Why mousesports decided to jump on the academy train

The German organisation is the latest big name in Europe to assemble an academy roster. Can this team stand out from the rest?

For mousesports, the process of building an academy squad began not with reaching out to talented prospects, but with finding the right person to lead the team from the sidelines.

The German organisation put its trust on Dennis "⁠sycrone⁠" Nielsen to coach the team, called MOUZ NXT (an intentional misspelling of the word "next") — a fitting name for a project aimed at unearthing the champions of tomorrow. The 25-year-old Dane took on his first coaching gig after playing for — and leading — teams like Singularity, North Academy, Sprout and Tricked between 2015 and 2021. Beyond his in-game achievements, his experience teaching Danish teenagers the skills necessary to become successful players helped convince mousesports' management to hand him the keys to the academy program.

mousesports unveiled an academy team, mouz NXT, earlier this month
Photo by mousesports/Tobias Augustin

sycrone has been a part-time teacher at the Danish gymnasium Campus Vejle for the past two years. He took the job after Torbjørn "⁠mithR⁠" Nyborg, who is now the head coach of MOUZ’ main team, left to pursue a coaching role on North in 2019. Like many other gymnasiums in Denmark, Campus Vejle, located two hours away from Copenhagen, has an esports program with dedicated classes to help young players to develop their skills, in-game knowledge, communication, and other intangibles that can lead to an esports career. Campus Vejle, which has in Nicolai "⁠device⁠" Reedtz one of its most famous alumni, recently had a team, Vejle Instinct, competing in POWER Ligaen, Denmark’s top Counter-Strike league.

It is no coincidence that the coaches of MOUZ and MOUZ NXT have similar backgrounds. It was mithR himself who recommended sycrone to mouz’s management after the 25-year-old had left an impression on him in 2016 during a local LAN event. "I had this notebook with a lot of different strats," sycrone tells HLTV.org. "I had anti-stratted every team that we played against, and he thought: 'Damn, that guy. I like him, he tries hard and prepares for his opponents. He’s a smart guy'. A few months ago, he came to me and asked: 'Are you still the same guy? There's this job opportunity that I'd like you to pursue if you want to'".

Jan Dominicus, Chief Business Development Officer (CBDO) at mousesports, says that several candidates were interviewed for the position but that it quickly became clear that sycrone was the right person for the job. "He has the same nationality as the head coach of our main team and we want them to work very closely together," he explains. "He has experience as a player, a background in education and a very intense drive to do this project. He brought up a lot of his own ideas for how he wanted to do it."

An academy project had long been a dream of mousesports', but for a while the conditions were challenging. With tournament organisers and Valve taking a tough stance on multi-team ownership, there wasn’t enough of an incentive for organisations to nurture a secondary squad. But that paradigm has shifted in the last two years, especially since the start of this online era caused by the coronavirus pandemic, which has seen the proliferation of smaller international tournaments that can be a valuable source of experience for young teams. At the same time, several organisations have become more sensible with their spending and see the value in developing young talent to avoid having to open their chequebook every time that a player needs to be replaced.

Organisations like NAVI, Astralis, NIP and Virtus.pro have all built solid academy projects. The current Gambit squad was assembled in April 2019 as something of an afterthought, but quickly became the organisation's main focus and has since grown into a modern powerhouse. The timing felt right for mousesports to hop on the bandwagon.

As sycrone and mousesports CEO Stefan Wendt set out to build the team, they asked around about up-and-coming talent from multiple regions. "From there, I’d watch four of five demos of each player to try to have an idea of how they played the game, the types of roles they played, and whether I could envision a roster with them," sycrone says. "I did a lot of player interviews and in the end, we got the five players that we wanted. I'm really happy with how it turned out."

MOUZ NXT have in Ádám "⁠torzsi⁠" Torzsás their main source of creativity. The Hungarian AWPer tore up the tier-two scene during his year on Budapest Five (1.20 rating and 1.24 impact), and his hopes of making it to the top will have been boosted by Valve’s decision to allow players who have been VAC-banned for at least five years to participate in its sanctioned tournaments. "We had the perfect timing," sycrone says of the signing of torzsi, whose VAC ban expires in November. "To me, he seems to be the Hungarian ZywOo. He's extremely humble and a nice guy. What you see in ZywOo, a good and humble team player, it's the same with him."

Jon "⁠JDC⁠" de Castro brings with him vital experience from his time competing in the upper echelons of the German scene with PANTHERS, expert and Unicorns of Love. "He’s like a secondary caller," sycrone says. "He brings a lot of calmness, some mid-round adjustments, and he's a good role model for the other players." Hubert "⁠szejn⁠" Światły and Kamil "⁠siuhy⁠" Szkaradek were both key parts of the Izako Boars squad that was briefly ranked first in Poland in February and that won ESEA Advanced 36, two months later. "siuhy is really smart and bright, and he is the type of leader who doesn't mind going in front," sycrone says. "Szejn is the anchor of the team and has some of the most insane mechanical skill that I've ever seen. A role player like that is something you need in every team and that is very hard to find."

And then there’s Dorian "⁠xertioN⁠" Berman, "the biggest gamble on the team" in sycrone’s words. The 16-year-old, the latest in a line of Israeli prospects, has relatively little experience, but what he lacks in that department he makes up for with pure talent and eagerness to improve. "Considering how little experience he has, he's just incredible," the Danish coach says. "I think it's good for any team to have someone who's extremely hungry and in whom you can see growth from week to week. It's a huge motivating factor for everyone. He’s improving so fast. Skill-wise, he’ll be in a totally different place in a year."

mousesports are thrilled with the way the academy squad is looking. They view it as a natural extension of the main team, which has a fine track record for developing raw talent — just look at Nikola "⁠NiKo⁠" Kovač, Robin "⁠ropz⁠" Kool and, more recently, David "⁠frozen⁠" Čerňanský and Aurimas "⁠Bymas⁠" Pipiras. "There was not a player that we wanted and did not work out," says Dominicus, the mousesports CBDO. "I think that speaks to the image that mousesports has built with talented players because they see that we have always taken chances and that it has worked out for a lot of them. People were interested in being a part of our academy team."

sycrone, mouz NXT's coach, has a lot of experience teaching young players
Photo by mousesports/Tobias Augustin

The German organisation seems to be fully invested in making MOUZ NXT a successful team in its own right — so much so that it didn’t hesitate to spend money when necessary to buy the right players. "It’s not like there were buyouts with large money transactions," Dominicus says of the process of signing torzsi, szejn and siuhy. "It was more like a gesture towards Izako Boars and Budapest Five, who were very reasonable in the discussions and allowed the players to take this opportunity." The main goal, he adds, is to develop these young players so that, one day, they can break into the main team effortlessly. "With the investment in the academy, even if just one player makes it to our main roster, it will probably be much more effective than buying someone from a different team."

mousesports hope to build a strong connection between the main team and the academy roster through regular scrims and a constant exchange of ideas between the two coaches. In these COVID times, having academy players who are familiar with the system and can fill in at a moment’s notice when a problem arises can be invaluable. But the plan is not to swap players back and forth, "like other teams have tried a lot", sycrone says, in an obvious jab at NIP, though he quickly points out that he finds the Swedish team’s recent success with academy players "very impressive".

If early results are anything to go by, MOUZ NXT seem to be on the right track. A 16-8 rout of GamerLegion and a 2-0 victory over Spirit Academy — thanks to a performance of devastating quality by torzsi (1.65 rating, +33 K-D and 107 ADR) — are encouraging signs. sycrone views the CIS squad, headlined by Robert "⁠Patsi⁠" Isyanov, as one of his side's biggest challengers for the title of best academy team, along with Young Ninjas and NAVI Junior. Such rivalries will soon be put to the test, if rumours about an upcoming academy league are to be believed. Until then, it's all about making steady progress and going from strength to strength, but that does not prevent sycrone from aiming big: "Approaching the top 30 would be a big milestone for these players."

Lithuania Aurimas 'Bymas' Pipiras
Aurimas 'Bymas' Pipiras
Age:
18
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.96
Maps played:
240
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.63
Germany Jon 'JDC' de Castro
Jon 'JDC' de Castro
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
290
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.70
Israel Dorian 'xertioN' Berman
Dorian 'xertioN' Berman
Age:
17
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.93
Maps played:
15
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.70
Hungary Ádám 'torzsi' Torzsás
Ádám 'torzsi' Torzsás
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.15
Maps played:
279
KPR:
0.78
DPR:
0.65
Russia Robert 'Patsi' Isyanov
Robert 'Patsi' Isyanov
Age:
18
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
357
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.68
Poland Hubert 'szejn' Światły
Hubert 'szejn' Światły
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
351
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.69
Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.15
Maps played:
1466
KPR:
0.80
DPR:
0.67
Slovakia David 'frozen' Čerňanský
David 'frozen' Čerňanský
Age:
19
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.13
Maps played:
1057
KPR:
0.77
DPR:
0.65
Estonia Robin 'ropz' Kool
Robin 'ropz' Kool
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.11
Maps played:
978
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.62
Denmark Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.16
Maps played:
1711
KPR:
0.78
DPR:
0.62
Poland Kamil 'siuhy' Szkaradek
Kamil 'siuhy' Szkaradek
Age:
19
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.99
Maps played:
322
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.71
Good to know!
2021-06-29 18:30
12 replies
Tier5
2021-06-29 18:30
11 replies
#9
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Lithuania Sopranas
Brazil talking
2021-06-29 18:32
9 replies
MAD lions fan talking
2021-06-29 19:37
8 replies
#56
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Lithuania Sopranas
NA TALKING
2021-06-29 19:39
7 replies
fatality
2021-06-29 20:33
#75
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Pakistan LoOuU2
NA 1 NAF Rest of the world 0
2021-06-29 21:46
4 replies
#82
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Norway JakkeJ
CIS NAFany
2021-06-30 00:01
3 replies
+1 rekt
2021-06-30 02:01
+1 REKT
2021-06-30 17:53
+1 CIS NAF better
2021-07-01 08:55
NA > Mad Lions hahahahaha
2021-06-30 00:35
#109
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Poland Lyro123
top 50 goes brrrr
2021-07-20 08:30
#3
ropz | 
Netherlands n3wH0p3
Because ropz will leave and they need to be able to replace him fast :)
2021-06-29 18:31
36 replies
nah i think bymas will be benched soon, he has been pretty meh
2021-06-29 18:31
20 replies
#15
ropz | 
United States Cuft
yes mouz will make roster changes coming off a tournament victory
2021-06-29 18:34
7 replies
well i think after cologne or event after that, bymas has just been giving a 5v4 to the enemies
2021-06-29 18:35
3 replies
Look At bymas recent stats
2021-06-29 19:48
2 replies
look at his name he can't afford a proper education to look at funny number thingys
2021-06-29 21:08
Bymas's rating is 1.09 for the past 3 months which is good, i'll give you that but his impact rating is only 0.91. He still does his job well enough though imo.
2021-06-29 22:47
#65
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Latvia Snnaakee
What tournament they win?
2021-06-29 20:33
2 replies
Flashpoint
2021-06-29 20:51
1 reply
#96
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Latvia Snnaakee
Thanks
2021-06-30 17:49
Yeah because surely your support player should outfrag the awper, good logic!
2021-06-29 18:44
8 replies
wait hes support? i thought he was entry
2021-06-29 18:47
6 replies
#33
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Switzerland Imodeode
Nah, it's mostly dexter and frozen who are entrying.
2021-06-29 18:50
5 replies
oh, i guess dexter made that change atleast with karrigan he was entry
2021-06-29 18:52
2 replies
yeah when bymas first joined karrigan put him to entry but I think dexter took the hard entry role
2021-06-29 19:05
1 reply
yeah i guess so
2021-06-29 19:39
even ropzs has high attempt % on t side since dexter joined
2021-06-29 19:52
1 reply
#62
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Switzerland Imodeode
Yeah, he has been getting more aggressive which is something I like.
2021-06-29 20:17
#31
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Slovakia xaboff
Dw he supports og and dig he's not too bright
2021-06-29 18:48
that isnt even true
2021-06-29 19:03
1 reply
#51
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Germany Giantcoqo
Bymas is quite good recently. Acor is a bit underperforming.
2021-06-29 19:23
Bymas has been playing incredible as of late. Compare his stats from earlier this year to now and you’ll see what I mean.
2021-06-29 23:10
#10
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Brazil serjolaum
yuppp
2021-06-29 18:32
Flair checks out.
2021-06-29 18:49
10 replies
Its a prediction based on previous revealed info ( he wanted to leave but mouz set a price which was way to high ), i think that he will leave mouz, not for faze in particular, i wouldnt mind, but im not saying that Lets be real here, that line up isnt gonna win huge tournaments and contend for majors often, maybe a few times, but ropz is the next top dog so he'll want to play in a team like G2, FaZe for example edit: he will leave once his contract is not that long anymore ( so lower price ) or if it ended
2021-06-29 20:33
9 replies
It's based off info that is outdated considering this rumour only came to fruition when mouz were in a bad position as a team and had poor results. Considering how mouz are now a top 10 team that just came off from a dominant run at Flashpoint 3, ropz's chances of leaving are much lower than what they were before. "Lets be real here, that line up isnt gonna win huge tournaments and contend for majors often, maybe a few times" How do you know that? They just won a tournament in their first few months. "but ropz is the next top dog so he'll want to play in a team like G2" G2 haven't won a tournament since 2017. And even if they're looking for a new player, it's going to be an AWPer, not a passive player like ropz. "FaZe" ahahahahahahahahaha, you mean the team that has terrible management, isn't even in the top 30 and at this point won't be going to the major? I pointed out your flair because FaZe ropz has always been a stupid pipedream that FaZe fans cling on in desperation after months of being disappointed. He's not going to downgrade ffs.
2021-06-29 20:47
8 replies
Won't be going to the major? There are still 2 RMR's left to come The only real challengers to win that Flashpoint were NIP, G2 and Heroic, so it was no where near as stacked as a big IEM, ESL or Dreamhack tournament. And if i cant know that mouz wont win big tournaments, why wouldn't faze be able to turn it around? I said: '' a team like G2 and FaZe '', top EU teams, which have more big players than a team like mouz, Frozen will get good but not yet, Bymas same thing but a bit worse imo, acor for sure a good awper but not as good as a great tier 1 awper. If you look at his stats, when those rumors etc came out, he played worse compared to a week or 2 after, because it was clear that he won't be bought out of mouz for the price that mouz put up. Which is one of the main reasons ( besides it not being stacked ) why they won flashpoint 3 and are better than a month ago or so
2021-06-29 21:25
7 replies
"Won't be going to the major? There are still 2 RMR's left to come" They are a team out of the top 30 whose only win in the last few months is against Dignitas in a fucking charity tournament. You are clinging on the hope that FaZe will somehow improve massively over the next RMRs. They are currently ranked 15th of the 16 teams. They are lucky to even qualify for the next ones. "The only real challengers to win that Flashpoint were NIP, G2 and Heroic, so it was no where near as stacked as a big IEM, ESL or Dreamhack tournament." And? It's still a tier 1 tournament with a lot of teams from the top 10 and they managed to only drop one map in their entire run? How can you possibly suggest teams like G2 and FaZe are better options when neither of them actually are? "I said: '' a team like G2 and FaZe"" LIKE WHO? There are only three international teams in the current top 10. G2 doesn't need him for the reasons stated above, FaZe is an absolute joke and OG are doing fine without him. Where the fuck is he supposed to go to that isn't a downgrade? "Frozen will get good but not yet" Ahahahahaha! MVP of Flashpoint with a 1.17 rating for 2021. How the fuck isn't he good already? He's a great second star. Bymas is slowly improving and while acoR is a liability atm, they have torzsi sitting in the academy team as a backup plan who is showing to be an insane talent. "If you look at his stats, when those rumors etc came out, he played worse compared to a week or 2 after, because it was clear that he won't be bought out of mouz for the price that mouz put up. Which is one of the main reasons ( besides it not being stacked ) why they won flashpoint 3 and are better than a month ago or so" Please, that's just your own speculation because correlation doesn't equal causation. As far as I'm concerned, this "bad period" of his is still better than the average pro player.
2021-06-30 07:07
6 replies
No it ain't dumb to call faze to pick him up, because theyd instantly improve with ropz replacing olof, both lurkers, but olof is way off his prime, ropz is one of the best teammates karrigan had ( said that in an interview) and obviously is very skilled. So yes, they would pick him up because faze would improve after adding him to the roster. And it's funny how I can't say that mouz won't win large tournaments on the long term, but you can confidently say ofc that faze won't remove, great stuff big man xD
2021-07-02 19:42
5 replies
It is dumb! Look at the ranking! Where is FaZe now? They've been on a massive losing streak and are out of the top 30. mousesports is in much better form and are in the top 10 teams after winning a tournament. I already stated that FaZe fans are deluded into thinking ropz will downgrade and your responses are only reinforcing that same stereotype. Get it into your head ffs; ropz won't downgrade. "And it's funny how I can't say that mouz won't win large tournaments on the long term, but you can confidently say ofc that faze won't remove, great stuff big man xD" Yeah, because the comparison you are drawing here is dumb. mousesports has actually won a tournament. FaZe are dwindling and are out of the top 30. Would you like me to spell out which one is much more likely to happen between the two, "big man"?
2021-07-02 19:51
4 replies
So yes I'm wrong, if a team who's in a slump rn but could improve, replaces a player with a better one with the same role, they won't improve, yeah makes sense You must have a PhD
2021-07-02 19:54
3 replies
Oh wow, it's like your whole argument hinges on the fact that ropz needs to join FaZe first before they improve which is a highly unlikely scenario by itself. Seriously, what is your thought process here?
2021-07-02 19:56
2 replies
And you also can't read hahahahha, read again, I'm done with this, it's like talking to a 3 year old with 0 common sense and a few amount of brain cells
2021-07-02 19:59
1 reply
And back to insults! The classic reaction when someone has no "argument". Nice chatting with you :^)
2021-07-02 20:01
#44
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
flair checks out -1
2021-06-29 19:06
2 replies
2021-06-29 20:33
1 reply
#68
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
nah -1
2021-06-29 20:34
POG
2021-06-29 18:31
ok
2021-06-29 18:31
GOD JDC
2021-06-29 18:31
Torszi was a great pick up that guys gonna be at the top
2021-06-29 18:32
1 reply
#45
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
+1
2021-06-29 19:06
#11
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Hungary iamCypress
go torzsi!!
2021-06-29 18:32
1 reply
#46
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
+1
2021-06-29 19:06
academy league inc. thats the reason
2021-06-29 18:33
2 replies
#26
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Egypt BomberMan_
would be cool if it happens. tho at the same time just do like young ninjas and play in those t2/t3 tournaments
2021-06-29 18:44
1 reply
it will be announced soon
2021-06-29 18:46
#13
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North America drac0z
gl mouz nxt
2021-06-29 18:33
POGG
2021-06-29 18:33
hm
2021-06-29 18:35
If people don't know but Jan Dominicus is a legend in Germany. Jan and Mark Hoffmann were legendary mods for GigaTv (owned by ESL) and made Wc3 shows. Maybe the funniest combo of mods ever.
2021-06-29 18:36
3 replies
#52
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Germany Giantcoqo
True, they were great. Also when he showed up from time to time in late knights:D-
2021-06-29 19:24
COMMANDER <3
2021-06-29 21:31
1 reply
Burger Bash
2021-06-29 21:47
For large organizations, this option is far more economical than buyouts. Groom players from the ground-up and later induct the best ones into the main team, for free.
2021-06-29 18:36
nice
2021-06-29 18:37
TLDR
2021-06-29 18:38
Hope they will be good
2021-06-29 18:38
Another great article MIRAA. I'm loving these longer, more informative articles about events that aren't specifically related to matches.
2021-06-29 18:41
8 replies
Thank you!!
2021-06-29 18:47
2 replies
Yo le MIRAA, Tbf I don’t expect an answer to my question, but this article makes me think it was paid for mousesports themselves, like some kind of promotional feed. Like the way it’s written seems fairly biased to me, but obviously I could be overthinking it. Have a good day!
2021-06-29 19:37
1 reply
No, it was not paid for by mousesports (lol).
2021-06-29 20:34
+1
2021-06-29 18:58
3 replies
+1 for name
2021-06-29 19:05
+111111 for name
2021-06-29 23:00
1 reply
+111111 for name
2021-06-30 12:20
#47
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
+1111
2021-06-29 19:07
#27
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Spain Nepomu
Because -acor +torzsi soon
2021-06-29 18:45
"The main goal, he adds, is to develop these young players so that, one day, they can break into the main team effortlessly. "With the investment in the academy, even if just one player makes it to our main roster, it will probably be much more effective than buying someone from a different team."" acoR sweating hard right now.
2021-06-29 18:51
why?
2021-06-29 18:51
Cool
2021-06-29 18:54
who doesnt want one after gambit xdddd
2021-06-29 19:01
#41
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Chile cristiaan
cool
2021-06-29 19:04
Loved the article, thanks Mr. MIRAA! :D
2021-06-29 19:10
Mouz and nip have shown how to do an academy team right. Whereas astralis sadly decided to half ass theirs even though there is an insane amount of way better talent in denmark.
2021-06-29 19:14
#50
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Denmark theHeniek
THEY WANT TO REPLACE ME, WHY?
2021-06-29 19:18
#58
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Lithuania karkeris
tldr?
2021-06-29 19:50
#60
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United States notawaffle
it was good to make an academy team so they could take advantage of torszi before he went somewhere else, dude has been a beast on budapest 5 for so long
2021-06-29 20:01
Because there's an academy league forming
2021-06-29 20:03
1 reply
Nvm! I can’t read properly (
2021-06-29 23:26
#72
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United States _salmoN
little mouzes are looking good so far
2021-06-29 21:24
really looking forward to that academy league since it should be simillar to LOL's LCK Challengers which is fun to watch
2021-06-29 21:49
gl to them
2021-06-30 00:36
#85
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Indonesia lukerey
Having academy team is so much better than having a 6-man team or more. CS always been a 5vs5 games. Don't ruin it. Don't exchange players during maps. Just make invention of an academy team and makes a league out of it.
2021-06-30 00:39
2 replies
+111111111111111
2021-06-30 01:40
#99
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Bulgaria Bulg1us
+1
2021-06-30 20:50
#89
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Finland AliSabid
good marks already, gl!
2021-06-30 03:03
#90
gAuLeS | 
Brazil Ale7
gl to mouz
2021-06-30 03:10
"(an intentional misspelling of the word "next")" no shit sherlock :)
2021-06-30 08:19
1 reply
lmao
2021-06-30 14:14
Nice article! Looks like this team will go far for sure :) also, Budapest Five tier 2 confirmed 😎
2021-06-30 14:15
$$$$$$$$$$$$ thats why
2021-06-30 20:49
#107
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Finland dvlx
the team exists just to groom torzsi
2021-07-02 23:15
oh rekkkless now cs coach nice
2021-07-05 11:22
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