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mouz round off IEM Katowice attending list after stellar comeback

After being behind 15-8 on the second map, mouz went 27-5 in rounds to seal the impressive win.

The last decider match between the new-look mousesports team and Complexity was as one-sided as BIG’s victory against MIBR, with Chris “dexter” Nong and his troops lacking far behind. They couldn’t find a footing and it was clear that Complexity stood as the superior factor.

Right until…
Complexity has just won Mirage and was also in front 15-8 on the second map, as the series looked completely locked down. However, the mousesports side wasn’t buried yet and through an outstanding performance by Robin “ropz” Kool they secured the OT-win and a chance in the decider on Nuke.

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The massive comeback on Dust2 created an astounding momentum for the mousesportst side, which they used on the last and deciding map. Even though Nuke stands as one of Complexity’s best maps, the Juggernauts had no chance against a stellar-playing mouz team, who closed out the series with a 16-3 score.

Mousesports - Complexity (2-1) | IEM Katowice Play-In

8-16 (Mirage) | poizon – 1.57 Rating / 25-14 K-D / 95.0 ADR

19-17 (Dust2) | ropz – 1.64 Rating / 38-19 K-D / 103.4 ADR

16-3 (Nuke) | ropz – 1.85 Rating / 19-10 / 116.4 ADR

Highlight of the match


Robin “ropz” Kool | 1.41 Rating / 70-47 K-D / 93.4 ADR

These team has qualified for the IEM Katowice through the Play-In stage:

Liquid – NiP - Gambit – Spirit – Virtus.pro – OG – BIG – mousesports

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