SEAL Esports have announced that they have ventured into Counter-Strike with the signing of the team known as attackiereN.
Created only last month, the Polish team is headlined by Piotr "peet" Ćwikliński, who attended two Majors in 2015 with eBettle and Vexed, and Oskar "oskarish" Stenborowski, formerly of Lounge Gaming and ALTERNATE aTTaX.
With the second season of the Polish Esports League due to begin shortly, the team's aspirations have been given a considerable boost as they have joined the ranks of SEAL Esports, a brand new organisation based in Poland.
From the original attackiereN roster, only four players are moving to SEAL as Bartosz "fines" Załęcki has since been replaced by Michał "mono" Gabszewicz. Dawid "DEJV" Herczyński, who played alongside peet on MaxFloPlaY in the early days of CS:GO, has also been brought in as a team coach.
"I am really happy that after a long period of time we have managed to establish a promising team with strong personalities," oskarish told HLTV.org.
"The chemistry, drive and motivation are top-notch, and we hope to preserve that. We are proud to be part of SEAL Esports, who will give us the invaluable opportunity to focus exclusively on the game.
"Counter Strike in Poland is growing rapidly, and the competition is much more demanding. We will give our all for this team."
SEAL Esports have the following roster:
Dawid "DEJV" Herczyński (coach)