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byali

byali

Also known as: bialy
Paweł Bieliński, 24 years Poland

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Gold in tournaments:
  • Adrenaline Cyber League 2017
  • DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017
  • DreamHack Bucharest 2016
  • Show Match: Virtus.pro vs Natus Vincere
  • ELEAGUE Season 1
  • SL i-League CS:GO Invitational
  • Azubu.tv CS:GO Show-Match
  • Crown Invitational
  • ESL ESEA Pro League Dubai Invitational
  • CEVO Professional Season 8
  • CEVO Professional Season 7
  • ESEA Season 18 Finals
  • Copenhagen Games 2015
  • Acer A-Split Invitational powered by Intel
  • Caseking King of Kings
  • Gfinity 3
  • ESL Pro Series Poland Season 8
  • FACEIT Spring League
  • EMS One Katowice 2014
16
Silver in tournaments:
  • CS:GO Asia Championships 2018
  • SL i-League Invitational Shanghai
  • EPICENTER 2017
  • The ELEAGUE Major 2017
  • EPICENTER: Moscow
  • ESL One New York 2016
  • PGL Season 1
  • E-sport-bets Celebration Show-match CS:GO
  • Gfinity Masters #2
  • King of Majors
  • ESEA Invite Season 17 Global Finals
  • Electronic Sports European Championship 2014
  • E-sport-bets 3rd Anniversary Сup
  • Copenhagen Games 2014
  • TECHLABS CUP 2013 CS:GO GRAND FINAL
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Bronze in tournaments:
  • Intel Extreme Masters Season XIII Shanghai
  • Adrenaline Cyber League 2018
  • PGL Major Kraków 2017
  • WESG 2016 CS:GO
  • WESG 2016. Europe LAN QUalifier
  • ESL One Cologne 2016
  • Counter Pit League Season 2 - Finals
  • Gfinity Champion of Champions
  • FACEIT League 2015 Stage 3
  • ESL One Cologne 2015
  • ESL ESEA Pro League
  • Counter Pit League Season 1
  • Gfinity Masters #1
  • ESL One Katowice 2015
  • FACEIT League 2015
  • ESWC 2014
  • DreamHack Winter 2014
  • Fragbite Masters 3 CS:GO
  • Hitbox Arena Championship 3
  • Game Show CS:GO League Season One
  • FACEIT League 2
  • ESEA Invite Europe Season 16
  • Fragbite Masters 2014
Prize:

$496,631.00

Team player

MIKSTURA

Won
Draws
Lose
55.52% (518)
3.00% (28)
41.48% (387)

Total matches: 933

byali

Also known as: bialy
Paweł Bieliński, 24 years Poland

byali is one of CS:GO's most promising young talents. He started his career in Counter-Strike 1.6, but didn't achieve anything worthy. The switched opened up new horizons for byali. After a series of good matches for Polish stacks he and Snax were invited to "The Golden Five" in order to replace kuben and Loord. byali has been representing Virtus.pro since 2014. He is considered to be one of the most consistent yet promising players in the world.