copenhagen Flames, collecting Zvir his first domestic title.
- Mains AD carry.
- Came into League of Legends and esports from a background of traditional sports, primarily football.
- Looks up to FORG1VEN, Imp, Uzi, Rekkles, and Hans Sama.
- Supports football team Wolverhampton Wanders.
- His favorite number is 32.
- Favorite anime is Naruto.
- Studies a degree in Esports at Staffordshire University.
- Is 1/4 Ukrainian and his ID Zvir means ‘Beast’ in Ukrainian.
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|Zvir Tournament Results|
|2019-05-17||NQ||LVP FoC 2019 Spring Promotion|
0 : 2NVis
|2019-05-01||6 - 9||LVP FoC 2019 Spring Main Event|
1 : 2DBL
|2019-03-28||9||LVP UKLC 2019 Spring|
|2018-10-07||1||LCD 2018 Autumn Playoffs|
3 : 1CPH F
|2018-09-26||2||LCD 2018 Autumn|
6 - 1RR
|2018-08-31||4||BPL Season 1 Playoffs|
FF : WS1
|2018-07-25||2||BPL Season 1|
2 - 1RR
|2018-05-02||3||ESL Premiership Div. 2 2018 Spring|
5 - 2RR
|2018-03-20||4||ESL Premiership 2018 Spring - Group A|
1 - 9RR
- October 8, Tim ‘Zvir’ Gudz’ thoughts and thankyous from the LCD Autumn Singularity Bootcamp by Tim Gudz on YouTube
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