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Working with a player like Dear and beeing a part of the Korean StarCraft scene was a great pleasure, however the strengths and tradition of mousesports lie within the European StarCraft scene. Therefore mousesports and Dear have parted ways with immediate effect. Mousesports will reveal first details on how to further strengthen the European scene in the near future.
Markus "mouz MaX" Kemper: "Today we return to our original course and a fully European lineup. Some may consider this as a failure but for us, that's not the case. It was a great, instructive experience to work with an exceptional player like Dear and to be a part of the Korean community. Both sides have invested a great deal of effort to make this coorpoation worthwhile. Within the past weeks we however realized that we couldn't live up to our strenghts and needed to do a change. We truly see us as a European team and we feel it is our duty to support the foreign Starcraft 2 scene in this difficult time. Expect some more news from our team in the near future and watch out for our new fully foreign powerhouse! Our origin, our strenghts, our future!"
Baek "Dear" Dong Jun: "It's sad to be no longer a part of mousesports. It has been a really nice time with their StarCraft family and we all will further improve in the future. Special thanks to HasuObs, who is a very cool guy!"
mousesports StarCraft II 2014: