The aftermath

Hi everyone,

first of all I would like to thank Mousesports for everything they have done for us, their support and above all their faith in us when times were rough. They showed understanding and were willing to continue working with us despite our poor results. Unfortunately, we reached a point where we could no longer fix our issues without changing our roster/disbanding.

There are so many things I would like to share with you regarding our course after the Boston Major, starting why we left Ad Finem and our degrading performance ever since. At this point, I ‘m not sure if people care to know about the whole Ad Finem thing, so I’m gonna skip it and answer any questions in my future streams instead.

Now, regarding our lackluster performance over the past year, there were quite a few factors. To name but a few, right after the Boston Major, when the new patch hit and we were supposed to practice hard and focus on learning the new patch, we took an excessively long break – and this was our greatest fault. To add to that, when we actually started practicing, we had to deal with time-consuming negotiations on a daily basis with Ad Finem and later on with other orgs.

One of the great things about being in a team with your friends is that when things go south and problems arise, you stick together and weather the storm and when you finally succeed it feels a thousand times better. After each loss we kept going forward as a unit, trying to recognize our mistakes and figure out the path that leads to victory. Unfortunately, for quite a while now this had not been the case. Changing our roster was never an option–even though in hindsight that might have been the proper course of action. However, there is no need to point fingers as we all have our share in our team’s downfall.

What I’ll always regret is not achieving all the great things we dreamt of with this roster. I had so much fun playing with them and I will cherish all the happy memories we’ve had together. We still remain friends and I wish them luck and success in their future endeavors.

Right now even though I don’t have any certain plans for the future, I know that I still have the same passion to compete and try hard to reach the top. Hopefully I will be back sooner than later, maybe even with a former teammate/s. I will take advantage of this break to refill my batteries and be ready for the new year. I will try to stream as soon as I can but I have just moved in to a new house and have no decent connection (Greek internet 2017 LUL).

I would like to thank you all for your support, it means a lot to me and I wish everyone happy holidays with your loved ones!

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