ESC Gaming unveil new team
ESC Gaming have announced that they have secured the services of a Polish CS:GO team.
ESC made headlines last month when they recruited the Danish team known as temporary ahead of the offline qualifier for ESL One Katowice.
In Poland, the team, which attended the event with Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander as a stand-in, was eliminated after just two matches, with ESC describing on Facebook the cooperation with the players as "sluggish".
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The German organisation have now decided to bet once again on a team hailing from Poland with hopes that it will bring them as much success as their previous Polish roster, which currently represents Gamers2.
Former noMERCY duo Karol "tecek" Kapczyński and Karol "repo" Cybulski are the high-profile players on this new team, which is completed by three up-and-coming Polish talents, Sebastian "NEEX" Trela, Wiktor "mynio" Kruk and Kamil "kamil" Kamiński.
"Another Polish team in ESC, this time not really known but with huge aspirations," said team manager Jakub "pynio" Pyszczek.
"The players will get the support that will certainly allow them to grow in the future to fight the best teams in europe.
"This is a big step for the players, who are motivated and determined to win. They are not well known, but we will give them a chance to grow.
"I am sure that the future will show what they can do and thanks to them we will have a lot of fun and good news."
ESC Gaming's CS:GO team consists of: