MYM CS: GO shuffles roster

Piotr “peet” Ćwikliński will make way for Michał “Michu” Müller.


Posted on February 3rd of 2014 by Max Kieturakis

The swe Meet Your Makers Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team has decided to make a change in its ranks citing internal issues behind the changes.

swe Piotr “peet” Ćwikliński will make way for swe Michał “Michu” Müller in the roster just ahead of the EMS One Katowice qualifiers. The changes were needed due to internal issues. As such swe Michu will be the youngest member of the team at 17 years old. We are happy to welcome swe Michu to the MYM family!

You will be able to see the new swe Meet Your Makers Counter-Strike: Global Offensive line-up in action at the EMS One Poland Regional Finals coming up February 10 – February 12. There the top eight teams in Poland will face off for two slots in the Online European Finals which will determine the six teams that qualify for 2014 EMS One Katowice CS: GO Championship that will take place during IEM Katowice.

swe Michał “Michu” Müller had this to say about joining the team:

“Earlier I represented such teams such as: GF-Gaming, Imperium Gamers and HEROES. I am extremely happy to join MYM since I will be able to represent one of the best organizations in the world and play on the highest level. Our main goal right now is training and getting ready for the upcoming EMS One in Katowice.”

We asked the CS: GO manager swe Łukasz “Prawus” Ganczewski for a statement:

“Greetings! Ahead of us is the biggest tournament in the career of this team which is EMS One in Katowice of course. We are currently in the process of playing the Polish qualifiers. I’m assuming most people don’t approve of roster changes so close to such an important event however it’s visible that changes are needed and I hope that they will benefit the team. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Piotr for his time in MYM and wish him the best in his e-sport and private life. I’d also like to warmly welcome the youngest member of our team, Michał ‘MICHU’ Müller. The entire team is optimistic about the game and I hope it will stay this way for a long time. As I already wrote, our closest event is the Polish and European qualifications for Katowice so we can qualify and come to Spodek, Katowice.”

  • mYm-Flaxe

    Good luck guys! :)