Virtus.pro parts with PashaBiceps
Virtus.pro reported Wednesday it has ended the agreement of Jaroslaw “pashaBiceps” Jarzabkowski following five years with the group.
The 30-year-old Polish player said he will investigate different choices in CS:GO.
“Virtus.pro has been my home for a long time, however at this point it’s an ideal opportunity to advance and make a next huge advance for me,” pashaBiceps said in an announcement. “On account of everybody and good fortunes to the new folks. I will enjoy a little reprieve, yet Papito will be back like Terminator – better and more grounded.”
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pashaBiceps is a standout amongst the most observed Counter-Strike players ever, with a vocation spreading over 10 years.
In December, VP incidentally stopped focused tasks and at last patched up its dynamic lineup. The Polish association moved pashaBiceps and Piotr “morelz” Taterka to inert status and discharged Filip “Neo” Kubski.