HONORIS officially appeared on the esports map of Poland in May this year. During the three months the team of Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas and Filip “NEO” Kubski did not achieve the expected progress, so it was decided to hire a trainer.
This is what Robert “mSr” Pieńkowski became. The 28-year-old is a former professional player who during his career cooperated with, among others with Dr Pepper Team, OFF-MODE RED and Moral Alliance. With the latter formation, in 2016 he even took fourth place in the ESL Polish Championship. For some time he also tried journalistic work, and finally at the end of 2019 he joined esportsLAB as an expert on CS:GO issues, where he had the opportunity to support, among others x-kom AGO and CLEANTmix.
Now he is faced with the task of preparing HONORIS for the upcoming challenges. Let us remind you that this weekend, the TaZ and NEO team will start the struggle as part of the closed qualifiers for the ESL Polish Autumn 2020 Championship.
“We tried many solutions, we tested many of them over the past weeks or even months, but to no avail … something we haven’t tried in our history yet! […] Robert will support our team so that we can finally fully spread our wings. We hope that our new acquisition will work well with us during this trial period!” we can read in the official announcement.
In this situation, the HONORIS line-up is as follows:
- Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas
- Filip “NEO” Kubski
- Daniel “STOMP” Płomiński
- Wojciech “Prism” Zięba
- Kamil “reiko” Cegiełko
- Robert “mSr” Pieńkowski – trainer