CSGO: Veteran rifler TaZ announces CS:GO retirement


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Legendary rifler Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas announced his Counter-Strike: Global Offensive retirement on Friday.

“I retire (heart emoji) see You around,” the 36-year-old veteran from Poland posted on social media.

In the Twitter post, he is standing in front of a trophy case full of winner’s medals and wearing a Tasmanian Devil sweatshirt that reads, “That’s all folks!”

TaZ began his professional career in Counter-Strike in 2001 and made the transition to CS:GO in 2012.

He most recently competed with HONORIS from 2020-23 following stints with devils.one, Virtus.pro and others.

Career highlights included a major win at EMS One Katowice 2014 and the 2005 Samsung Euro Championship.

–Field Level Media


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