The German esports organization Mouz has announced changes to the CS:GO starting lineup, sending NBK- to the bench. The place of the experienced Frenchman in the team will be taken by JDC, who previously played for the youth team MOUZ NXT.
Today we are announcing changes to our CS:GO team. JDC will be promoted to the main roster and will take part in the RMR tournament and possibly the Major. The German player has already competed at IEM in Katowice and will replace NB in the team's starting lineup.
NBK- joined MOUZ at the start of the season, competing in two championships. At the same time, the French esportsman finished Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Katowice and ESL Pro League Season 15 with a rating of 0.98, which was probably the reason for the reshuffle.
In turn, JDC has been playing for MOUZ NXT since June last year. Together with the team, the 21-year-old German player became the winner of three WePlay Academy League seasons. Interestingly, JDC has already played for the main team of MOUZ at the recent Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Katowice, replacing Bymas, who fell ill.
The nearest tournament for MOUZ will be PGL Major Antwerp 2022: European RMR A, which will be held from April 17 to 29 in Bucharest. The team will compete for eight tickets to PGL Major Antwerp 2022.
From now on, the composition of MOUZ is as follows:
- sycrone (coach).
- NBK- (inactive).
- acoR (inactive).