The 27-year-old AWPer makes the move to AGO only four days after Michał "snatchie" Rudzki was sold to the fellow Poles in Virtus.pro, who were missing a player since Janusz "Snax" Pogorzelski went to mousesports.
SZPERO was a part of the Kinguin lineup between June 2016 and January this year, being replaced on the active roster as the Polish organization brought in Ricardo "fox" Pacheco and Christopher "MUTiRiS" Fernandes.
The Portuguese players left only two months later as Kinguin restructured around the former Virtus.pro legend Wiktor "TaZ" Wojtas, but SZPERO was not included in the new lineup and was subsequently loaned out to tomorrow, who went on to beat his new team AGO in the final of Polska Liga Esportowa S3.
This is what AGO's CEO had to say about the move:
"I am very happy that Szpero joined AGO Esports. It is a very well thought-out move that will ensure the team not only a high level of skills, but also a lot of experience and, what is even more important, a higher hunger for victory and winning mentality. Grzegorz is a very talented player with high media recognition and good reputation, so he is fully worthy of playing for the Hawks. " - AGO CEO Jakub Szumielewicz
AGO now consists of:
Grzegorz "@SZPEROcsgo" Dziamałek changes the team after more than two years. The 27-year-old player on Monday signed a contract with the Polish organization AGO Esports.— AGO Esports 🇵🇱 (@AGOesports) August 6, 2018
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