PashaBiceps & Snax Play Together Again at 2v2 LAN CS:GO Event

Aditya Singh Rawat
7/Jan/2021 02:20 pm

Polish duo of PashaBiceps and Snax will be coming together after almost two years to compete in a 2v2 LAN CS:GO tournament.
Both of them are former teammates who played together for more than four years.
They will be participating in a local tournament 'Dell 2v2 Showdown by GG League' which will take place on LAN in Warsaw, Poland.

Former teammates Jarosław "pashaBiceps" Jarzabkowski and Janusz "Snax" Pogorzelski will be coming together once again after almost two years. The Polish duo will be seen competing as a team at the upcoming Dell 2v2 Showdown by GG League tournament, which is scheduled to take place between 30th - 31st January with a total prizepool of about $13,600 USD.

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PashaBiceps & Snax Come Together For CS:GO Event

The CS:GO community is elated to witness the resurgence of Polish CS:GO legends PashaBiceps and Snax, as they come together to compete in a local 2v2 CS:GO LAN tournament all set to take place at the end of this month in Warsaw, Poland.

Both of them were teammates for more than four years under the banner of the Russian esports organization during which they went on to win numerous tournaments, while consistently being one of the top CS:GO teams in the circuit at the time.

PashaBiceps and Snax will be competing together as a team in the Dell 2v2 Showdown by GG League which will be featuring a total of eight duos teams. Six of them being direct invites, one making their way through the women qualifiers, and the last one being awarded to the winners of the open qualifiers.

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The tournament will be taking place in a LAN environment at a computer store called ‘ player zone’ which is located in Warsaw, Poland. As per a statement by the organizers “The area will be available only to players and employees who are necessary to carry out the entire initiative. The competition will take place in accordance with all safety standards and requirements of the Ministry of Health.”

At the moment, Snax is an inactive player within the Polish esports organization Illuminar Gaming while PashaBiceps is signed as a streamer with the North American organization Team Liquid. The community is pretty hyped to see the return of both these star players who have taken a backseat from top-tier of competitive CS:GO.


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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO editor at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.