mousesports CS:GO team
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Events with mousesports
A Minor tournament, which will take place in Germany, for European teams.
One of the largest yearly CS:GO tournaments.
Championship for $100,000 in France
The tournament of Masters from DreamHack which will take place in Marseille, France.
The fifth season of the CS:GO league that is organized by the company ECS.
The fourth season of Invitational by the company StarLadder will take place in Kiev.
The European CS:GO league
ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 is the first Major tournament in 2018
DreamHack Winter 2017 – an annual regular CS:GO championship from DreamHack
Major league for Tier-1 and Tier-1 teams with $1,000,000 prize pool
Major tournament for Tier-1 and Tier-2 with € 200,000 prize pool
Major tournament for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $250,000 prize pool
Regular league from ESL for Tier-1, Tier-2 and Tier-3 teams with $125,000 prize pool
Offline Qualifier for best teams of Minor-championships and teams, wich take held 9-16 place in The ELEAGUE Major 2017.
Major tournament from ESL for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $250,000 prize pool.
Tournament from DreamHack for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $100,000 prize pool.
Regular league from FaceIt with 4 spots to ECS Season 3 Finals with $660,000 prize pool.
A major tournament from ESL for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams who finished EU and NA regular league with 1st-6th place.
Major-tournament from ELEAGUE with $1,000,000 prize pool for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams.
Tournament from DreamHack for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $100,000 prize pool
Major tournament from DreamHack for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $450,000 prize pool.
Tournament from ESL for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $300,000 prize pool.
Major tournament from ESL for Tier-1 teams with $600,000.
Major championship from ESL for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $1,000,000 prize pool.
Major tournament with biggest prize pool ever from Turner Sports and WME|IMG for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $1,400,000 prize pool.
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The story of mousesports dates back to 2002. Then mousesports were a simple German team participating in minor Counter-Strike tournaments. Since then, they results of the collective improved and after some time the players decided to create an eSports organisation with a head office which is still located in Berlin.
Mousesports were not concentrated on Counter-Strike only so they still have rosters in different eSports disciplines. At the moment mouze have Rainbow 6 Siege, Unreal Tournament 4, League of Legends, Rocket League, Fortnite, Smite, Paladins and fighting rosters apart from the CS:GO roster.
The most successful performances of mousesports in the last decade were the ones held as parts of Intel Extreme Masters II, IEM III Global Challenge Dubai and IEM IV European Championship Finals. There the Germans took the first places and the events were the most prestigious at that period of time. In 2008, mousesports won Intel Extreme Masters II and IEM III Global Challenge Dubai, getting money rewards of $50,000 and $25,000 correspondingly. In 2010, the Germans got the main money reward of $25,000 winning IEM IV European Championship Finals.
In March 2012, the CS1.6 roster was dismissed and in 9 months, after passing to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, mouze decided to keep up with the times and in December they signed two CS:GO rosters: the British one and the German one. The were three English and two Norwegian players in the British roster, while five German players represented the German team. Later, a lot of esportsmen from Germany played for mousesports, but they couldn't achieve any good results. The only exception was chrisJ, who has been playing with mouze since 21 October 2013.
At the first half of 2015 denis, NiKo and nex became players of the German organisation and played there till 2017. In 2015 and 2016, Spiidi and loWel also joined mousesports and fought for the German tag till 2017. On 11 September 2016, Sergey “lmbt” Bezhanov became the coach of the team and he still has the same position. In August 2016, oskar joined the team and he also represents the tag now. In 2016, the team participated in the tournament with the biggest prize pool in the CS:GO history, ELEAGUE Season 1 ($1,400,000). The mix of the European players managed to play pretty well at this event and as a result mouze took the 3-4 place getting $70,000 as a reward.
In February 2017, mousesports sold NiKo to FaZe Clan receiving a big sum of money which resulted in the most expensive transfer in the CS:GO world and this record hasn't been broken yet. FaZe Clan and mousesports settled on half a million dollars for the talented shooter. In August, the role of the fifth player was taken by Martyn “STYKO” Styk. On 10 September 2017, the team where chrisJ, oskar, ropz, suNny and STYKO play did this date historical for the German organisation. It was the first time the CS:GO roster of mousesports had got the win at the major tournament with the prize pool ~$240,500 (€200,000). The main money prize was $120,280 (€100,000). Later, this roster became the vice-champion of Esports Championship Series Season 4 - Finals and got the money prize of $120,000.
In February 2018, the team with the same roster got the win at the StarLadder tournament with the prize pool of $300,000. The main money prize was $130,000. In a month the collective got the cup at V4 Future Sports Festival - Budapest 2018 having the money award of ~$245,000. Since then, mousesports wouldn't have the win at LAN tournaments for half months. In June, mousesports agreed with Virtus.pro on the contract with paying the contract with Snax back and signed the Polish esportsman replacing STYKO by him. On 30 September 2018, the renewed roster got the win at ESL One New York 2018 for the first time and got the main money prize of $125,000. Mousesports have been among 10 best CS:GO rosters according to HLTV for a long time and if the Europeans keep on going this way, they will not be the first to lose their position.