Successful November for MOUZ

MOUZ fans had to keep their eyes peeled in order to not miss out on any of the action during the following tournaments that happened back-to-back. Here is a recap of our celebration: The victory of our mouz NXT roster in Kiev, Problem X in Las Vegas, the Prime League Winter Cup and the ESL Meisterschaft finals for our Warcraft 3 players. The main CS:GO roster tried their best at the DreamHack Open November and stompy qualified for the FNCS Grand Royale Finals.

MOUZ NXT

Starting off with the MOUZ NXT team, we are proud to announce their victory to the second trophy at WePlay Academy League Finals in Kiev. The finals were an overwhelming win of two maps in a row against NAVI Junior, thus securing their victory. The team dominated their way through the playoffs. Playing against NAVI Junior first, with a 2:1 win, Young Ninjas in the Semi-Finals with a 2:0 win, to then take the win against NAVI Junior in the Finals. The team consisting of Jon “JDC” de Castro, Kamil “siuhy” Szkaradek, Dorian “xertioN” Berman, Hubert “szejn” Światły, Adam “torzsi” Torzsas and the coach Dennis “sycrone” Nielsen gave it their all, and through their hard work and dedication have succeeded in the WePlay Academy League again. They still have two tournaments until the end of the year, and we hope they keep the momentum. The MOUZ NXT team wins $45.000 USD prize money at the tournament.  

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Problem X

Next up we celebrate the victory of Ben “Problem X” Simon at the Red Bull Kumite 2021 Las Vegas in Street Fighter V. Finally, the Street Fighter Scene had an offline event again. To Problem X and many other pro athletes in the scene it was the first event in a long while, and Ben took the win with flying colors. Right in the Quarterfinals his Energy was high winning 3:0 versus Punk. In The Semifinals he took on iDom, where he got the upper hand with 4:2 on the scoreboard. In the finals he played against NL from South Korea, where Problem X won 5:3 and took the trophy at the event. Problem X took home $6.000 USD prize money. 

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League of Legends

Our League of Legends roster finished their last event with a bang. Paweł “Czekolad” Szczepanik, Milo “Pridestalker” Wehnes, Ilya “Gadget” Makavchuk, Kamil “Kamilius” Košťál, Max “Satorius” Günther and the coach Jakub “bezum” Iwanicki played their last event in MOUZ colors and took the trophy in the Prime League Winter Cup 2021. Starting with high energy in the Quarterfinals MOUZ encounters Team GamerLegion and took the win 2:1. However in the Semifinals the Unicorns of Love took the team by storm and don’t give them a chance to win a map going down 0:3. In the lower bracket MOUZ first encounters SK Gaming Prime, winning 3:1 just to take on BIG next winning 3:2. FC Schalke 04 Evolution were taken out in the Upper bracket by Unicorns of love, who have been undefeated up to then. MOUZ wins against FC Schalke in the Lower bracket 3:1, making it to the finals against Unicorns of Love where they took 3:1, winning the tournament. Milo “Pridestalker” Wehnes got four MVPs in the tournament and Ilya “Gadget” Makavchuk one. The League of Legends team took home €10.000 EUR prize money.  

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XlorD

Daniel “XlorD” Spenst, the undefeated ESL Meisterschaft Champion did it again, he took first place at the ESL Meisterschaft Season 2 2021. Michael “EnTe” Braaz and Domenic “WaN” Nimz share the third place, as ToD has found his way to second place. During the Quarterfinals WaN won 3:2 over Kevin and XlorD secured his spot in the Semis in a 3:1 over Franzyzz. Just like every season there is the derby between our players, this time XlorD plays against EnTe, where XlorD took the win 3:0. WaN lost against ToD 3:0, but in the finals XlorD dominated with 3:0 over ToD taking the win and €3.000 EUR prize money.  

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stompy

Klaus “stompy” Konstanzer qualified for the FNCS Grand Royals finals, where he ended up placing 10th with his team WAVE scriwy and WAVE Shady, taking home $44.000 USD. The young Austrian player was able to qualify for the finals with just one match and swiftly got to setup the team to take 10th place in one of the most important Fortnite tournaments of the year.  

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