Tomas “oskar” Stastny returns to mousesports CS:GO roster after disappointing Major

Tomas "oskar" Stastny will replace Chris "chrisJ" de Jong on the mousesports CS:GO roster effective immediately. 

The change comes after mousesports had a disappointing major, finishing in 12th-14th place and failing to make it into the legends status stage. Some had predicted the team to do well, but they looked poor and a step below the top teams. 

Oskar has been on the Mouz bench for the last few months, after playing with the team a while back, however the poor performance in Atlanta has seen him return to the team. 

"Chris is a long time friend and the best roommate I had on the circuit,” said team captain Nikola "NiKo" Kovac.” We are all very close in the team and we believed that our chemistry would carry us but it could only take us that far. So obviously this is tough for all of us. The new team will be hungry for success. I want to apologise to all of our fans for the bad performance at the major. We are going to start over and get results in as quick as possible."

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