The Polish based Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team Team Kinguin announced changes in their CS:GO roster.
Two polish players left the team to innactivity as Kacper 'Kap3r' Słoma and Grzegorz 'SZPERO' Dziamałek were both removed from the active roster.
To replace the two, some familiar faces were brought in and made out of the once all Polish line-up an European mix.
The two that joined the team are Christopher 'MUTiRiS' Fernandes whom recently left Giants Gaming and compatriot, Ricardo 'fox' Pacheco whom was last seen playing under the Team Dignitas jersey.
The announcement of the move was made on the official website of Team Kinguin where it is posted:
"Welcome back, Ricardo 'fox' Pacheco!
Fox, one of the members of Team Kinguin's initial squad, returns as a starting member in the newest iteration of our CS:GO roster. Ricardo is primarily remembered as a popular player of the Portuguese team k1ck. His experience, which he accumulated while playing for such teams as G2, FaZe, SK (stand-in) and dignitas will be a key factor in the team's future endeavors. We are confident that his individual skills and familiarity with international events will elevate the team's results to a new level.
Hello, Christopher 'MUTiRiS' Fernandes!
MUTiRiS has spent most of the last eight years playing for k1ck, first in 1.6 and then in CS:GO, attending multiple international events. Christopher is often regarded by the community as a strong entry fragger. We are sure that, together with Fox, MUTiRiS will achieve great results alongside his new teammates."
As for the two departuring players, they are for the time being on the innactive status and their future is unclear.
With this in mind, the new CS:GO team for Team Kinguin is:
- Karol 'rallen' Rodowicz
- Michal 'MICHU' Muller
- Mikolaj 'mouz' Karolewski
- Ricardo 'fox' Pacheco
- Christopher 'MUTiRiS' Fernandes
- Kacper 'Kap3r' Sloma (innactive)
- Grzegorz 'SZPERO' Dziamalek (innactive)
- Bartosz 'Hyper' Wolny (substitute)
- Mariusz 'Loord' Cybulski (coach)