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mousesports founded in Berlin

Founded to dominate the German Counter-Strike scene from the start with the five best players from Berlin.

World Cyber Games Bronze Medal

In one of the first global competitions for mousesports, the team managed to claim the Bronze Medal at the 2002 World Cyber Games behind Russia and Canada.

3rd place CPL Cannes

In France, mousesports fought their way through the tournament bracket, only losing to Team9 twice to finish on third place.

3rd place CPL Kopenhagen

Another Bronze Medal finish by mousesports in Kopenhagen, as mousesports finished on third place behind SK Gaming & GamePoint Online.

WarCraft III team established

In 2003, mousesports set the foundation for what was about to become one of the most successful WarCraft III divisions in the world, with legendary players like HasuObs & Spell.

Battlefield European Champion

The mousesports Battlefield 1942 team was considered one of the strongest forces worldwide, as they've won the European Championship in 2004.

New games in mousesports

In 2004, mousesports started its Unreal Tournament division, which will later dominate the tournament scene for years to come. Mousesports not only started the Unreal Tournament division, but also ventured into FIFA, Painkiller and CS:CZ for ESWC eventually.

WCG Vice World Champion

Maurice "Burnie" Engelhardt joined forces with mousesports after winning the Electronic Sports World Cup 2004 in Unreal Tournament and became Vice World Champion at the World Cyber Games 2004.

Best CS team worldwide

The mousesports Counter-Strike team was ranked 1st in the GotFrag World Ranking in 2005, becoming the best Counter-Strike team in that period. The team not only won the EuroCup and CPL Barcelona but also finished 3rd at the Electronic Sports World Cup 2005.

Double EuroCup Champions

In 2005, mousesports won the ClanBase EuroCup not once, but twice. In Counter-Strike & Unreal Tournament, no team was able to mess with the German brand.

Cooller joins mousesports

One of the most storied pro players of all time, Anton "Cooler" Singov joined mousesports in 2005 to represent the organisation in the coming years in Quake 4 and Quake Live.

Defending EuroCup

In 2006, mousesports successfully defended the ClanBase/GGL EuroCup in Counter-Strike, with the addition of legendary Norwegian player Ola "elemeNt" Moum.

Cooller becomes best Quake player

In 2006, mousesports player Anton "Cooller" Singov became the world's best Quake 4 player, winning the CPL Winter 2005 over his arch rival for the next year, Johan "toxic" Quick.

New era in Counter-Strike

In 2007, mousesports started a new era in professional Counter-Strike, as Tixo, Kapio, gob b and cyx joined the brand. Together with Franz "gore" Burghardt and Roman "roman" Ausserdorfer they created the most successful German CS team of all times.

Nihilum joins mousesports

Nihilum, the world's most successful World of Warcraft guild, joined forces with mousesports in 2007 to become the brand's official WoW label.

Dota & PES in mousesports

In 2007, mousesports expanded its gaming portfolio to Dota and Pro Evolution Soccer - both teams will become one of the world's best to compete with the very best.

IEM World Champion

Mousesports won the IEM World Championship in Hannover, Germany.

IEM Global Champion Dubai

In 2008, mousesports won the IEM Global Challenge in Dubai, with a 2-0 victory over the Golden 5 lineup, representing Frag eXecutors.

WEM Vice World Champion

Mousesports claimed the Vice World Championship in Korea in 2008, at the World Esports Masters, only losing to later champion mTw.

mousesports wins GameGune

After finishing on 2nd place in 2008, mousesports won the GameGune 2009 in a thrilling Grand Final over the Golden 5 lineup "WICKED" with 16-11 on de_dust2 to take home the Gold Medal.

Setting National Records

In 2009, mousesports was the first team to win three consecutive National Championships in Counter-Strike. From 2008 to 2012, mousesports has won all CS ESL Pro Series Championships (nine in a row), before closing the legendary Counter-Strike 1.6 division.

StarCraft II team created

In 2010, mousesports ventured into StarCraft II, to become the world's best StarCraft team outside of Korea.

cyx dies in car accident

Legendary mousesports player Antonio "cyx" Daniloski dies in a tragic car accident in July 2010 and will be missed by many up to date.

IEM European Champion

In early 2010, mousesports claimed first place at the IEM European Championship with a victory over Fnatic in the Grand Final.

Early StarCraft II dominance

Quickly after switching to StarCraft II, mousesports claimed several Gold Medals, including the IEM Global Challenge Cologne Championship as well as first and second place at DreamHack Winter 2010.

StarCraft II Champions

In 2011, the mousesports StarCraft II team showcased their strength by winning the EG Masters Cup twice, as well as the MEDION Trophy at Paris Games Week.

TSL3 Champion

In 2011, mousesports StarCraft II player Marcus "ThorZaIN" Eklöf has won the Team Liquid Starleague #3 with a 3-1 Grand Final victory over his Swedish compatriot NaNiWa in New York City.

ESWC World Champion

Mousesports StarCraft II player Grzegorz "MaNa" Komincz won the Electronic Sports World Cup 2012. His teammate Florian "oNio" Roschu secured the Vice World Championship in Trackmania.

Copenhagen Games Champion

In 2012, mousesports won the Copenhagen Games 2012, the most important and prestigious Counter-Strike: Source tournament worldwide. Shortly following after their triumph, the lineup transitioned to become the brands first official Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team.

DreamHack Summer Champion

In 2012, mousesports StarCraft II player Grzegorz "MaNa" Komincz has won the DreamHack Summer with a 3-1 Grand Final victory over DIMAGA.

EMS One Summer Champion

In 2013, the mousesports Dota 2 team became the EMS One Summer Champion after defeating Evil Geniuses with 3-1 in the Grand Final. In the Spring season, mousesports finished on 3rd place.

ESL Euro Series Champion

In 2013, the mousesports StarCraft II team has been crowned ESL Euro Series Champion after a 3-1 Grand Final victory over Natus Vincere.

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American Dota Champion

In 2014, mousesports won the American Dota League Season 2, with a 3-1 Grand Final victory over Team Liquid.

The International 2014

In 2014, mousesports has qualified for the most important Dota 2 tournament in the world, The International, for the third time in a row. From 2012 to 2014, mousesports has been part of the most prestigious tournament all year. They've finished 13th in 2012 and 2013, as well as 11th in 2014.

First Major Event

In 2014, mousesports has been a part of the first major event in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, the Intel Extreme Masters Katowice.

Return of a legend

In Januar 2015, legendary mousesports team captain Fatih "gob b" Dayik announced his return to the professional gaming scene by signing with mousesports, the team he led to glory several years ago in Counter-Strike 1.6.

New era in CS:GO

By signing the tree players Denis "denis" Howell, Johannes "nex" Maget and Timo "Spiidi" Richter, as well as one of the most talented players of his time, Nikola "NiKo" Kovac, mousesports recreated their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive division from scratch in 2015.

2002

mousesports founded in Berlin

2002

World Cyber Games Bronze Medal

2003

3rd place CPL Cannes

2003

3rd place CPL Kopenhagen

2003

WarCraft III team established

2004

Battlefield European Champion

2004

New games in mousesports

2004

WCG Vice World Champion

2005

Best CS team worldwide

2005

Double EuroCup Champions

2005

Cooller joins mousesports

2006

Defending EuroCup

2006

Cooller becomes best Quake player

2007

New era in Counter-Strike

2007

Nihilum joins mousesports

2007

Dota & PES in mousesports

2008

IEM World Champion

2008

IEM Global Champion Dubai

2008

WEM Vice World Champion

2009

mousesports wins GameGune

2009

Setting National Records

2010

StarCraft II team created

2010

cyx dies in car accident

2010

IEM European Champion

2010

Early StarCraft II dominance

2011

StarCraft II Champions

2011

TSL3 Champion

2012

ESWC World Champion

2012

Copenhagen Games Champion

2012

DreamHack Summer Champion

2013

EMS One Summer Champion

2013

ESL Euro Series Champion

2014

American Dota Champion

2014

The International 2014

2014

First Major Event

2015

Return of a legend

2015

New era in CS:GO

Hall of Fame

Christian 'Blizzard' Chmiel

Former CS Player

Antonio 'cyx' Daniloski

Former CS Player

Anton 'Cooller' Singov

Former Quake Player

Fatih "gob b" Dayik

Former CS Player

Franz "gore" Burghardt

Former CS Player

Dennis 'HasuObs' Schneider

Former WC3 & SC2 Player

Jonas "Johnny R." Bollack

Former CS Player

Navid "Kapio" Javadi

Former CS Player

Roman "Roman R." Reinhardt

Former CS Player

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Minh "Spell" Nguyen

Former WC3 Player

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