It’s not “GG” for Pasha. It’s “GH.”

After five years with the team, Jaroslaw “pashaBiceps” Jarzabkowski’s time on Virtus Pro has officially ended.

The Polish organization announced earlier this morning that it has terminated pashaBiceps’ contract. He will be exploring other options in CS:GO, but it’s unclear whether he will stay in Poland or join an international team.

After the news of his departure broke on Twitter, pashaBiceps said it’s not “gg” (good game) for him yet, rather it’s a “gh” (good half). This suggests that the 30-year-old star is not ready for retirement yet and that he’s still got a lot of time ahead of him.

The departure of PashaBiceps from VP marks the absolute end of an era in which he dominated Counter-Strike with the Polish squad. He follows in Filip “NEO” Kubski’s footsteps. NEO left after VP temporarily ceased competitive operations and later revamped its active lineup in December.

Now veterans Pawel “byali” Bielinski and Janusz “Snax” Pogorzelski are all that remain under the Virtus Pro name, alongside new talent like Michal “MICHU” Muller, Michal “snatchie” Rudzki, and Mateusz “TOAO” Zawistowski.

“Virtus.pro has been my home for many years, but now it’s time to move ahead and make a next big step for me,” pashaBiceps said in VP’s announcement. “Thanks to everyone and good luck to the new guys. I will take a small break, but Papito will be back like Terminator – better and stronger.”