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Mousesports release Karrigan

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Mousesports on Twitter have announced that they have parted company with Finn “Karrigan” Anderson. 

After 23 months, Karrigan and Mousesports have mutually parted ways, the German side today revealed on their social media platforms. With just a few weeks left for his contract to expire at the same, the 30yo Dane is relieved of his duties at Mousesports and soon expected to join his former team FaZe Clan whom he represented from 2016 till 2018. In the “Flow Podcast”, he was recognized by Coldzera as the best In-game leader from across the globe along with Lukas “⁠gla1ve⁠” Rossander, and Gabriel “⁠FalleN⁠” Toledo.

Under Mousesports, Karrigan did showcase a showstopper performance by winning the ESL Pro League S10 finals followed by their first-ever Cs_summit 5 title. At the latter’s 7th iteration, Mousesports bagged the runner-up spot after they were denied the championship by CIS side, Virtus.Pro. He was recently replaced by Christopher “⁠dexter⁠” Nong from Renegades on the active roster, who will be debut with the European mixture at the IEM Katowice Play-in tournament against his now-former team.

We might soon witness FaZe Clan reveal the final piece to their puzzle after Olof “⁠olofmeister⁠” Kajbjer stepped down from the roster earlier today. The former played his last tournament at the ongoing Blast Spring where he steered his team to qualify for the tournament’s final event to be later held in June 2021. 

Karrigan in a statement added,

“When passion turns to work it’s difficult not to get personally attached to the people you are striving to reach the top with. The entire team has become family, and I want to thank everyone who has been part of this journey. Thank you, @mousesports. I will never forget it.” 

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