|Manager:||Markus "MaX" Kemper|
Reece "Tidus Mino" Fowler
|Team Captain:||Dennis "HasuObs" Schneider|
|Number of Players:||
|3 1 1|
|Recent Player Trades:||2014-07-08 - Sjaak joins|
2014-07-07 - Majestic joins
2014-06-02 - VortiX leaves
2014-04-11 - Dear leaves
mousesports, often abbreviated mouz, is a German multigaming organisation founded in 2002 as a Counter-Strike team. The team has its headquarters in Berlin.
Mousesports ran several successful divisions in Counter-Strike, Quake, Unreal Tournament, World of Warcraft and Warcraft III, and was represented by famous players such as Anton "Cooller" Singov in Quake, and the late Antonio "Cyx" Daniloski in Counter-Strike. mousesports also acquired Nihilum, one of the best World of Warcraft guilds, as a subsidiary.
mousesports also had notable Brood War and Warcraft III lineups. The latter featured HasuObs, ToD, Fly100%, TH000, SaSe and Happy, whilst their Brood War section, originally known as ESC Gaming included some of the biggest names in the foreign scene, such as Strelok, White-Ra, IefNaij, Dreiven, and MaNa.
The StarCraft II division was launched when HasuObs from the Warcraft III division, and several players from the Brood War lineup merged to form the mousesports StarCraft II lineup in March 2010 to become one of the best European teams. Naama, MorroW, MaNa and ThorZaIN all placed first in Premier Tournaments for mousesports, whilst the team also did well in Team Leagues.
In December 2013, mousesports announced Dear as its first Korean member after winning WCS Korea Season 3 as well as the WCS Season 3 Finals. However, four months later, Dear was released from the team.
- January 11, LucifroN goes on an indefinite break from StarCraft II.
- January 30, Wake parts ways with mousesports.
- February 3, Former Western Wolves manager, Tidus Mino joins.
- March 9, the Slovenian player Starbuck joins the team.
- April 11, Dear with SeoHyeon and mousesports part ways.
- April 25, Lowko, mouz's inhouse caster, goes independent.
- June 2, mousesports announced that VortiX was not renewing his contract and thus was leaving the team.
- July 7, Spanish player Majestic joins the team.
- July 8, Dutch player Sjaak joins the team. 
- February 14, Illusion joins mousesports.
- March 24, hOpe joins mousesports together with a new team manager, Wake.
- May 30, LucifroN and VortiX join mousesports, while Protosser leaves the team.
- July 13, XMG sponsors Mousesports.
- July 17, mousesports and Illusion part ways.
- October 18, Lowko joins as part of mousesports' media team.
- December 19, mousesports signs Dear from SouL and announces he will debut for the team at the IEM Sao Paulo Asian Qualifier.
- December 31st, MaNa and hOpe leave mousesports.
- April 30, mousesports is invited to participate in the Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series V.
- May 7, ThorZaIN leaves Praetoriani and joins mousesports.
- May 13, Strelok leaves mousesports and joins imba.FXOpen.
- July 3, mousesports wins the Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series V.
- July 7, Dreiven and Lomo leave mouseports and Rasowy joins.
- August 1, GhosTa retires from progaming and therefore leaves the team.
- September 15, biGs joins the team, while Syck leaves the team.
- October 30, mousesports wins the Evil Geniuses Master's Cup Series VI.
- November 5, HeRoMaRinE joins mousesports.
Best Yearly Results
Best Yearly Results:
|HasuObs ()||Dennis Schneider||13 - 16th||4th||5 - 8th||7 - 8th||9 - 12th|
|HeRoMaRinE||Gabriel Segat||-||-||25 - 32nd||13 - 16th||13 - 16th|
|Majestic||Miguel Juliá Rubio||-||-||-||-||9 - 16th|
|Sjaak||Wouter Honig||-||-||-||-||9 - 16th|
|Starbuck||Matic Dejak||-||-||-||13 - 16th||5 - 8th|
Notable Former Players
Full list of player transfers and former players here.
|ID||Name||Join Date||Leave Date||Duration||New Team|
|VortiX||Juan Moreno Durán||30th May 2013||2nd June 2014||1 year||Millenium|
|Dear||Baek Dong Jun||19th December 2013||11th April 2014||5 months||Samsung Galaxy|
|LucifroN||Pedro Moreno Durán||30th May 2013||11th January 2014||7 months|| |
|MaNa||Grzegorz Komincz||24th March 2010||31st December 2013||3 years 9 months||Team Liquid|
|hOpe||Dan Gustafsson||24th March 2013||31st December 2013||9 months||Vega Squadron|
|Illusion||Chris Lee||14th February 2013||17th July 2013||6 months||ROOT Gaming|
|biGs||Han Sang Cho||16th September 2011||22nd July 2012||10 months|| |
|MorroW||Stefan Andersson||24th March 2010||27th June 2012||2 years 3 months||apeX eSports|
|ThorZaIN||Marcus Eklöf||7th May 2011||9th May 2012||1 year||Evil Geniuses|
|Strelok||Eugin Oparyshev||24th March 2010||13th May 2011||1 year 2 months||Guild of Imbalance|
|Naama||Santeri Lahtinen||13th October 2010||28th February 2011||4 months||Virus Gaming|
|White-Ra||Aleksey Krupnyk||24th March 2010||4th January 2011||9 months||Tt eSports|
|MaX||Markus Kemper||SC2 Head Coordinator|
|Tidus Mino||Reece Fowler||SC2 Manager|
- 2010-12-07 | Mouz.MaX: 'I think we'll send some players to South Korea' by Lasse "Enron" Engen of GosuGamers
- ↑ NovemberstOrm (11th January 2014). "LucifroN takes indefinite break from active play, returns to school". www.teamliquid.net.
- ↑ Wake (30th January 2014). "Twitter Post by Wake". www.twitter.com/ManagerWake.
- ↑ mousesports (2nd February 2014). "Former WW SC2 manager joins mousesports for 2014". www.reddit.com/r/starcraft.
- ↑ René (9th March 2014). "Starbuck joins mousesports". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ Aeromi (11th April 2014). "mousesports and Dear part ways". www.teamliquid.net.
- ↑ LowkoTV (25th April 2014). "I've decided to leave Mouseports...". www.twitter.com/LowkoTV.
- ↑ René (June 2, 2014). "VortiX and mousesports part ways". mousesports.com. Retrieved June 2, 2014.
- ↑ René (July 7, 2014). "Majestic signs with mousesports". mousesports.com. Retrieved July 7, 2014.
- ↑ René (July 8, 2014). "Sjaak joins mousesports". mousesports.com. Retrieved July 8, 2014.
- ↑ René (14th February 2013). "mousesports signs Chris "Illusion" Lee". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ René (24th March 2013). "Dan "hOpe" Gustafsson joins mousesports". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ René (30th May 2013). "LucifroN and VortiX join mousesports". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ René (13th July 2013). "mousesports and XMG join forces". mousesports.com.
- ↑ René (17th July 2013). "mousesports and Illusion part ways". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ René (18th October 2013). "Lowko joins mouz, hosts special show tonight". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ René (19th December 2013). "Dear joins mousesports". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ René (31st December 2013). "mouz parts ways with MaNa and hOpe". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ Torte de Lini (10th May 2012). "ThorZaIN joins Evil Geniuses!". www.teamliquid.net.
- ↑ Tidus Mino (27th June 2012). "Protosser joins Mouz, Morrow leaves". www.teamliquid.net.
- ↑ René (22nd July 2012). "biGs quits professional gaming". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ Colbi (2nd May 2011). "EG launch $10,000 Master's Cup Series League". www.teamliquid.net.
- ↑ mouz.Nhito (7th May 2011). "ThorZaIN joins mousesports". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ René (13th May 2011). "Additional changes in SC2 roster". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ René (7th July 2011). "Changes in our SC2 division". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ mouz.Nhito (1st August 2011). "GhosTa verlässt mousesports". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ Influ (16th September 2011). "biGs to mousesports". www.teamliquid.net.
- ↑ mouz.Andy (5th November 2011). "HeroMarine neu bei mousesports". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ Michael 'Zechs' Radford (22nd August 2010). "Morrow the standin wins IEM Cologne". www.sk-gaming.com.
- ↑ René (23rd October 2010). "Naama takes Silver and Bronze". www.mousesports.com.
- ↑ René (27th November 2010). "MaNa and Naama to rule DreamHack". www.mousesports.com.