acoR, siuhy leave MOUZ; mhL explores options outside academy teams
MOUZ NXT are on the lookout for three new players after recent changes.
Meanwhile, MOUZ NXT sniper Miłosz "mhL" Knasiak has revealed that he has been allowed to explore his options and is on the lookout for a new team. The two-time WePlay Academy League winner stated he is "determined to show my worth outside academy teams."
With a new team featuring two long-time members and Falcons' benched rifler Nicolas "Keoz" Dgus, they snatched a spot at the Regional Major Ranking event in the final open qualifier and are set to compete for a place at the IEM Rio Major in early October.
The qualifiers marked acoR's first official appearances in HLTV.org's records in 2022. The Danish AWPer was benched in MOUZ at the beginning of the year after he averaged a 1.03 rating in 2021, being unable to match the impressive form he showcased while with MAD Lions during the previous year (1.14).
Meanwhile, with siuhy released and mhL looking for opportunities elsewhere, MOUZ NXT are down to just two players: Hubert "szejn" Światły, the last member of the original core that won four consecutive WePlay Academy League seasons, and Jimi "Jimpphat" Salo, the most recent addition.