byali confirms leaving CSGO team Virtus.pro through a strong response on Instagram | CS:GO

Paweł “byali” Bieliński will be leaving the Polish CSGO team, Virtus.pro, byali confirmed on Instagram.

Rumors of this departure were originally risen by Polish source Cybersport, yet until now we had not received any actual confirmation of byali leaving Virtus.pro. We are still yet to see an official announcement made by Virtus.pro itself about byali’s departure.

On Instagram, byali has written a response to a comment under his photo regarding his departure.

byali confirms leaving CSGO team Virtus.pro through a strong response on Instagram | CS:GO

Credit: cybersport.pl

The text, which I have translated into English myself for Daily Esports, says the following:

“Nothing bad really happened during the bc [bootcamp]. We just couldn’t come to terms about the rules within the team. This is why I have decided to leave without causing any problems. And dude, you don’t know ****, so please don’t speak because it’s a waste of time reading such comments.”

Byali’s comment was quite direct and the Pole did not hold back in using slurs. All in all, it seems that byali just did not want to create any sort of drama in the organization. Therefore, he decided to leave without creating unnecessary problems within the team.

The 25-year-old rifler had left the team before temporarily, in order to represent a Polish mix named Mikstura. This was a very brief period of time, however, and he would soon reunite with Janusz “Snax” Pogorzelski yet again at Virtus.pro.

Virtus.pro have already replaced one player on the lineup. The organization has recently signed Arek “Vegi” Nawojski, an 18-year-old talent. Vegi has come in as a replacement for Mateusz “TOAO” Zawistowski.

It is currently unknown who will replace the once worldwide known star byali on the Virtus.pro roster. Ever since the ultimate breakup of the old roster that included Jarosław “Pashabiceps” Jarząbkowski and Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas, the organization has had many shuffles and seems to have lost its identity.

As for now, the Virtus.pro lineup looks as follows:

  • Janusz “Snax” Pogorzelski
  • Michał “snatchie” Rudzki
  • Michał “MICHU” Müller
  • Arek “Vegi” Nawojski
  • Jakub “kuben” Gurczynski (coach)

Let us know down in the comments below what you think of Virtus.pro and who may replace byali. Also, remember to follow us for all the latest news on the esports world!

Naim Rosinski
A casual and semi-competitve Counter-Strike fanatic that indulges in following the esports scene. Attended IEM Katowice 2019 as press and has a passion for esports, tech and traditional sports. When I'm not outside, I'm on my PC following the world of esports, popping headshots in CSGO, or developing a world-class team from scratch in eFootball PES.

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