The news comes as a huge blow for mousesports, who will miss their top performer this year. The 26-year-old has averaged a 1.15 rating on LAN in 2018, posting 1+ ratings in every offline tournament his team have attended.
Last month, the 27-year-old announced that he was no longer tied to Cloud9, the organisation he had joined in 2014. While with C9, he most notably helped the team to win the ESL Pro League Season 4 Finals and to finish in second place at ESL One Cologne 2017.
Later this week, the North American veteran will be in London as part of the broadcast line-up for the ECS Season 5 Finals, where eight teams, including Cloud9, will square off for their share of a $660,000 prize pool.
ESL One Belo Horizonte will run from June 13-17 at the Mineirinho Arena, with $200,000 on the line. mousesports will attend the event with:
We are happy to announce that @n0thing will be joining the mouz-forces but for ESL One Belo Horizonte only, as @csgooskar is out due to personal reasons! Oskar will be back for ESL One Cologne, but in the meantime we are happy to have n0thing representing us in Brazil! #vamouz pic.twitter.com/dXIH4dtezH— mousesports (@mousesports) June 5, 2018