Devils.one’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squad is set to part ways with the organization, according to a report on Dexerto. The squad reportedly turned down offers to re-sign with devils.one under new contracts that would have stipulated reduced pay and a mandatory move to Warsaw for some team members.
The CS:GO team, centered around in-game leader Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas, were originally known as Team Kinguin before rebranding to devils.one in February. They feature an all-Polish lineup with TaZ, Jacek “MINISE” Jeziak and trial member Pawel “dycha” Dycha. The squad includes Team Kinguin veterans Karol “rallen” Rodowicz and Mikolaj “mouz” Karolewski.
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Devils.one have enjoyed respectable placements this year, outpacing Ninjas in Pyjamas in their ESL Pro League Round One group. The team’s best result following their rebrand was a first-place finish over NoChance at the GG League 2019 Warszawa Offline Qualifier.
At this point, it’s unclear if devils.one’s Round Two spot in this year’s ESL Pro League will go to the players or the organization—or if it will simply be taken over by another team. Per Dexerto’s report, devils.one’s former players have not yet decided whether they will stay together as a team or part ways, and are currently exploring both options.