Torzsi won back-to-back WePlay Academy seasons on MOUZ NXT.

MOUZ have announced that Torzsi will move up to the main roster and take over the primary AWPer role on the squad. Meanwhile, acoR is no longer a part of the squad and moves to the bench. 

Torzsi has had a standout year in 2021 on MOUZ Academy. The 19-year-old player had a 1.24 rating throughout the year culminating in MOUZ NXT winning WePlay Academy Seasons 1 and 2. With a 1.38 K/D ratio, Torzsi had a huge impact on MOUZ NXT’s results. 

Thanks for this great opportunity. I hope i can exceed everyone expectations. Last year was full with suprises and i think we made out the best with Mouz NXT and joining the main team is a new chapter for me! I love them so much and i am wishing them the best of luck.

Who is on the MOUZ CS: GO Roster?

Due to the promotion of torzsi, we are moving acoR to the bench for now. We want to thank acoR for his hard work in the past months that was crowned with a tournament win at Flashpoint 3.

MOUZ has undergone several changes to its roster in the past few days. The team’s star player, Ropz left the roster to join FaZe Clan today. With acoR also leaving the squad, the new MOUZ squad will feature a completely different look.

French superstar, NBK is reportedly in talks with MOUZ to join the squad, although nothing is official yet. Despite announcing his move to Valorant, the player has not yet joined any team for Riot’s FPS game. 

The organization has not yet announced a replacement for Ropz, so stay tuned for more announcements in the near future. 

For now, the MOUZ CS: GO roster is as follows:

  • Christopher “⁠dexter⁠” Nong
  • David “⁠frozen⁠” Čerňanský
  • Aurimas “⁠Bymas⁠” Pipiras
  • Ádám “⁠torzsi⁠” Torzsás
  • Frederik “⁠acoR⁠” Gyldstrand (benched)
  • Chris “⁠chrisJ⁠” de Jong (benched)

Stay tuned to esports.gg for the latest CS: GO news and updates

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Rohan Samal

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Rohan is an editor at esports.gg. He found esports through Dota 2, but has since gone on to follow several other titles including CS: GO, Overwatch, Rainbow Six Siege and more. He has written for several publications and hopes to attend TI10 in 2022.