Even with a successful tour of duty with mousesports last DreamHack, Stefan “MorroW” Andersson and the German team have parted ways.
Considered the best race-changing player because he is a Terran-Zerg hybrid, Morrow joined the Mouz during the beta phase of Starcraft 2 in March 2010. During that time he won an IEM title and placed respectively in NASL, Assembly, GSL and DreamHack.
The now teamless MorroW released this statement:
"I just want to thank the team for my stay for giving me a lot of opportunities to go to diffierent tournaments around the world as well as my trip to Korea. I've made some great friends during my stay in mousesports and I hope they still give good results regardless if I'm not on the team anymore. I wish them best of luck in the future!"
MorroW is being replaced by Finnish Jonne “Protosser” Sotala, a Zerg player despite his nickname. Protosser is not as accomplished as MorroW, but he is an up and coming player and has shown good results in DreamHack Summer Open and before that DreamHack Stockholm open, beating good players like MaNa and even MorroW himself:
Protosser released his own statement:
"I’m really happy to join mousesports. They have a lot of very good players and I’ve always had a lot of respect for the team. I’m glad get to be part of it now. They are the first well-known team I enter and I believe they will help me to get better as a player in the future. I will do my best to show great results in the upcoming tournaments and also want to thank mousesports and its sponsors GeIL, Razer, CardCoachess, Thortech, MEDION, Intel & Sansibar for giving me this opportunity."