“After such a bad year, I feel an incredible hunger to win and fight for every position on the HLTV rankings. I am able to devote every minute of my life to the best preparation for the next matches and tournaments, MICHU said in a Twitlonger.
“I love working for the good of the team and cooperate with people who also like me, put good preparation first and fight to the very end to achieve the desired success and fulfill all the goals and dreams I have set before. The title of ‘robot’ in my former team was not assigned to me by accident.”
The 24-year-old last made headlines when he and the rest of the former Envy lineup was placed on the transfer list in mid-January, as the American organization decided to put its CS:GO division on hold.
MICHU had been part of the team since early 2020, when Envy underwent an overhaul of their roster with four new signings — the Pole, Buğra “Calyx” Arkın, Kaleb “moose” Jayne, as well as a new coach, Nikola “LEGIJA” Ninić, who joined long-standing member Noah “Nifty” Francis and Ryan “ryann” Welsh on the roster.
The team went on to make two more changes within the next five months amid middling results as they parted ways with moose and ryann and added Thomas “Thomas” Utting, while LEGIJA transitioned to a playing position. After that, the only tournament the new lineup attended was Flashpoint 2, where Envy placed seventh-eighth with just one win in five series.
MICHU was most recently seen playing with StylDunow in DreamHack Open January qualifiers alongside former Virtus.pro teammates Paweł “byali” Bieliński and Tomasz “phr” Wójcik, but since then the Polish side has used Miłosz “mhL” Knasiak instead in Snow Sweet Snow 2 Regionals.