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mantuu makes OG debut - An Alternate path for the young talent

In a team full of big names, OG's mantuu isn't one to be underestimated in this all-new lineup going into 2020.
Mateusz "mantuu" Wilczewski is the final piece of the OG puzzle announced today for its debut CS:GO team.

While the Polish talent resides in the United Kingdom, it has been in the German scene that mantuu has demonstrated his capabilities.

For those who follow the German league ESL Meisterschaft, mantuu will be a familiar name. Having played on PANTHERS Gaming during 2018, ALTERNATE aTTaX was mantuu's home for the 2019 season.

Winning both Spring and Summer this year, mantuu has been an impressive force as aTTaX faced Sprout on both occasions with a 2-1 win in Spring and a clean 2-0 in Summer. The latter saw mantuu finish the best-of-three with a 1.45 rating, shutting down Dust2 with 111 ADR. As aTTaX head into Winter, their chances are shaken by the departure of their Summer MVP.

Connecting him to one of his new teammates is former coach Niclas "enkay J" Krumhorn, who was previously the analyst for G2 Esports when Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt was on the French 'superteam' lineup there in 2017.

Many young stars have managed to shine when given a chance to prove themselves in the top tier of competition. Robin "ropz" Kool's jump from FPL to mousesports is a testament to the system, Owen "oBo" Schlatter impressed at ECS Season 7 Finals on Complexity at just 15-years-old while French prodigy Mathieu "ZywOo" Herbaut is almost certainly locked in as the best player of 2019.

With so many names still on the rise, mantuu will be looking to add his name to the list of growing talents under OG for next season.