MOUZ has announced a major roster change to its CS:GO roster, as the organization will be replacing Aurimas “Bymas” Pipiras with Dorian “xertioN” Berman in its starting lineup. The Israeli up-and-comer has recently garnered a lot of attention with his stellar performances for the organization’s academy MOUZ NXT. Mouz has also announced that it has extended xertioN’s contract, as the player is set to join the team in time for ESL Pro League Season 16.
With the roster change, Bymas’s one-year tenure comes to an end. The Lithuanian lurker has been removed from MOUZ’s active roster and is more than likely free to pursue opportunities elsewhere. Truth be told, Bymas has been on a bit of a slump lately, adding to the German organization’s continued inconsistency. Bymas is still only 19 years old, and with his experience in the scene could be a major addition to a lot of teams.
As previously stated, MOUZ’s newest addition, xertioN rose to prominence through the team’s academy. With the move, xertioN will be joining his former MOUZ academy teammates Jon “JDC” de Castro and Ádám “torzsi” Torzsás in the main roster. The Israeli prodigy has accumulated a 1.13 career rating so far in his career and is looking poised to make a step up in competition. A number of established players including Mathieu “ZywOo” Herbaut, Helvijs “broky” Saukants, and Russel “Twistzz” Van Dulken have previously named him as their expected breakout player of the year.
“I’m so excited to share with you all the next step in my career, I will from now on be playing on the @mousesports main team, It’s been a long time goal of mine since joining the NXT project and I will give my absolute best to help my awesome new teammates and MOUZ reach new heights and goals!”xertioN stated
With the addition, MOUZ will likely look to solidify its place as one of the best teams in the CS:GO scene. While the team is top-five in HLTV’s rankings, standout results have evaded them when it comes Major tournaments. With xertioN’s addition, MOUZ will be looking to make its presence in the Majors known and to justify its high ranking. When it comes to CS:GO betting for the upcoming ESL Pro League Season 16, MOUZ is by no means the favorite, but could prove to be a big dark horse.