Virtus.Pro sign snatchie
Posted: Aug 2, 2018 Written by: do_0h

The Polish based Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team, Poland Virtus.Pro, a team that is on a continues down slope for over a year by now, culminating with the removal of Poland Wiktor 'TaZ' Wojtas and Poland Janusz 'snax' Pogorzelski leaving for European Union mousesports has announced changes today.

For the past month, the guys over at Poland Virtus.Pro used Poland Piotr 'morelz' Taterka whom was on loan from Poland

Today, the managers of the team announced the addition of a permanent player in the name of former Poland AGO eSports player, Poland Michael 'snatchie' Rudzki.

The newest addition is regarded as being one of the best Polish CS:GO player at the moment with incredible stats in the past months.

The announcement of the addition was made by the managers on the official website of the team where Poland snatchie wrote:

"I'm excited to join such a renowned team as It's a whole new stage of my career, and I'm ready for it more than ever before. I'm sure we'll quickly get used to each other, and the titles won't keep us waiting. AGO Esports, thank you for everything. I wish the guys the best of luck, but it's time to move forwar."

At the same time, General Manager of Poland Virtus.Pro, Russian Federation Roman Dvoryankin had this to say:

"Michal is one of the most promising rising stars of Poland. He has already demonstrated his talent on the professional CS:GO scene.

We are looking forward to the upcoming tournaments, we are certain that counting on snatchie was the right decision.

I also want to thank morelz for his contribution to the team. Piotr is really good. We will be able to share more details on his future later."

With the addition, the stand-in, Poland Piotr 'morelz' Taterka will move to a back-up role and still be part of the team for the time being.

The new CS:GO teams for the two organizations are now as follows:

For Poland Virtus.Pro:

  • Poland Filip 'neo' Kubski
  • Poland Jarosław 'pasha' Jarząbkowski
  • Poland Pawel 'byali' Bielinski
  • Poland Michal 'MICHU' Muller
  • Poland Michael 'snatchie' Rudzki
  • Poland Piotr 'morelz' Taterka (back-up, loaned from Poland
  • Poland Jakub 'kuben' Gurczynski (coach)

While, Poland AGO eSports is left with:

  • Poland Damian 'Furlan' Kisłowski
  • Poland Dominik 'GruBy' Swiderski
  • Poland Matthew 'TOAO' Zawistowski
  • Poland Thomas 'phr' Wojcik
  • Poland Mikolaj 'miNIr0x' Michalkow (coach)
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