CSGO TEAM IS BACK IN BIG STYLE!
The announcement that we will disband our CSGO team before a certain time caused a lot of sad reactions, but even then we announced that it would only be a short break, not goodbye forever.
Partizan Esports is excited to announce its return to the CSGO scene with a new team consisting of a talented group of young players with a bright future ahead of them. After a little break from competitive play, we’re ready to return to CSGO and showcase the skills and dedication of these up-and-coming stars.
We’ve put together a roster full of potential that we believe will shine on the world stage for years to come. Our goal is not only to compete at the highest level today, but also to build a solid foundation for success tomorrow. With a focus on development and improvement, we look forward to seeing this team grow and prosper in the coming seasons. Welcome back to Partizan Esports, as we embark on another exciting chapter in our history!
“I am very excited that we are returning to Counter-Strike after a short break! We have never hidden that our goal is to stay in this esports title for a long time, therefore we decided to create a base that will last with a young roster full of potential for years. Multi-year contracts were signed, which showed that we absolutely believe in our guys, as well as the entire CSGO project of Partizan Esports. Our time is yet to come!” said president Jovan Mijailović after the officialization of the new roster.
The manager of this section, Dejan Atanacković, gave his opinion about the entire team and the next strategy:
“We have formed a young and very talented CSGO team that is ready to work hard and show itself in the best light. I would ask the fans to be patient and give a chance to the guys who will show how they fight for the black and white jersey. Our plan is to in the next few months we are working on our map pool and to qualify for domestic/Balkan leagues. We want to place Partizan Esports where it belongs, which is the very top of the Balkan CSGO scene.”