Diese Nachricht dürfte bei vielen mousesports-Fans wie eine Bombe einschlagen. Die Spieler Chris ‘chrisJ’ de Jong, Martin ‘STYKO’ Styk sowie Head-Coach Sergey ‘LMBT’ Bezhanov werden die Organisation verlassen. Das gaben die Mäuse am Montagabend bekannt. Damit zieht die Organisation die Konsequenzen aus dem enttäuschten Ergebnis des europäischen Minor für die IEM Katowice 2019. Damit verbleiben Miikka ‘suNny’ Kemppi, Tomáš ‘oskar’ Štastný und Robin ‘ropz’ Kool im aktiven Lineup der Mäuse. In Kürze wolle man die Fans über die weiteren Schritte informieren.
Statement Stefan Wend, CEO mousesports
After the most successful season of our history, we already saw some issues within the team towards the end of the year and unfortunately we couldn’t turn it around in Katowice. To secure competitive success in 2019 we feel it is necessary that the team gets a fresh start. It’s a sad day for our organisation, as Sergey, Martin and Chris have been highly valued members of our team for a long time but we have to look forward and work hard to keep our place among the worlds best Counter-Strike team. Everyone at the mouseports organisation wants to thank Chris, Sergey and Martin for all the effort they put in and every single one of them will be remembered as an integral part of the most successful season in the teams history.
Statement Miikka ‘suNny’ Kemppi
Parting ways after one and a half years and 19 ofﬂine tournaments is not easy but sometimes a few steps back, can be multiple steps forward. There are no hard feelings or any bad blood inside the team, we just drove ourselves into a situation we couldn’t get out of and something had to change. It was the most successful run for all of us and I hope that this will change the careers of all of us for the better. Thank you guys for everything. Looking forward to a new and fresh chapter now, where we can be consistent contenders for titles again.
Miikka ‘suNny’ Kemppi
Tomáš ‘oskar’ Štastný
Robin ‘ropz’ Kool