Slovakian STYKO became a new player of Monte

Martin has participated in CS majors five times

Ukrainian esports organization Monte introduced a new player composition according to CS2. A 28-year-old Slovakian joined the team’s roster Martin “STYKO” Stickplaying as a riffler.

STYKO’s last team was Apeks, which he left in May 2024. Together with Apeks, he reached the semi-finals of Paris Major 2023.

In total, the Slovak player participated in CS majors five times. In addition to Apeks, Martin is also known for his performances for GODSENT, mousesports, FunPlus Phoenix and HellRaisers.

Previously, Monte returned to the youth roster 19-year-old Lithuanian Gitis “ryu” Glushauskas and 20-year-old Briton Jack “Gizmy” von Spreckelsen.

At the beginning of May, Monte lost to FaZe Clan (1:2) in the first round of the ESL Pro League Season 19 playoffs. The Ukrainian team took the final 13-16th place in the tournament and earned $17,500.

Monte Esports lineup:

  • Vladimir “Woro2k” Veletnyuk (Ukraine)
  • Sergey “DemQQ” Demchenko (Ukraine)
  • Szymon “kRaSnaL” Mrozek (Poland)
  • Martin “STYKO” Stick (Slovakia)
  • Sergey “lmbt” Bezhanov, coach (Ukraine)

Source: Sportarena

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