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Mousesports (mouz) is a professional gaming organization based out of Germany. Mousesports fields teams in many different games and are particularly known for the company's successful Counter-Strike team. Mousesports is one of the founding members of the G7 Teams.
- 2017-12-23: The team disbands.
- 2015-05-08: Mousesports reforms by signing Team Tinker.
- 2015-07-16: Mousesports releases their Dota 2 team.
- 2014-01: The team is released.
- 2014-05: Mousesports picked up European squad Team Dog, which consisted of Pajkatt, MiSeRy, MSS, FATA, and paS.
- 2014-07-28: After The International 2014, MSS announced that he was planning to take a year hiatus from professional Dota to focus on school.
- 2013-02: KuroKy was traded to Natus Vincere. FATA- as well as Black^ shared the position of the captain.
- 2013-03: qojqva officially joined Mousesports as the fifth member.
- 2013-04: Alex was removed from the team, and syndereN was announced as his replacement. He also took over as captain.
- 2013-10: Mousesports announced an all-new Danish squad, consisting of syndereN, Ryze, Cr1t-, Ace, and Link.
- 2013-12-19: syndereN announced his retirement from competitive Dota. He will continue to be part of the Mousesports organization. Link also left the team. Unicorn and exist were picked up as replacements.
- 2012-09: ComeWithMe departed from the team to form Team Y. 1437 also left the team. Black^ decided to take a break from competitive Dota. The three were temporarily replaced by Alex, Kebap, and KuroKy.
- 2012-10: Players part ways with Mousesports.
- 2011-12-05: Picked up EBIN as their new Dota 2 team.
- 2009-04-20: Mousesports' DotA division once featured the likes of KuroKy, Miracle and Drayich. They were then considered a powerhouse in the European DotA scene. However, due to internal conflicts, Mousesports announced on April 20, 2009 that it would be withdrawing its support for DotA, despite the considerable amount of success they had.
|ID||Name||Position||Join Date||Leave Date||New Team|
|Maybe Next Time||Verros Apostolos||4/5||2017-04-07||2017-12-23|
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- "Fast-Track: Post TI Rosters". joinDOTA. 2014-07-28.
- "Cloud9 HyperX Adds FATA to DOTA 2 Roster". Cloud9. 2014-08-18.
- "KuroKy traded to NaVi, mouz looking for 5th". mousesports.
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- "syndereN replaces Alex". mousesports.
- "LGD International Rebuilt: Interview with Brax". joinDOTA. 2013-09-15.
- "LGD faces massive roster swaps following TI3". GosuGamers. 2013-09-15.
- "qojqva completes Team Liquid". joinDOTA. 2013-09-25.
- "Team Liquid officially adds qojqva". GosuGamers. 2013-09-25.
- "New all Danish Dota 2 roster revealed". mousesports.
- "SyndereN announces retirement from competitive scene". GosuGamers. 2013-12-19.
- "Mouz reshuffle as SyndereN and Link leave". joinDOTA. 2013-12-19.
- "GD Studio steps in to send mouz to Kiev". joinDOTA. 2012-10-16.
- "Mouz signs twiSta's EBIN, team to shift focus to DOTA2". GosuGamers. 2011-12-05.
- Horton, Samuel (2009-06-30). "Mousesports: The End of DotA". SK Gaming. Retrieved 2010-10-22.