NBK- returns to CS:GO, joins MOUZ roster
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MOUZ have announced the addition of French Rifler Nathan “NBK-” Schmitt to their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster, marking his return to the game after a six-month hiatus.

MOUZ have undergone a significant upheaval in their CS:GO roster over the past two weeks. Since Dec. 29, they have parted ways with Robin “ropz” Kool, coach Torbjørn “mithR” Nyborg, assistant coach Colin “Koi” Thor and Chris “chrisJ” de Jong, along with benching Frederik “acoR” Gyldstrand.

After promoting some people from their academy team, MOUZ NXT, and bringing NBK- out of retirement, MOUZ finally have a complete roster. They are set field the following roster for 2022:

  • NBK-
  • Christopher “dexter” Nong
  • David “frozen” Čerňanský
  • Aurimas “Bymas” Pipiras
  • Ádám “torzsi” Torzsás
  • Dennis “sycrone” Nielsen (coach)
  • acoR (inactive)

NBK- returns to CS:GO with MOUZ

With MOUZ, NBK- will compete with a professional CS:GO team for the first time since he announced he would be making the switch to competitive VALORANT in June of 2021. He hopes to elevate MOUZ to world-class status, just like many of the teams he has played for in the past.

“I am extremely confident that we can make all of the MOUZ fans proud again,” NBK- said in a promotional video. “I have brought many teams to the top and I am ready to do it again.”

Previously, NBK- competed on prominent CS:GO teams like G2 Esports, Team Vitality, Team Envy and Team LDLC. Prior to his brief retirement, NBK- had been benched by OG in February. He formally departed from OG when his contract expired at the end of December.

NBK- already boasts multiple tournament wins on a number of different teams, including two major victories. The Kingmaker will get to try for his first victory with MOUZ when they compete at Intel Extreme Masters Katowice, which will run from Feb. 15-27.

Dylan Tate is an alumnus of the Hussman School of Journalism and Media at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is a gaming journalist with a love for Nintendo esports, particularly Super Smash Bros. and Pokémon.