Former MOUZ Star Bymas Enters Free Agent Pool: Ready to Make a Comeback!

Aurimas "Bymas" Pipiras has officially declared his entry into the pool of free agents and is eager to resume competitive play.

After a period of inactivity starting in February, stemming from the dissolution of Into the Breach's team following their exit from the PGL Major Copenhagen's European RMR, the 20-year-old Lithuanian rifler has decided to explore new opportunities. During this hiatus, Bymas also declined several offers to prioritize spending time with his family following the passing of his father in March. "I turned down all offers since being on the ITB transfer list due to my father's passing," he expressed on X. "I wanted to dedicate more time to my family and avoid pushing myself to play when I wasn't in a good state. But now, I feel prepared to embark on a new journey, eager to accomplish more in this game and honor my father's memory."

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Upon joining the team in 2023, Bymas faced challenges in aiding a struggling Into the Breach lineup, which failed to regain momentum after their remarkable performance at the BLAST.tv Paris Major and subsequent departures of Cai "CYPHER" Watson and Sebastian "volt" Maloș to other teams. Reflecting on his career highlights, Bymas reminisces about his time with the MOUZ squad, where he celebrated victory at Flashpoint 3 and secured a runner-up finish at the Global Esports Tour Dubai 2022.

As the summer break approaches and teams actively search the transfer market, Bymas is available to contribute in any rifler capacity, expressing a preference for anchoring sites on the CT side.