The team comprises a variety of young, widely unknown players, who have mainly been picked out of a recently completed project under piratesports called ARRMY, spearheaded by former player and Virtus.pro analyst Kuba “KubiK” Kubiak.
Jarosław “pashaBiceps” Jarząbkowski‘ new squad, which will play under the name Liquid Biceps, is set to compete against Poland’s best teams in the upcoming season of the Polish Esports League, such as Wisla Krakow, AVEZ, and PACT.
With the new lineup, pashaBiceps returns to activity for the first time since he trialed for AGO in the latter half of 2019 without success. He didn’t make many headlines over the course of the following year until he joined Liquid as a streamer this August.
The 32-year-old now turns his attention back to playing as he and Liquid Biceps are set take on the brunt of his country’s competition, including his former Virtus.pro teammates Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas and Filip “NEO” Kubski in HONORIS.
Liquid Biceps are:
Jakub “inwood” Salwa (coach)
Nikodem “Majster” Gulmantowicz (backup)