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Jarosław “pashaBiceps” Jarząbkowski, one of the most popular figures in the CSGO scene and a legend of Virtus.pro, has announced that he will go through qualifications at World Electronic Sports Games (WESG). More interestingly, his squad consists of young, promising stars from his very own Pasha Gaming School.
Pasha Gaming School builds up CSGO youngsters
Pasha Gaming School is a FACEIT league of sorts that is separated into hubs and levels. Everyone can sign up with a subscription and compete among the ranks with others. According to esportnow.pl, the project offers the most promising players help to grow by pitting them against professional CSGO players and provides the possibility of competing on the highest of levels. Well, that time to compete has come as pashaBiceps has formed a team in which he himself will compete, alongside youngsters from his Pasha Gaming School:
- Jarosław “pasha” Jarząbkowski
- Kamil “Siuhy” Szkaradek
- Wojciech “rick” Klęba
- Igor “ewrzyn” Olszewski
- Mateusz “MTZ” Malinowski
The team is set to undergo a very long and rough qualification process to get to the actual WESG event. The squad has to go through open qualifiers, followed by closed qualifiers, before getting to the regional finals. However, if the young team finds success at the qualifier stages, they will join the ranks of Aristocracy, Virtus.pro, and Illuminar, Polish professional teams that received direct invites to the main event.
Given the immense experience accumulated by the boss, pashaBiceps, it surely is an honor for the aspiring future pros to compete with him at the forefront. Hopefully the team goes far in the qualifiers, and who knows, perhaps there is a new talent hidden on the interesting roster waiting to be unveiled.
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