The Spanish organisation known as Gamers2 have signed ex-ESC today after resolving the recent problem with Valve.

Last month, the ESC Gaming team announced that they had decided to leave the ESC organisation, due to being offered a better contract with a different organisation.

This offer however seemed to be a bit up in the air, due to the ex-ESC team being banned from all Valve sponsored events because of the recent match-fixing cases.

However, Valve then re-looked at the case, and decided to pardon the players involved. This then allowed the players to be re-invited back to the Offline ESL One Katowice Qualifier, which they had lost because of the match-fixing case.

Today the ex-ESC team announced that they had been picked up by the Spanish Organisation known to many as ‘Gamers2’, who they will be representing at the ESL One Katowice Offline Qualifier, and all future events.

We are proud to announce that, from this day, we will represent Gamers2.

We are really excited, because we always dreamed about the possibility of playing CS full-time and treating our passion as a job, too. Our motivation is sky high and we are ready to become an excellent team.

Gamers2 is the best choice that we could have made. Even though they could have cut us off after our ban affair, they helped us a lot, and I think we would not have made it without their magnificent work.

We would like to thank Gamers2 for trusting us and giving us the opportunity to attend every possible event and let us prove what we are capable of. 2015 is going to be a huge year for Counter-Strike, and we cannot wait to compete under Gamers2’s flag.

The teams current roster is:
Paweł “innocent” Mocek
Grzegorz “SZPERO” Dziamałek
Mikołaj “mouz” Karolewski
Jacek “MINISE” Jeziak
Karol “rallen” Rodowicz