Troubley confirms mouz breakup
Tobias "Troubley" Tabbert has confirmed in an interview with 99Damage.de that his mousesports team have disbanded.
As HLTV.org had reported first hand, mouz's CS:GO division was in shambles after Manuel "approx" Zeitz and Andre "nooky" Utesch had decided to play alongside Michele "zonixx" Köhler, Azmican "asmo" Berberoglu and Benjamin "qk-Mantis" Oberlein in a new team called Swogger.
This trimmed down mouz's team to just two players, Tobias "Troubley" Tabbert and Finn "karrigan" Andersen, with the latter having played for Western Wolves as a stand-in in Tuesday's RaidCall EMS One Cup defeat to Copenhagen Wolves.
Troubley calls time on CS career
Tabbert has now confirmed that mouz's players have decided to go their separate ways while revealing that he has retired from gaming.
"On my part, I will draw the line here," he told 99Damage.de. "I have made the decision to close the Counter-Strike chapter.
"I don't know what the others on the team are doing now.
"I have been thinking about retiring from the competitive scene for a while. I built two teams in CS:GO by myself and failed two times.
"Since I will be having a lot of time in the future, I am thinking about switching to LoL."
The news represents a heavy blow to the plans of mousesports, who had opted to focus on the German scene when they released the UK-based squad led by Sam "RattlesnK" Gawn back in December.
The German organisation have not yet indicated whether they will start afresh by signing a new squad or stop supporting CS:GO.