After weeks of speculation, MOUZ have officially announced the return of Kamil “siuhy” Szkaradek to their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster after he left the MOUZ NXT development team a year ago to join GamerLegion as their in-game leader.
Following his outstanding performance for GamerLegion at the BLAST.tv Paris Major in April, siuhy’s name has been on the radar of a lot of teams during the Counter-Strike player break.
The Poland-born 20-year-old will take over as the in-game leader for MOUZ’s main roster after the organisation parted ways with previous in-game leader Christopher “dexter” Nong on Friday, June 30.
Siuhy has a lot of history with MOUZ, as he led their development squad to four consecutive WePlay Academy League titles in 2021 and 2022, so there was never any doubt about who he would join if he was to leave GamerLegion during the break.
With siuhy returning to MOUZ, he will also rejoin two of his former teammates and his coach from the development squad, with Adam “torzsi” Torzsas, Dorian “xertioN” Berman and coach Dennis “sycrone” Nielsen already on the roster.
After the announcement of his return, siuhy released a statement thanking everyone that helped him along the way from GamerLegion.
To a very special team that will always have a place in my heart.
— Kamil Szkaradek (@siuhycs) July 3, 2023
Meanwhile, MOUZ released their own statement on the MOUZ esports website speaking about what siuhy will bring to the organisation and CS:GO roster.
“Siuhy’s return infuses the team with a fresh mindset, but also familiarity, providing a solid foundation for their journey ahead,” a MOUZ statement read.
“As they navigate the challenges and opportunities presented in CS2, MOUZ and siuhy aim to cement their place as one of the top contenders in the scene.”
After replacing dexter with siuhy, there is still one more move that MOUZ needs to make after they benched Jon “JDC” de Castro on June 29.
There are numerous reports that suggest that 16-year-old academy prospect Jimi “Jimpphat” Salo will be promoted to take fill JDC’s place and complete the five-man roster.