MOUZ (mouz) CS:GO team

There is not always an opportunity to enjoy the play of the favorite team mousesports. On the website EGamersWorld, actual statistics of the discipline CS:GO can always be seen, which will allow you to find out how the match with the participation of the favorite team mousesports was played.

How mousesports was playing in the last matches:

The last 5 matches: the number of victories amounts 3 (60%).
The last 10 matches: the number of victories amounts 7 (70%).

The number of matches, which were played by mousesports in the past 3 months - 31. Also, the number of won matches - 21, which amounted 68%.
The number of matches, which were played by mousesports in the past year - 79. Also, the number of won matches - 47, which amounted 60%.

The next match of the team mousesports will be carried out against the team Coming soon. According to the schedule of the tournament Coming soon, the match will be held on Coming soon.

It is worth reminding that the last match of mousesports was carried out against the team Outsiders at the tournament IEM Rio Major 2022 on 12.11.2022.

This match was over with the confident victory of the team Outsiders with a score of 2:1.

In the last matches, mousesports were showing an unstable play with the general winrate of 60%% (3 victory(victories) out of 5).

Mousesports is one of the most famous and «ancient» multigaming organizations in European and international esports. The first mousesports roster was assembled at the dawn of the industry, in 2002.

Let us take a look at the history of the CS subdivision of mousesports.

First Appearance

As it has already been mentioned, mousesports debuted on the competitive stage in 2002. The first lineup of «mice» was made up by:

· Roman R.;

· Niels K.;

· Johnny R.;

· puCSt;

· silencer.

In 2002, mousesports performed at several major tournaments. Those included CPL Europe Cologne 2002, LAN Arena 7, CPL Europe Oslo 2002, WCG 2002, and EPS Germany Season 1. The latter three championships resulted in participation in the grand final, and they became the champions of EPS Germany Season 1.

By the end of the year the team had taken on impi and gore, however, at the beginning of 2003 they left the team taking Johnny R with them.

CS and CS:Source

In 2003, mousesports were looking for replacement of the former gamers trying to create a stable roster in the fast-developing discipline.

In June, the team welcomed koj and DonKamilio, and several weeks later mousesports exchanged DonKamilio for grAyFox and todi. Anyway, those changes did not put an end to the reshuffle period in the roster.

In August, mousesporst signed PapsT and gore, and several days later they faced another big reshuffle: the team lost grAyFox, todi, koj and silencer. A bit later Johnny R returned to the team. Blizzard and mO also joined the roster.

Finally, mousesports took on neo.

Needless to say, all those changes were accompanied by performances at tournaments of various kinds. In 2003 mousesports played at 2003 CPL Cannes where they took third place, EPS Germany Season II where they became silver finalists, and EPS Germany Season III where the gamers became champions.

2004 was even better. mousesports had one replacement as Johnny R. got benched and todi was signed instead of him. It affected the team’s results.

The gamers won EPS Germany Seaaon V and took second place at EPS Germany Season IV.

In 2005, by the way, everything was going smoothly for the gamers: mousesports won CPL Spain 2005, got placed third at ESWC 2005, and later won ClanBase EuroCup XI and EPS Germany Season VII.

The following several years were not quite successful for mousesports and they were different from each other with constant changes that were regular for the roster in those times.

By the end of 2007, mousesports had got stronger and eventually became the best team of those times.

World Championship

In 2007, mousesports had a series of drastic changes. At the end of the year, the team dismissed neo and fleks, and their slots were taken by Tixo, Kapio, and silver. In the middle of the year gob b and cyx joined the team replacing silver and Blizzard.

In 2008, the mousesports machine turned on. In March 2008, mousesports won Intel Extreme Masters II which made them the best team of those times. But this was not the end of mousesports’ achievements. That year also brought the players victories at EPS Germany Season XII and IEM III Global Challenge Dubai.

They completed the year with a win at ESL Pro Series Germany Season 13. Their success continued in 2009.

Then they won ESL Pro Germany: Season 14, GameGune 2008, IEM IV Global Challenge Gamescom.

2010 became a crucial moment for mousesports. In June, they signed a Counter-Strike: Source roster that consisted of:

· bishop;

· spite;

· biw0;

· LiMO;

· SlyCer;

· asmo.

However, mousesports did not stay long in CS:Source.

In July 2010, cyx died in a car accident when he was going back home from Frankfurt. This distress was a big shock for the team and the organization that affected the whole esports world. It would entail worsening of their results at international championships.

However, mousesports were able to go through that difficult period and return to the esports stage with new powers.

Transfer to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

After the tragedy with cyx and several attempts to repeat the results of 2008, mousesports decided to move to a new and more promising versions of the game.

In 2012, the club signed a British roster. It included:

· Mx

· RattlesnK

· pt

· stinger

· prb

The team performed well at DreamHack Winter 2012 taking 3rd-4th place which suddenly became the last good result for that period of time.

Dark Period of mousesports

The period after 2012 could definitely be called dark: the team failed almost all tournaments where the gamers took part in, and those failures were followed by constant reshuffle in the roster.

One of the examples of such performances was ESL Major Series One Katowice 2014. At the first Major tournament in the history of the organization the players took 13th-16th place. Anyway, it went on.

In 2015, mousesports played at two world championships and they showed good gaming at any of them. At ESL One: Cologne 2015, the players took 13th-16th place, and DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca 2015 brought them 9th-12th place. In 2016, the situation repeated: 9th-12th place at MLG Major Championship: Columbus 2016 and 9th-12th at ESL One: Cologne 2016.

Those performances continued till the end of 2017.


After the failure at the Major tournaments and several replacements including NiKo’s transfer to FaZe Clan, mousesports finally showed worthy results at big tournaments.

In September 2017, the roster made up by chrisJ, oskar, ropz, suNny, and STYKO won EGS Tour Mykonos 2017. At the end of the year, they took second place at DreamHack Open Winter 2017 and Esports Championship Series Season 4 – Finals.

At the beginning of 2018, mousesports performed at ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018. In that time the performance was not so poor and the gamers took 5th-8th place in Boston.

A bit later mousesports won StarLadder & i-League StarSeries Season 4 and V4 Future Sports Festival – Budapest 2018.

Later the gamers had normal performances at ESL Pro League Season 7 – Europe where the team won the group stage, and Intel Extreme Masters XIII – Sydney where the team took 3rd-4th place.

However, those good results were again overlaid by their gaming at a Major tournament. Mousesports awfully failed FACEIT Major: London 2018 and took the 15th-16th place. However, after that Snax substituted for STYKO and helped the team win first place at ESL One: New York 2018.


In 2019-2020 mousesports cemented their status of a stable mid-ranged team. At times the team popped like at ESL Pro League Season 9 – Europe which was won by the gamers, and at times the players failed like at StarLadder Berlin Major 2019.

Anyway, there were more top moments and reasons for pride in 2019. Especially at the end of the year when mousesports had a series of successful performances at major tournaments. They won CS:GO Asia Championship 2019, ESL Pro League Season 10 – Finals, and cs_summit 5.

They players were one step away from victory at EPICENTER 2019 which should have become their fourth in a row.

In 2020, there were less reasons for pride. Those included first place at ICE Challenge 2020, second place at ESL Pro League Season 11: Europe, 1st-2nd position at BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Showdown and second place at DreamHack Master Winter 2020: Europe.

However, there were tournaments like ESL One: Road to Rio – Europe where mousesports took 13th-14th place, DreamHack Masters Spring 2020: Europe and 13th-16th place, cs_summit 6 Online: Europe, and 13th-16th place, or ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online – Europe with the same 13th-16th position.

Organization and Awards

The CEO mousesports is Stefan Wendt, and Leon Packheiser is the manager of the roster. The captain band is put on karrigan’s arm, and the coach’s slot is taken by mithR.

Mousesports collaborate with several famous brands like Vodafone, ROCKSTAR Energy Dring, SNIPES, Team Razer, Nitrado, and noblechairs.

Since the moment of its foundation, different rosters of the CS subdivision brought the organization over $3,600,000 of prize money.

What is the current roster of MOUZ CS:GO
In last matches for MOUZ played: torzsi frozen dexter xertioN JDC
When is the umcoming match for MOUZ CS:GO
Information about the upcoming MOUZ matches is currently unavailable. Stay tuned on EGamersWorld
What is the nearest tournament with the participation of MOUZ CS:GO
Upcoming tournaments MOUZ will play in:
21 February 2023 ESL Pro League Season 17