TSM is looking for a GM to lead its CS:GO return. Here's how you may apply

TSM is looking for a GM to lead its CS:GO return. Here's how you may apply ...

TSM is planning to reintroduce its first Counter-Strike team sometime in the 2023 season.

TSM posted an ad on LinkedIn today revealing that it is on the lookout for a new top dog in the form of a CS:GO general manager, with only a few requirements to meet first.

TSM is looking for someone who "has substantial domain expertise and proficiency in the competitive CS:GO landscape," and "fluency in English," among other things.

The job position may give prospective GMs an insight into what they're hoping to implement in the future. TSM is looking for someone who has an "understanding of how to build strong teams and manage expectations of players (main team and/or academy team)."

You'll be the mastermind behind a squad that can surpass TSM's League, Dota 2, and Rainbow Six rosters, and you'll also be able to manage an academy team.

TSM hasn't been a part of the CS:GO scene for the first time. At one point, the organization fielded the core of dupreeh, device, and Xyp9x until they switched to Astralis in 2016, and we all know how well that team did after leaving.

The organization set their sights on the NA CS:GO region when the Danes crossed over to Astralis. They acquired some of the most promising new players on the scene (including FaZe's Russel "Twistzz" Van Dulken) but ended up with poor results throughout 2017.

After a controversy surrounding ex-TSM player Sean Gares' being dismissed due to a "player rights" dispute, the rest of the team followed Gares to Misfits.

The NA organization has been floating around online since then, avoiding picking up a CS:GO roster until the situation required their miraculous return.

If you think you have the experience to stage their comeback, apply now!