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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Mouz has promoted Syncrone to be the head coach of its main CS:GO team

The esports organisation has also made a few roster moves as well.

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The esports organisation Mouz has been making quite a few changes to its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster as of late. Most recently, the team has made the announcement that it has promoted Dennis "sycrone" Nielsen from its academy team Mouz NXT so that he can now serve as the main roster's head coach. Speaking about this move, Mouz stated that "Dennis is a perfect fit for our mission to create an environment where anybody can rise to the top."'

But that's not all that Mouz has been getting up to, as the team has also revealed that it has promoted Ádám "torzsi" Torzsás from Mouz NXT, to serve in the place of Frederik "acoR" Gyldstrand, who has since been benched by the team.

Surprisingly, this still isn't all of the CS:GO roster news Mouz had to share, as the team has also made the announcement that it has parted ways with Chris "chrisJ" de Jong, a veteran member of the team who has been playing with the organisation since 2013. Speaking about the release, ChrisJ said, "What a ride it has been. Thanks for these 8 years @mousesports and all our fans. Will release a longer statement soon. Appreciate you all."

What do you think about all of these roster moves?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

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