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Mousesports initially entered Counter-Strike in 2002 with CS 1.6 and has fielded teams in edition of CS since, including two separate teams during the Counter-Strike: Source era.

Mousesports’ CSGO team has gone through multiple iterations, two of which are most notable. Its roster helmed by Nikola "NiKo" Kovač was its most explosive, with NiKo, Chris "chrisJ" de Jong, and Tomáš "oskar" Šťastný comprising the team’s core. 

Initially, mouz struggled in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, with its roster seemingly unable to adjust to the mechanical changes that accompanied CSGO's release. While it was talented enough to make it past regional qualifiers and into main events, their tournament performance was rarely impactful early on. 

In 2015, a roster consisting of well-known names like Nikola "LEGIJA" Ninić and Fatih "gob b" Dayik still participated in a Weekly FACEIT League. An occasional tournament win in '15 was offset by mouz's poor performances at both Majors that year: ESL One Cologne and Cluj-Napoca.

Fans saw more of the same in 2016 as mouz took home wins at regional qualifiers but failed to show up at the sport's top-tier tournaments. The roster was unable to finish higher than ninth place in either ESL One Cologne or MLG Columbus, putting the roster in replacement territory for the organization. 

To that effect, the organization hired Aleksandar "kassad" Trifunović to coach the team in June while replacing Johannes "nex" Maget with Tomáš "oskar" Šťastný. In a case study in "one step forward, two steps back," Kassad left the team only two months later. oskar sent himself to the bench for unspecified personal reasons soon after. Mousesports’ sole highlight in 2016 was a third-place finish at ECS Season 4.

2017 was a whirlwind year for mouseports. The organization benched Chrisj in favor of oskar at the same time as FaZe Clan was in the process of acquiring NiKo. FaZe's successful buyout of NiKo forced Chrisj back to the active roster after just 10 days on the bench. In April, mouz signed the young Robin “ropz” Kool in what would become a move that would pay dividends for the organization in the coming years. To make room, mousesports benched Timo “Spiidi” Richter soon after mouz failed to qualify for DreamHack Open Austin.

Ropz’s presence began to slowly transform mouz. Adding suNny and STYKO accelerated that growth, but the real impetus for mousesports’ movement into the top five was the acquisition of Finn "karrigan" Andersen in early 2019.

Karrigan’s captaincy was a catalyst for the team breaking into the top five towards the end of the year. Surrounded by young, moldable players, his energy and enthusiasm led mouz to an incredible second half of 2019 that saw the team bring home trophies from the CSGO Asia Championships, ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals, and the ICE Challenge 2020.


2019-06-233-4thESL Pro League Season 9 Finals2019-05-23MainESL Pro League 9 Europe2019-05-055-6th2019 IEM XIV Sydney2019-06-09MainEsports Championship Series Season 72019-03-03QualifierIEM Katowice Major 2019 2019-05-191st2019 DreamHack Open Tours2018-12-09MainESL Pro League Season 8 Finals2018-11-125-6thIEM Chicago 20182018-12-10MainESL Pro League Season 8 Europe2018-09-232018 FACEIT Major London2018-07-292018 ELEAGUE CSGO Premier2018-09-302018 ESL One New York2018-06-172018 ESL One Belo Horizonte2018-03-26 V4 Future Sports Festival 2018-02-25SL i League StarSeries Season 42018-02-11Farmskins Championship 22018-01-282018 ELEAGUE Major2017-12-28LooTBET Cup 22017-09-10ESG Tour Mykonos 20172017-10-142017 ELEAGUE CSGO Premier2017-10-12Hellcase Cup 62018-01-31ESL Pro League Season 62017-07-232017 PGL Major Krakow2017-05-082017 DreamHack Tours2017-06-04ESL Pro League Season 52017-01-292017 ELEAGUE Major2016-11-21IEM Oakland 20162016-10-02ESL One New York2016-09-262016 Gfinity Invitational2016-12-04ELEAGUE Season 22016-10-242016 Epicenter Moscow2016-11-29ESL Pro League Season 42016-07-102016 ESL One Cologne2018-11-25MainEsports Championship Series Season 62018-09-022018 DreamHack Masters Stockholm 2018-10-14SL i League StarSeries Season 62018-06-03SL i League StarSeries Season 52018-07-082018 ESL One Cologne2018-05-07IEM Sydney 20182018-05-20ESL Pro League Season 72017-11-20IEM Oakland 20172017-12-022017 DreamHack Winter2017-10-232017 DreamHack Denver2017-11-05Starladder iLeague Invitational 22017-10-29EPICENTER 20172017-12-17Esports Championship Series Season 42017-06-202017 DreamHack Summer2017-05-012017 DreamHack Austin2017-03-05IEM Katowice 2017 2016-09-11SL i League StarSeries XV2018-04-22DreamHack Masters Marseille 20182018-06-11Esports Championship Series Season 52018-03-05IEM Katowice 20182017-09-032017 DreamHack Masters Malmo2017-07-092017 ESL One Cologne2017-06-25Esports Championship Series Season 32017-04-10SL i League StarSeries Season 32016-12-20Esports Championship Series Season 22017-12-112017 ROG Masters2017-02-192017 DreamHack Masters Las Vegas2016-07-31ELEAGUE Season 12016-06-27Esports Championship Series Season 12016-04-03MLG Major Championship Columbus2016-05-15ESL Pro League Season 32016-12-112016 World Cyber Arena2016-01-242016 Dreamhack Leipzig Open2016-04-172016 DreamHack Masters Malmo2016-03-062016 IEM Katowice2019-07-07Main2019 ESL One Cologne2019-07-212019 StarLadder Berlin Championship Minor Europe2019-09-08Main2019 StarLadder Berlin Major2019-09-201stGGBET Beijing Invitational2019-09-223-4th2019 V4 Future Sports Festival S22019-09-29Qualifier2019 ESL One New York2019-10-065-6th2019 DreamHack Masters Malmo2019-10-27MainSL i League StarSeries Season 82019-11-18QualifierESL Pro League 10 Europe2019-11-241st2019 CSGO Asia Championships2019-12-02MainEsports Championship Series Season 82019-12-081stESL Pro League 10 Finals2019-12-151stCS Summit 52019-12-222nd2019 Epicenter2020-02-061stGGBet ICE Challenge 20202020-05-17MainESL One Road to Rio EU2020-08-31Main2020 ESL One Cologne Europe2020-10-25Main2020 Dreamhack Open Fall


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