Polish veteran Jaroslaw "paschaBiceps" Jarząbkowski is joining AGO after a long spell of professional inactivity. Since paschaBiceps left Virtus.Pro in February, he has played on Youngsters, a team of young Polish talent. pashaBiceps has not been under a professional organization since.
Some of the more well-known AGO players such as Tomasz “phr” Wójcik and Grzegorz “SZPERO” Dziamałek left the organization earlier this year. However, veteran players such as Dominik "GruBy" Świderski and Damian "Furlan" Kisłowsk remain. AGO has been trying out players for some time, and the organization currently has three players on trial.
PashaBiceps will join former PRIDE player Adrian “SAYN” Łączyński and former PACT rifler Patryk “Sidney” Korab, who are all currently on trial. Originally, Miłosz “mhL” Knasiak, Olek “hades” Miskiewicz, and Eryk “leman” Kocęba were all on trial, each one has been temporarily removed to make way for three new players.
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AGO recently finished third in the Polish Esport Spring 2019 Finals after losing to eventual winners and Polish counterparts Virtus.Pro. The former Virtus.Pro player Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas-led Aristocracy finished second.
The 31-year old has been in poor form recently. Since the player left Virtus.Pro, he has failed to reach the upper echelon of Counter-Strike once more. Recently, pasha, alongside Youngsters, failed to qualify for the ESL One New York 2019 Europe Closed qualifier after finishing top 16 in the Open qualifier. However, pashaBiceps is still a Major-winner and can still benefit teams.
AGO will be participating in the upcoming ESEA MDL Season 32 Europe, to which pashaBiceps could re-enter the semi-professional Counter-Strike level. However, as a majority of this roster are currently on trial, this AGO team is not expected to be final iteration.
AGO's roster is currently: