MICHU parts ways with ex-Virtus.pro
The 23-year-old Michał "MICHU" Müller is looking for new opportunities after his team was dropped by the Virtus.pro organization.
MICHU was destined to join Virtus.pro ever since his stand-in stint for the side at Gfinity in 2015, but the offer only came three years later, at the start of 2018. Coming in as a replacement for Wiktor "TaZ" Wojtas didn't invigorate the team as it was hoped as the Polish powerhouse went on a downward spiral.
Numerous roster changes weren't able to steer the ship back on course and return Virtus.pro to the greatness of the early years, with the story of the Polish lineup coming to an end recently as the organization dropped the squad in favor of the former AVANGAR roster.
Throughout the two years he spent in Virtus.pro, MICHU was one of the best performing players, averaging a 1.11 rating in 2019. His best achievements are a couple of second places, namely the ones at the V4 Future Sports Festival 2018 and 2019, and the CS:GO Asia Championship 2018.
After being dropped by the organization, ex-Virtus.pro initially stuck together, but MICHU has now announced that he is going to be looking for new opportunities. However, he will be helping out the team in qualifiers until they find a long-term replacement.
ex-Virtus.pro is now down to four:
Jakub "kuben" Gurczynski (coach)