12 March 2018 - 21:14

Team Kinguin forms Polish squad featuring TaZ

Kinguin has brought on a Polish legend to guide its team in ESEA’s Premier league.
CS:GO Writer
Photo via ELEAGUE

Team Kinguin has undergone massive roster changes to make way for one of Counter-Strike’s most legendary players.

Former Virtus Pro veteran Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas is joining Team Kinguin, after he was benched from what was once the longest standing lineup in CS:GO history. Kinguin removed Portuguese stars Ricardo “Fox” Pacheco and Christopher “MUTiRiS” Fernandes from its lineup to allow for the arrival of TaZ, Pawel “Reatz” Janczak, and Jacek “MINISE” Jeziak.

Related: Veteran TaZ benched by Virtus Pro, MICHU tapped as replacement

One month ago, Kinguin’s own Michal “MICHU” Müller replaced TaZ on Poland’s most successful Counter-Strike team in history. With this change, the title of longest standing roster in CS:GO history now belongs to Vega Squadron, who’ve been together since 2016.

VP experienced a gradual decline throughout 2017 that resulted in the organization’s first roster change since 2014. The team’s disappointing 0-3 run at the ELEAGUE Boston Major seemed to be the nail in the coffin for the Polish quintet, as they lost to Quantum Bellator Fire, Fnatic, and Major-winner Cloud9.

“I have never had problems with motivation, but I can tell you now—I am happier and more motivated than ever!” TaZ said in a Facebook post after he was cut from the active VP roster.

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