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Filip “NEO” Kubski is to stay on the CSGO ARCY team, rejoining his former Virtus.pro teammate, Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas. To complete the roster, Olek “hades” Miskiewicz has come on board by being loaned out from AVEZ.
Virtus.pro duo join forces at ARCY
ARCY had been left with three players following the departure of Jacek “MINISE” Jeziak and Paweł “dycha” Dycha. The team entered 2020 with an incomplete roster. However, NEO and hades have come on board to make ARCY a viable force once again.
NEO has already come on board before at the Qi Banja Luka tournament in Bosnia in early December. Unfortunately, the Polish squad was blown out by Juggernauts in the upper bracket with a 2-0 loss and was eliminated by Copenhagen Flames in the lower bracket. ARCY placed last in what was a small 4-team tournament, with pro100 coming out on top in the final.
hades loaned in from AVEZ
Hades, a relatively new player on the CSGO scene, has been loaned out from Polish organization AVEZ to fill another vacant spot at ARCY. The 20-year-old was present at AGO on trial before joining AVEZ this past December.
With these newcomers, the current ARCY roster looks as follows:
- Filip “NEO” Kubski
- Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas
- Karol “rallen” Rodowicz
- Mikołaj “mouz” Karolewski
- Olek “hades” Miskiewicz (loaned from AVEZ)
- Mariusz “Loord” Cybulski (coach)
TaZ has chimed in on Twitter on the team’s goal for the 2020 CSGO season. It seems that ARCY’s goal is to “win online minor quals” which hints at qualifications for the upcoming IEM Katowice event. The online qualifier takes place on Jan. 9 and ends on Jan. 10. Illuminar and Heroic are two other teams that have been confirmed thus far (out of a total of eight). Three teams will progress to the elusive IEM Katowice event in late February.
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