Long-time Mousesports pair Tomas 'oskar' Stastny and Miikka 'suNny' Kemppi have opened up about their exits from the team's starting line-up as they search for new opportunities elsewhere.
The pair departed from the Mouz active roster on March 14 after the organization announced the signing of three new players to their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ream - including the in-demand Danish in-game leader, Finn ‘Karrigan’ Andersen.
After having some time to compose their thoughts, the long serving members of the Mouz squad revealed their feelings about departing the team.
Sunny utilized TwitLonger to make his feelings known about his benching. He revealed that there is interest in him from other teams - which has already been previously reported - but he added that he will be taking his time before making a commitment.
The Finnish star fragger also explained that there is no “bad blood” between him and his now-former teammates - before thanking them all for their time together and the success they were able to have.
Oskar posted his parting comments on Twitter as he is now a free agent and able to negotiate with any team moving forward. “GG. I would like to thank all the people supporting me during my time in mouz," he said."
He added: "We achieved what we could and were capable of. We tried to reach more but were not successful. Thanks [to] all [my] teammates who were a part of the success we had. With love, your free agent.”
GG. I would like to thank all the people supporting me during my time in mouz. We achieved what we could and were capable of, we tried to reach more but went not successfully. Thanks all teammates who were part of the success we did. With love your free agent. pic.twitter.com/CBzNRzKSUP— Tomáš Šťastný (@CSGOoskar) March 14, 2019
Mousesports' new-look roster will be in action against Fnatic in the second week of the European portion of ECS Season 7.
Despite not being a team for all that long, Mouz will be expected to make a push for the weekly tournament finals, which if they claimed success in, would see them claim a spot at the LAN Finals in London in June.
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