mou
Rustem Tlepov 
Kazakhstan
Gambit Esports
Somewhat strong in loss
July 4, 2018
mou went 26/33 in Gambit Esports' 2-0 loss to Natus Vincere on Tuesday that eliminated them from ESL Cologne.
ANALYSIS
After a less than stellar showing in their first match of the day, things didn't get much better in this series against Na'Vi. For his part, mou managed a few solid moments despite the overall loss. He tallied a few multi-kills here and then, but there was simply a problem of overall cohesion, or lack thereof, in this series. They'll need to get back to the drawing board after this rough loss and figure some things out.
Solid in the sweep
April 23, 2018
mou posted a 48/34 KD on Saturday in a 2-0 series win over Cloud9 in the quarterfinals at DreamHack Masters Marseille.
ANALYSIS
mou came out of the gates on fire as he pushed Cloud9 back in the first half of Mirage for an 11-4 lead at the half. mou pressed on the in the second half to help secure the second pistol and the following anti-ecos for a 14-4 lead, however, Cloud9 woke up are fired back two but mou then set his team up for map point advantage. From there, Cloud9 contested and forced the overtime rounds where they then nearly came close to take the series lead but mou kept his composure and closed for a 22-18 finish. mou then moved on to Train where he dominated Cloud9 for another 11-4 half, then he carried himself into the second to make sure Cloud9 has no room in the 16-7 win.
Secures three-map series over Liquid
April 22, 2018
mou earned a 60/54 KD on Friday in a 2-1 series win over Team Liquid in the Group D decider match at DreamHack Masters Marseille.
ANALYSIS
mou's start to Overpass was slow but eventually picked up to settle for a three-round deficit with a 9-6 half. Despite his slow start in the second half, mou was still hitting his shots, including his Round 26 triple kill with the AWP to secure the A-bombsite. Although his efforts weren't enough to contest for overtime as mou suffered a 16-12 loss. The tides turned on Mirage where his defensive first half held the line for a 7-0 start before Liquid could respond, in which the first half turn a turn for the worst as mou gave up ground to settle for a 9-6 lead at the half. However, mou kept his composure through the second half on the T-side to pick up seven rounds for a 16-8 series tie. From there, he dominated on Train to help his team secure the seven-round lead in the second half with a triple kill on the post-plant, which eventually led to the edging 16-14 win to book a spot in the quarters.
Trounces SS on Train
April 20, 2018
mou secured a 20/12 KD on Wednesday in the 16-7 win over Space Soldiers in the Group D elimination match at DreamHack Masters Marseille.
ANALYSIS
mou started the elimination match on Train, where he spent majority of the first, defensive half holding the line to secure the massive 14-1 lead going into the second. Space Soldiers finally found some room to work with on the CT-side of the second half, pushing mou against the wall. However, mou finally got his wits together and sprung for two more rounds to seal the deal on Train, posting 75.7 ADR and a 1.37 rating along the way.
Struggles against Liquid
April 18, 2018
mou managed just a 9/19 KD in Gambit Esports' 16-7 loss against Team Liquid at DreamHack Marseille.
ANALYSIS
With Liquid seemingly having no qualms at all for this Gambit team, mou had a tough time getting anything at all going. He found himself a nice double kill in Round 4 to get his team on the board, but that was about it for him in this one. He only had three kills after 13 rounds and ended with just nine in the game. They will now have to contend with the losers' side of the group for a shot at advancing in Marseille.
Silently earns the split
April 6, 2018
mou earned a 29/30 KD on Tuesday in a 1-1 split against Fnatic in Week 3 of ECS Season 5.
ANALYSIS
A 3-0 start on Cobblestone quickly turned sour for mou as Fnatic came rallying back to claim the lead with seven straight. mou was then able to pick up the slack in their gun round to reduce the deficit with several entry kills and post-plant holds to secure the 8-7 lead. However, his momentum in the second half was killed as the Swedes claimed all nine rounds to take the series lead. Another chance for mou to get back into the action came in Overpass as his defenses held on for a 4-0 lead. Fnatic tried to equalize the score, but mou kept his composure and retained the lead at the half, 9-6. The second half was all Gambit with the help of mou's 14/13 KD and 67.4 ADR to take the series split.
Edges Na'Vi in OT marathon
December 2, 2017
mou posted a 49/38 KD on Friday in a 31-28 win over Natus Vincere at DreamHack Open Winter.
ANALYSIS
mou struggled in the first half of Inferno as the team couldn't hold the line against the aggressive offense by Na'Vi, who took a massive 9-0 lead to start. With a 10-5 deficit going into the second half, Na'Vi kicked off with three straight won before Gambit finally got on the board in Round 19 and continued to pick up three more to follow. Na'Vi edged closer to map point but mou shut the door in Round 24 with a 1-vs-2 clutch on the B-bombsite post-plant to secure the round. Na'Vi eventually received map point advantage but mou quickly returned and forced the extra rounds. Both teams went back and forth in the extra rounds extending the match to a third overtime where mous kicked off the defense with a triple kill on the defense to secure the round. However, Na'Vi returned to force the fourth overtime and if that wasn't enough, mou finally closed out the fifth overtime with four consecutive rounds won in the 31-28 marathon, posting an 87.6 ADR.
No offense in Game 3 to save series
September 2, 2017
mou earned a solid 73/60 KD on Day 2 of DreamHack Masters Malmo with a 2-1 loss to Ninjas in Pyjamas.
ANALYSIS
mou had a dismal start to the series with a crushing start on the defense of Cache with a 13-2 deficit at the half. However, mou's offense picked up in the second half with a strong economy to pick up the AWP and surged to even the game with 11 straight rounds to tie things up at 13-13. Despite NiP taking the following two rounds for map point, mou came rallying back of what was left of his crippling economy to send Game 1 to overtime. Although the momentum did not shift to the extra rounds as NiP took Game 1 19-16. In Game 2, mou had a slow start to Overpass until his Round 7 triple kill retake into the A-bombsite won the second round for Gambit in the short comeback. Despite the 9-6 deficit at the half, mou had a crushing offensive second half over NiP to send Game 2 into overtime. This time around, mou came out on top in the extra rounds to overcome NiP to even the series 19-17. Game 3 on Train was a struggle after a highly contested first half on the defense as mou couldn't pierce through the NiP defense in a 16-7 loss.
Leads team in kills during grand finals
July 24, 2017
mou put up a 62/48 KD in Gambit Esports' grand finals win over Immortals at PGL Krakow.
ANALYSIS
mou was the hero of this series against Immortals on Sunday. In what was the final step of a dominant run in Poland, mou showed up in just about every clutch moment for his team. While he started off a bit rough in Game 1 on Cobblestone, that was the case for his whole team. They seemed to be a bit unprepared for the early aggression of the Brazilians. Once Gambit stabilized, however, they were unstoppable. He was especially strong with his AWP, locking down the map and winning rounds on his own at times. Immortals just couldn't seem to stop Gambit in the later stages of this game. With the win, Gambit earned their first Major title during their first Major grand final appearance.
Top shape on AWP in win over mouz
July 18, 2017
mou picked up a 17/14 KD on Sunday in a best-of-one Gambit win over mousesports at the PGL Major.
ANALYSIS
mou picked up a few kills in the early stages for the offense but they rarely resulted in wins early on. However, his post-plant hold in Round 6 helped the team win their first round of the half, down 5-1. He then helped the team win their third round in a row with an entry kill into the B-bombsite and a firm hold on the post-plant. With a few more hold on the post-plants, mou closed out the half coming close to the first half lead, down 8-7. mou missed out in the second pistol round early, but came back and made some noise in the following round with a double kill on the B-bombsite retake to regain the lead 9-8. From there, mou picked up a pair of double kills in the dominate second half, including the last round to close out the series 16-10, earning the team an 84.6 ADR.
Steady on AWP in series win over G2
May 2, 2017
mou posted a 73/71 KD for Gambit on Sunday in a 2-1 series win over G2 in the DreamHack Open Austin semifinals.
ANALYSIS
Mou helped the team take an easy 4-0 lead to start to Nuke on Sunday and once the economy was enough for an AWP, mou kept the game close. The defense of mou started well in the first half, but dwindled towards the end posting to go down 8-7 at the half. However, the offense was much better in the second half, getting quick access to lower and outside to win the force buys as well as the much-needed pistol rounds to edge out the second half and force overtime. In overtime mou, helped hold off the line with a triple kill, but he still came up short for a 25-22 Game 1 loss. Mou contributed to a team-leading in kills 36/30 KD and 65.4 ADR in the loss. In Game 2, mou had a quiet first half on the offense and was unable to edge G2 before finally closing the first half down 10-5. mou looked red hot on the AWP closing out the second half with eleven rounds up for the 16-12 tie 1-1 posting a 19/21 KD and 72.3 ADR. In Game 3, mou struggled early on Cobblestone for the offense who took the lead early opening the sites to allow the early plant as well as map control, though that lasted for only a moment. G2 rallied back on defense to close out the first half down 8-7. However, the second half was all G2 in the lead early, but mou rallied back on the defense to close out Game 3 with a close 16-14 win on Cobblestone, earning the team an 18/20 KD and 60.0 ADR.
Backs up Dosia for massive grand finals win
May 1, 2017
mou put up a 46/34 KD in Gambit Esports' 2-0 upset victory over Immortals in the grand finals of DreamHack Austin on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
mou had a nice showing to open up the grand finals against Immortals. He played a nice second fiddle to Dosia in the first game, going 25/16 in the game. That was more than enough to help Gambit bounce back and complete the 16-12 comeback win. He took a bit of a step back in Game 2, but it was still more than enough. Once he got his hands on the AWP, he was deadly with it. His 3k in Round 7 was a big boon to Gambit as a part of their opening 9-1 run. While Immortals ended up bringing things back a bit, the strong start from Gambit gave them enough of a cushion to keep ahead of Immortals in the upset 16-12 win. Gambit has now shown that they can hang with the big boys and will be a force to be reckoned with in the future.
Elusive play leads to big win
April 29, 2017
mou posted a 16/9 KD in Gambit's win over HellRaisers in the Group A winner's match at DreamHack Austin.
ANALYSIS
While he didn't tally a ton of kills in the win, what mou did was more than enough to back up his teammates in this big win. With AdreN putting on such a show, the rest of Gambit simply needed to provide consistent enough play without dying too much for them to lock up the win. That's exactly what mou did here. He actually posted the lowest deaths in the entire lobby, showing off how truly elusive he really was. That coupled with plays like his quad kill in Round 10 was what allowed Gambit to take this game and move right along to the semifinals on Sunday.
Solid AWP vs TyLoo
April 6, 2017
mou posted a 26/18 KD in a single-game win over TyLoo in the StarSeries Season 3 Finals on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
After mou's slow start in the first half of Cobblestone, he finally got the ball rolling once the AWP was in possession. mou contributed with winning a 1-vs-3 clutch with the AWP on the B-bombsite to take the lead in the Gambit streak 4-3. Mou then followed the next round with another 1-vs-2 clutch to secure the two-round lead. TyLoo then came back to tie the game, and then mou helped Gambit take the 8-7 lead in the first half, holding off the push on the B-bombsite. mou picked up a few opening kills in their three round wins throughout the second half to hold off TyLoo for a 16-13 win.
Serviceable performance in loss
April 6, 2017
mou finished Gambit's loss to FaZe Clan on Day 3 of the StarSeries Season 3 Finals with a 21/21 KD.
ANALYSIS
mou was one of the more consistent fraggers on Gambit in this close loss to FaZe on Cache. He didn't post any kills in the first three rounds, but once he showed it, his presence was felt. He picked up a quad kill in Round 4 to let FaZe know that Gambit meant business. Throughout the rest of the first half, Gambit played FaZe really close, with mou being right there pushing them along. This continued on into the second half, where Gambit got really close to picking up the win here. He picked up a nice double entry frag in Round 18 to tie things up at nine apiece. From there, FaZe strong-armed Gambit into submission, putting Gambit on the brink of elimination.
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