Mousesports on Twitter have announced the signing of Christopher “dexter” Nong to their CS:GO division.
The 26-year-old Australian has moved his life to Hamburg, Germany to practice and compete from the mouz HQ. After dominating the Oceanic scene with @Renegades, he will lead our team for the first time during #IEM Katowice.#ReadyWillingAble #TeamRazer pic.twitter.com/pwEQbI88VF
— mousesports (@mousesports) February 10, 2021
Earlier today, the German Organization revealed their new In-game leader from down under. Dexter reportedly replaces Finn “Karrigan” Anderson on the starting five after the latter has been linked to lead FaZe Clan, his former team whom he represented from 2016-2018. This move was earlier reported by 1pv.fr, which now stands confirmed.
It seems that Karrigan who has moved on to the bench will no longer be renewing his contract with Mousesports ahead of the latter’s expiry in March. Under Mouz’s banner, the Dane steered his team to their first ever win at ESL Pro League Season 10 finals in Odense where they toppled Fnatic in the Grand Finale. This triumph was soon followed by yet another championship at the Cs_Summit 5 tournament despite using the services of their former coach Allan “Rejin” Peterson as a stand-in. Prior to this roster update, Mousesports had earlier parted ways with their Veteran Primary AWPer Chris “chrisj” de Jong to replace him with Frederik “acoR” Gyldstrand from MAD Lions.
Dexter joins Mousesports after showcasing an illustrious set of achievements while playing under the Oceanic team’s banner. The 26yo Aussie has relocated to Hamburg in Germany and has been practising with the rest of Mouz’s players. He will face off against his former teammates from Renegades in the upcoming IEM Katowice Play in on Feb 16.
Mousesports CSGO Team:
Christopher “dexter” Nong
- Robin “ropz” Kool
- David “frozen” Čerňanský
- Aurimas “Bymas” Pipiras
- Frederik “acoR” Gyldstrand
- Torbjørn “mithR” Nyborg (coach)
- Finn “karrigan” Andersen (benched)
- Chris “chrisJ” de Jong (loaned out to FPX Esports)
Image Credits : Mousesports On Twitter.