Former NIP player Jacob “pyth” Mourujärvi is without a team as Paperless disbands. The player is now a free agent and is on the lookout for a new team. Pyth was released from Chaos just two months after signing the dotted line. He signed with Paperlanes in August 2018.
Pyth has had a decent run in CS: GO, especially during his years on Ninjas in Pyjamas. However, he was let go from the team after several months of poor performance. Pyth has since moved from one team to another. His latest team looked promising, however, there were several accusations of unfair play on some of his teammates.
The former Paperlanes roster is :
- Jacob “pyth” Mourujärvi
- Rasmus “kreaz” Johansson
- Adam “ad3m” Siraj
- Jonas “hemzk9” Rantamäki
- Denis “grux” Gutaj.
No longer part of PAPERPLANES as the team is disbanding. No idea what will happen in the future but hopefully I will find peace somewhere. If it's with or without a CS:GO team time will tell. #CSGO
— pyth (@pythofficial) September 6, 2018
Pyth played the role of an AWPer during his time on Ninjas in Pyjamas. But in subsequent teams, he has forayed into being a rifler as well as being on the AWP. His performance graph over the past few months has seen significant improvement.
The player is a very talented one and it should not be a problem for him to find a new roster very soon. We hope to see him at the top level of Counter-Strike very soon.
BPro finalises its CS: GO roster
Counter-Strike team Bpro has finalized its five man CS: GO roster. They added Spyleader and Niki1 to the team. N1k1 has been standing in for the roster for the past few weeks. He filled the void on the roster following Blocker’s departure to Windingo.
- Emiliyan “spyleadeR” Dimitrov
- Nikolay “niki1” Pantaleev
- Valentin “poizon” Vasilev
- Krasen “Zix” Minchev
- Hristiyan “REDSTAR” Pironko
I’m very happy to have the opportunity to be a part of Bpro again. I had other offers, but I decided to choose this because they are young players with a lot of talent, potential and experience. The only thing left is to work even harder. I hope that Bulgarian fans will support us!
Bpro will next be seen at the Thunderpick Invitational next week. They are scheduled to play against ESG. The all-Bulgarian team will have an advantage as they can ensure smooth communications. The biggest challenge before them will be to ensure team synergy and coordination. Individually, this team has the pieces of the puzzle necessary to be dominant in their region. While we don’t expect them to become an International challenger once again, they can definitely be a decent team in their local region.