Will the Polish government invest in the game industry and electronic sports? It is possible!

Jaroslaw “pashaBiceps” Jarząbkowski is one of the most recognizable personalities not only in the Polish but also worldwide electronic sports scene. Popular “papito“is a professional gamer Counter-Strike: Global Offensiveand now it can be said that the native ambassador esports

on your social media”pasha“published a joint photo with Kamil Bortniczuk – Member of the Polish Parliament hold the position at the same time Minister of Sports and Tourism

Electronic sports fans in the country on the Vistula River started spinning theories. Some approached the subject completely in jest, pointing out that in a few years “pashaBiceps“will take over the job The President of Poland

Others, in turn, focused on realism and sought a reliance on a Polish esports athlete getting contacts with the opportunity to… invest money by the Polish government in the video game sector and electronic sports itself.

Worth remembering a few years back. At that time, in 2019, during a tournament played in Poland IEM Katowicehe came alone to the capital of Silesia Prime Minister Mateusz Morawieckic

After visiting the Spodek arena, filled to the brim with fans, the head of the Polish government was amazed and emphasized the importance of esports among young people.

Those words of the Prime Minister reverberated widely in the world of electronic sports. The current meeting of the 34-year-old esportsman from Nasielsk with the Minister of Sports and Tourism – Kamil Bortniczuk, also forever whets the appetite of fans of this type of entertainment in Poland … Because if not “pashaBiceps”, which can do something specific ?!

It is worth recalling that the popular “Papito” began his career at the time of great popularity of the game Counterattack 1.6† However, he received the most recognition when he appeared in Virtus pro next to legends like Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas if Filip “NEO” Kubskic

It was in the colors of “Niedźwiedzia” that Jarząbkowski celebrated his greatest triumphs, including winning the highest tournament in front of the Polish public during IEM Katowice 2014 in the game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

A few more years after this event”pashaBiceps“he continued his career successfully esports athlete† Many other tournaments were stolen by the Polish team, which the Polish fan now remembers with vivid and unrefrigerated nostalgia.

Currently, however, the 34-year-old is involved in streaming, and his massive popularity, recognition and reach is turning into something that can safely be called promoting and supporting the domestic esports scene. It cannot be denied that “Papito” is the most famous player in Poland CS GO

On his initiative, among others, “Pasha Gaming Camp“, a youth camp that allows the acquisition of gaming skills, combined with a series of sports activities. The program is very comprehensive and professionally conducted. Everything is supervised by a team of professionals and experts in the field of traditional and electronic sports.

Perhaps the Polish government sees an opportunity for initiative in a company of similar size and scale. Other countries have already taken steps towards professionalizing esports, including: Thailand, where electronic sports are officially recognized as a sport.

Attempts to invest and support the esports sector were also voiced by the Olympic Council of Asia. In turn, literally a few weeks ago the willingness to invest in gaming and esports was presented by the President of France – Emmanuel Macron himself, who saw great potential in this area.

What track will Poland take in this matter?

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