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Lowly performance in elimination loss
July 6, 2018
Snax finished mousesports' 2-0 loss against ENCE on Wednesday at ESL Cologne.
ANALYSIS
It looks like Snax will need a bit more time to adjust to his new teammates, as he lagged behind a bit in this loss. He had a few nice moments, such as a 3k in Round 6 on Mirage, but he didn't bring the heat enough to help his team pick up the win here. He had the lowest KD in Game 1 on Inferno and was better but still negative on Mirage in Game 2. He had an encouraging start at 19/15 when mouz beat Gambit on Tuesday, but he's looked a bit off since and now mouz's run in Cologne is done.
Unable to push mouz to a win
July 6, 2018
suNny tallied a suNny went 47/43 in mousesports' elimination loss against ENCE on Wednesday at ESL Cologne.
ANALYSIS
suNny might have managed a positive KD in this series, but that didn't bring them a win here. His best round came in Round 8 when he picked up a quad kill that gave mouz their first win of the map on Inferno. They ended up pushing that game to overtime but simply didn't have the muster to get all the way to a win. Even when mouz lost Game 2 on Mirage, suNny still managed a positive KD, as the rest of his team just couldn't break out in this series.
Struggles immensely in loss
July 6, 2018
ropz tallied a rough 32/44 KD in mousesports' 2-0 loss to ENCE that eliminated them from ESL Cologne.
ANALYSIS
While all of mouz had their moments of struggling in this game, ropz had the most of all. Without many impactful rounds, he left mouz hanging high and dry. Especially when they were fighting for a win on Inferno in a 19-17 loss. They were simply unable to win those key rounds needed towards the end, leading to their demise here. mouz will need to get back to basics following a rough showing at this event and try to get things back on track.
Falters in loss
July 6, 2018
chrisJ went 41/47 in mousesports' 2-0 loss to ENCE on Wednesday at ESL Cologne.
ANALYSIS
chrisJ had mouz moving along in the first game on Inferno as he topped the server in ADR and was generally looking clean overall. When push came to shove at the end of the game, though, mouz just couldn't get over that hump. ENCE simply more of the plays needed and mouz were bounced from the competition. When mouz started the week with a 16-8 win over Gambit where chrisJ went 17/10, it looked like they'd have a nice tournament. Unfortunately, things kind of fell apart from then on and now they've got to watch the rest of the tournament from the sidelines.
Scattered moments in loss
July 6, 2018
oskar tallied a 53/47 KD in mousesports' 2-0 loss to ENCE on Wednesday that eliminated them from ESL Cologne.
ANALYSIS
oskar did his best to try and push mouz to a win in this game, racking up the second-highest ADR in the entire lobby. Throughout the series, he had some nice triple kills that gave mouz hope at a win, especially on Inferno, but they just fell short. They got the closest in that Game 1 on Inferno where things moved into overtime and they lost 19-17. That seemed to break them a bit since they only managed 12 rounds in the Game 2 loss on Mirage. After their initial 16-8 win over Gambit on Tuesday, mouz have had quite the rough road and it's resulted in their elimination from the tournament.
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Invited to DreamHack Masters Stockholm
June 21, 2018
mousesports have been selected to compete at DreamHack Masters Stockholm, the event's organizers have announced.
ANALYSIS
mouz will be traveling to Stockholm at the end of August to compete in this year's first DreamHack Masters event, which will take place August 29-September 2 with $250,000 on the line. DreamHack Masters Stockholm will also be a part of the Intel Grand Slam in which mouz have yet to earn a win towards the $1,000,000 purse. mousesports are the fifth invited teams alongside NiP, SK Gaming, Fnatic, and FaZe Clan.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Invited to ESL One New York
June 2, 2018
mousesports have been confirmed to compete at ESL One New York, the event's organizers have announced.
ANALYSIS
mousesports will be joining FaZe and Liquid, who replace Cloud9 at the tournament as tarik team opted to travel to BLAST Pro Series Istanbul, which clashes with ESL One New York. This will be mousesports first appearance at the North American event as the German-based team will have a packed September as the team is expected to attend DreamHack Masters Stockholm as well as the FACEIT Major as Legends. ESL One New York is set to return to Brooklyn's Barclays Center from September 26-20 with $250,000 on the line.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Confirmed at ESL One Cologne
May 19, 2018
mousesports are the final invitee for ESL One Cologne, the event's organizers have announced.
ANALYSIS
mousesports are the eleventh and final team invited to the German event, with the remaining participants due to be determined by online qualifiers held in Europe, North America and Asia, and to the winner of the GG.BET Majestic event. mousesports recently fell out of the ESL Pro League Finals with a quarterfinal loss to Team Liquid but will get another chance next weekend when the team travels to Kiev for season 5 of StarSeries i-League, following a two-week break before heading to Belo Horizonte. ESL One Cologne will kick off from July 6-8 and will feature a $300,000 grand prize and will count towards the $1 million Intel Grand Slam prize.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Invited to StarSeries Season 5
April 21, 2018
Starladder has announced that they have invited mousesports to the StarSeries Season 5 event.
ANALYSIS
mousesports are the second team confirmed for the Ukrainian event, who previously won the fourth edition of the tournament after beating Natus Vincere 2-1 in the grand final. mousesports announcement will now leave eight invites lefts as the remaining six spot will be filled through online qualifiers held in Europe, North America, Asia and the CIS.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Invited to IEM Sydney
March 22, 2018
ESL has revealed that mousesports will be the fourth team invited to the Australian event, set to take place May 1-6.
ANALYSIS
mousesports will be traveling to Australia to take part in the annual IEM Sydney events, which will be the first time for the German organization. mousesports have been on the rise since the end of 2017 and continuing their success through 2018, with Legends status secured at ELEAGUE Major Boston and taking home the StarSeries i-League Season 4 title. ropz and co. will be duking it out over the $250,000 prize pool in front of thousands at the Qudos Bank Arena.