In a Facebook post, MINISE admitted that 2019 was "a rollercoaster mentally", which, according to him, was reflected in his game. And while he understands that he "may be taking a big step back", he believes that this is the right time for a change after spending almost two years with the team, which he helped to win DreamHack Open Montreal 2018 and to reach the ZOTAC Cup Masters final.
"I would like to thank the guys for these two years, they gave me a new life and a chance to play at a higher level again," the 25-year-old wrote.
"I learned a lot as a player and as a man. It was definitely my best period."
ARCY have not yet named any replacements for dycha and MINISE. The Polish team, who ended the year with a last-place finish at Qi Banja Luka, where Filip "NEO" Kubski acted as a stand-in, will return to action in the European closed qualifier for IEM Katowice 2020, scheduled for January 9-10.
Mariusz "Loord" Cybulski (coach)