pashaBiceps

pashaBiceps

Jarosław Jarząbkowski, 29 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
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Silver in tournaments:
  • 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
  • E-sport-bets 3rd Anniversary Сup
  • Copenhagen Games 2014
  • TECHLABS CUP 2013 CS:GO GRAND FINAL
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Bronze in tournaments:
  • 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:

$427,031.00

Won
Draws
Lose
59.21% (434)
4.09% (30)
36.70% (269)

Total matches: 733

pashaBiceps

Jarosław Jarząbkowski, 29 years Poland

Jaroslaw started his eSports career during the Counter-Strike 1.6 era. Back then he was mainly playing for relatively unknown Polish team. In 2010 pasha joined the legendary "Golden Five", where he was to replace Luq. The "Golden Five" won a lot of tournaments, including WCG 2011 and IEM 6. He became the MVP of IEM 6. Despite facing financial difficulties and losing sponsorships, Pasha and his team continued to play together, naming the team AGAiN. After switching to CS:GO, Jaroslaw's team wasn't able to find its playstyle and was close to a complete disband. However, after making some roster changes, the team finally returned to the top, quickly restoring its fame as the "Golden Five". In January 2014 the "Golden Five" was signed by Virtus.pro. Jaroslaw is one of the most recognised players in the world. His streams gets up to 25,000 simultaneous viewers. Some of his fans donated tens of thousands of dollars to their favorite player. Pasha is informally considered to be the strongest CS:GO player on the scene. He created an internet movement of his own, TeamBiceps, after the fans adopted his new nickname pashaBiceps. His catch phrase, "my friend", became a legend of its own and is now constantly used by fans and pros alike. He's an incredibly kind and responsive man.

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