TaZ and NEO form Team Honoris

Filip “NEO” Kubski and Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas have declared their return to competitive Counter-Strike: Global Offensive with Team Honoris, a fresh out of the box new Counter-Strike team with the support of Red Bull. The two had spent more than ten years as colleagues on the unbelievable Virtus.pro program before TaZ wound up sidelined and in this manner released by the team in 2018. NEO remained with Virtus.pro for some time longer, at last leaving the team in mid-2019. He went through a while on FaZe Clan before being pushed aside.

TaZ and NEO: A brief run through the memories

Both NEO and TaZ rejoined for a brief timeframe with ARCY before the group disbanded. Presently, TaZ and NEO are back in the CSGO scene with Team Honoris. Joining the two CSGO veterans are three youthful players in Daniel “STOMP” Plominski, Kamil “Reiko” Cegielko, and Wojciech “Prism” Zieba.   

STOMP had burned through the vast majority of his Counter-Strike vocation with Illuminar before Honoris procured him toward the beginning of May, soon after the group’s underlying uncover. Reiko comes to Honoris from Codewise Unicorns, while the new veteran-drove group from Pompa Black explored Prism. Together, the five structure an all-Polish list that will hope to fill a portion of the openings left in the level two scene by the movement of expert players to Valorant.  

Team Honoris is at present scheduled to contend in the current week’s Home Sweet Home arrangement.

Virtus.pro Decline and Breakdown

Towards the end of TaZ’s tenure with Virtus.pro, bits of gossip whirled that breaks inside the longstanding roster were a major factor in the team’s decline and breakdown. It was something that TaZ says is his past now. As indicated by a meeting with Red Bull, the pair needed to make something of their own.

“We will pick what direction we need to go, given our insight and experience…We simply love playing PC games, and that drives us,” TaZ said.

The introduction of Valorant has seen many professional CSGO players shifting paradigms. But within this transition lies many other changes to the player rosters and some new teams coming up recently. Valve is also busy making changes in the game to maintain their threatened throne in the FPS circuit.

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