With an announcement via social media highlighting the Polish player's incredible Valorant skills, which he has been showing since May of last year as part of Those Guys and Nolpenki, G2 excited fans in the process.
The 19-year-old had the fourth-best kill/death ratio during 2020 across Europe, making him a highly sought player by big organizations.
G2 fans can expect to see Zeek's debut when the Valorant Champions Tour begins this upcoming 11th February, with the Challengers open qualifiers start.
G2 signs Neilzinho as head coach
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Zeek wasn't the only signing G2 Esports confirmed via social media. Soon after the player announcement, the org revealed that Neil "nEiLZiNHo" Finlay would become head coach for the team.
The British 30-year-old with extensive CS:GO experience previously coached Rix.GG, a team composed of unsigned Counter Strike talent that was playing under the name ROYALS. Sadly, they failed to qualify for First Strike Europe, with Finlay hoping things have a more positive outcome with G2.