GERMANY – After a year with Alternate aTTaX, Roman is added to Mousesports. Alternate picks up Seraph.
Roman "roman" Ausserdorfer – known for his strong play with German team Alternate aTTaX – has left his team for greener pastures in one of the G7 teams, Mousesports.
Roman "roman" Ausserdorfer, who has played extremely well both domestically and internationally, including events such as KODE 5 and the IEM European Finals.
Mousesports makes the change after a disappointing finish at the WCG Grand finals in Chengdu, China, where they fell out of group stage with losses to Turmoil and CMAX.gg (now tp.uSports), the lowest the team has ever placed at WCG. Many attribute this to their ringer, Direnc "seraph" Öz, who had joined the team to replace Steen Christopher 'cash' Steen who could not play.
Alternate, to finalize their roster, has announced that they will be adding Direnc "seraph" Öz in the 2010 year, despite the poor chemistry that the Mousesports lineup had with him at WCG this year. However, for their next event, Arbalet Cup Europe, they will be using a ringer, Kai "blizker" Lüneburg.Mousesports Lineup:
Makohl Manuel "Tixo" Makohl
Navid "Kapio" Javadi
Daniloski Antonio "cyx" Daniloski
Chmiel Christian "Blizzard" Chmiel
Christopher 'cash' Steen
Dayik Fatih "gob b" Dayik
Roman "roman" Ausserdorfer ALTERNATE aTTaX Lineup:
Manuel 'approx' Zeitz
Jan 'mooN' Stolle
Benjamin 'paN' von Mulert
Direnc "seraph" Öz
Roman 'Roman R.' Reinhardt