The Polish side has completed their lineup after penning a deal with a new AWPer.
Kuba “Markoś” Markowski has officially become a member of Wisla Krakow, signing a deal with the team after a month-long stand-in period for the squad. The 22-year-old takes over the main AWP role on the team, filling in the gap left by Olek “hades” Miskiewicz stepping down.
“Markoś will be our new sniper. I am glad that we can finally officially announce it. Kuba [Markoś] found himself in the team and I believe that we will be successful together,” the team’s coach Mariusz “Loord” Cybulski said in the announcement.
Over the 37 maps played for the Polish squad so far, the 22-year-old sniper averaged a stunning 1.24 rating, delivering against top teams as well (1.10 rating vs. top 20). Markoś‘ performances helped Wisla Krakow to a 5-8th finish in Spring Sweet Spring 2, with their current focus being ESEA Premier where they sit on 2W-2L record.
“I felt that it could be a turning point in my career so far”, Markoś said about the opportunity to join Wisla Krakow. “I hope that we will create a strong team which will make it to the top 30 and will compete with the best teams as equals.” The organization added that they will hold a bootcamp at the stadium of the Wisla Krakow football club in the near future.
Wisla Krakow are now:
Mariusz “Loord” Cybulski (coach)