The German based organization, home of the European mix of players in Counter-Strike:Global Offensive, Team mousesports has announced new changes.
The managers of the team decided that bringing in
Mikka 'suNny' Kemppi wasn't enough in order for them to win, so they have decided to sign yet another player.
Their newest addition is the HellRaisers player, Martyn 'STYKO' Styk, whom left the team in the news of the upcomming CIS shuffle.
It seems that the rumours were true as the departuing player is one of their best players in the recent games, the German rifler Denis 'denis' Howel.
Many saw the move as a downgrade for the German based team, but we need to stay tuned and find out if styko played bad in HellRaisers due to internal problems or not.
The team coach, Sergey 'lmbt' Bezhanov had this to say about the move:
"Martin is a very smart player. I have been working with him before and know what he is capable of. He can adapt to almost any role in a team. STYKO will be able to support chrisJ with calling our strategies and be very helpful in clutch situations."
At the same time the newly added member had a long tweet regarding this move and his recent decrease in form.
The Slovak player, styko stated:
"I do not want to go over issues we had towards the end of my career in HR. Those people close to our team knew them and it came to a point where a roster change would be a better solution.
I am thankful to these people nonetheless! They gave me a chance to sign my first contract 21 months ago when I was just an FPL pugger with little knowledge of how competitive CS:GO works.
I am very pleased with the opportunity to be part of mousesports and rejoining with my former teammates Oskar and my former coach. We will have a rather busy schedule during the next few months, but I am sure we will mix well within the team in terms of in-game roles and personalities."
As for the released player, Denis 'denis' Howel his futurte for the time being is uncertain.
With this in mind, the new CS:GO teams for the two organizations are:
- Chris 'chrisJ' de Jong
- Tomas 'oskar' Stastny
- Robin 'ropz' Kool
- Mikka 'suNny' Kemppi
- Martyn 'STYKO' Styk
- Sergey 'lmbt' Bezhanov (coach)