Michal ‘OKOLICIOUZ’ Glowaty who is a member of the team EURONICS Gaming at the moment will play in matches instead of the player as a stand-in.
Byali explained his decision to leave the esports organization with the fact that the players were not able to get to a mutual understanding of principles for the team. Nothing bad happened during their bootcamp and Pawel Bielinski left not to create problems for the CS:GO roster.
Virtus.pro made replacements on its roster, not for the first time in 2019. It’s worth to remind that TOAO who was holding a position of the in-game leader left the team at the end of March and Arek ‘Vegi’ Nawojski came to the team instead of him.
The history of the relationship between Byali and Virtus.pro is pretty long. He joined the club in 2014 and was playing under the tag of “the Bears” for four years. He was benched in September 2018 and left Virtus.pro two months later. In 2019, he returned to VP to play on the renewed CS:GO roster. Now, he became a free agent again. It’s unknown at the moment where he will continue his career.
Now, the roster of Virtus.pro looks in the following way:
Michal ‘MICHU’ Muller
Michal ‘snatchie’ Rudzki
Janusz ‘Snax’ Pogorzelski
Arek ‘Vegi’ Nawojski
Michal ‘OKOLICIOUZ’ Glowaty (stand-in)
Jakub ‘kuben’ Gurczynski (coach)