Kinguin acquire Dobry&Gaming
Kinguin have acquired the Polish roster previously under the banner of Dobry&Gaming, the gaming marketplace has announced.
The Polish team have only played under Dobry&Gaming for three weeks after they attended their last event under CSGOLounge - the DreamHack European Minor, where Paweł "innocent" Mocek and company finished in last place following losses to HellRaisers and GODSENT.
Kinguin have now acquired the squad who will all be moving to Warsaw, where they'll be living separately while training daily at a facility provided by their new organization.
Dobry&Gaming move to Kinguin
Kinguin will also hire sports professionals, such as a psychologist, to help take care of the team, HLTV.org has learned.
Kinguin are returning to the CS:GO scene with a team after nine months, the last time the company had a roster under their wings was in September last year, before the team now known as FaZe moved to G2.
"It’s exciting to start this new chapter in our team’s life. Working with Kinguin opens up a lot of possibilities, we believe that with this support we can compete head-to-head with the top teams at major events." Kinguin's coach, Mariusz "Loord" Cybulski, said in a press release.
"We are sure that with Kinguin’s support we will be able to make our dreams come true and can’t wait to start working towards achieving that."
Kinguin now have:
Mariusz "Loord" Cybulski (coach)
Kinguin are currently participating in Uprise Champions Cup Season 4, which is currently in the second group phase, and Razer Rising Stars Europe.