Hyper Joins mousesports, Replaces Mark

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It has been made official in the ESL Pro League stream that Hyper will be replacing Mark after the results in DreamHack Austin.

After a poor performance from the team at DreamHack Austin, where they failed to get out of the group stages, mouz has decided to make changes in their lineup by parting ways with:  Mark “Mark” Arismendez. At the event, the team had lost to Challenger League side SiNister 1-2 in their first game, and afterwards lost to Cloud9 (then beascoast) by the same margin.

Paul “Hyper” Kontopanagiotis, who just became eligible to play in Pro League, will be joining the team for Season 8 of the Pro League. During DH Austin he played for Disrupt Academy, who had an incredible deep run, going far enough to get to the semi-finals. In their first game against Evil Geniuses, he had performed incredibly well, having top-fragged with 17 kills. Season 8, though, will be Hyper’s first experience in the Pro League. 

Hyper gave SiegeGG a statement on the move, saying,

I'm thankful that mouz has given me this opportunity to play with them in Pro League this season, and I’m extremely excited to see how we perform.

Mouz’s new roster is: 

 Joshua “Vandal” Diaz

 Scott “Neptunez” Webber

 Franklyn “VertcL” Cordero

 Jared “Beastly” Medeiros

 Paul “Hyper” Kontopanagiotis

 Julian “Morxzas” Miculcy (Coach)

mousesports’ new team will debut in Pro League against Noble esports on Monday June 11th at 9 pm EST. You can watch them at: twitch.tv/Rainbow6.