Counter-Strike legend TaZ retires from competitive gaming

A true veteran announced the end of his career as a player.

Couner Strike 1.6 and CS:GO legend Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas has announced his retirement from the competitive CS on March 31.

The 36-year-old veteran posted on his social media accounts a picture of him in a shirt with “that’s all folks” written on it, while also adding in the caption that he ends his career in CS. “I retire. See you around,” TaZ quickly stated.

Few Counter-Strike players have had such a rich career as TaZ. The Pole played in the competitive scene since the beginning of the 21st century, with teams like SpHeRe back in 2001 and Aristocracy in 2003 serving as his home during his early years. He became one of the most well-known CS players during his time with ESC Gaming and Virtus Pro, with whom he won numerous trophies, including EMS One: Katowice 2014, his first and only CS:GO Major.

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