Oskarish Released from CSGL
CSGL, the CSGO Lounge organization have announced on Facebook that Oskar “oskarish” Stenborowski has been removed from the team.
Team captain Pawel “innoncent” Mocek explained in a statement that Oskar “oskarish” Stenborowski is not yet ready to compete on a top level due to his lack of experience.
“When we started play with Oskar, we knew that it was a step back, with a hope for two steps forward,” Mocek said.”
“Unfortunately, it seems like Oskar is too young to catch up and to be ready to play on this level.”
“We wish him best of luck in finding a new team. Hopefully he will show 100% of his huge potential.”
CSGL added that the new fifth player will be announced “very soon”. ESC Gaming member Jacek “MINISE” Jeziak played for the team as a stand-in in Tuesday’s 2-0 victory over fm-eSports in Operation Kinguin #2, leading to rumours that the 21-year-old will reunite with his former Gamers2 teammates after he left last year and said :
“We have lost a match in Plonsk and we are out of the tournament,” he wrote. “Congratulations to our opponents.”
“It was my last tournament with this team.”
Then came back with a different story about not wanting to play with mouz, “My last post was not correctly explained,” he wrote. “This was my last tournament with mouz. What the rest of the team will do depends on them.”
Will he go back on his statement and join his old G2 teammates, especially mouz that he obviously had problems with?
Is less than a year enough times to fix all the issues they had between them?
Is the salary getting bigger a reason to comeback despite having the drama that comes with it?
Let IMGMR know what you think about this recent change in the CSGL roster.
With Stenborowski’s departure, CSGL currently have:
Paweł “innocent” Mocek
Grzegorz “SZPERO” Dziamałek
Michał “MICHU” Müller
Mikołaj “mouz” Karolewski
Mariusz “Loord” Cybulski (coach)