PashaBiceps returns to competitive CS:GO

He's played his first match since last December.

Photo via DreamHack

Jarosław “pashaBiceps” Jarząbkowski has played in his first official CS:GO match since last December when he was still representing Virtus Pro.

The legendary player joined a team of Polish rookies called Youngsters. They played their first match today against Epsilon at an online league called UCC Summer Smash. Although Youngsters lost 2-0, pashaBiceps performed well, with 40 kills and 36 deaths. He was by far the best player on his team.

PashaBiceps gave a hint on Twitter yesterday that his fellow teammate Filip “NEO” Kubski isn’t joining him on this new adventure anymore. The veteran has been signed by FaZe Clan, where he’ll replace Dauren “AdreN” Kystaubayev and take on the in-game leader role for the international team.

PashaBiceps has been frequently streaming FPL, PUGs, and matchmaking matches since his departure. Virtus Pro released him from his contract in February after he spent almost five years with the Russian organization.

He won big tournaments with Virtus Pro, including the EMS One Katowice Major in March 2014 and ELEAGUE season one in July 2016. His last significant trophy while representing Virtus Pro came at DreamHack Masters Las Vegas in February 2017.

Since Youngsters doesn’t have ties with any professional organization yet, it’s unknown if pashaBiceps will keep playing for them moving forward. Youngsters will play against Vega Squadron in their next game at UCC Summer Smash tomorrow at 6am CT.