Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Styko returns to Mousesports, replaces Snax

The rumours have been confirmed.

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Mousesports has announced a roster change for their CS:GO team, as Slovakian player Martin 'Styko' Styk is returning to the team, replacing Janusz 'Snax' Pogorzelski to confirm rumours that Snax is indeed leaving the team.

The announcement says that Snax is evaluating his options for the future, and Styko is returning to the side after a recent loan to Cloud9, joining a team that has just recently won the ESL One New York competition.

"I hope Snax can look back on the good times with friends where we won a trophy in New York against the odds," said in-game leader Chris 'chrisJ' de Jong. "I think that is something to be proud of. Sadly, I think we both agree this cooperation will not work longterm. Snax is a great player but we couldn't get him to play in the way this team needs. I'm sure he will be an extremely valuable addition to another roster. We are very fortunate to have Martin as a sixth player, who we know will be eager to get started right away."

Styko will be playing in the team's ESL Pro League match against NaVi tomorrow, and will also be helping the roster prepare for the Intel Extreme Masters event in Chicago in November.

Are you glad to see Styko back?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
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