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Strauss Prime League Pro Division squad MOUZ have completed their League of Legends roster for 2022, having reached a verbal agreement with top laner Vladislav “BOSS” Fomin, jungler Linas “Lyncas” Nauncikas, mid laner Lev “Nomanz” Yakshin, bot laner Ömer “Practice” Türgüt and support Vladen “Saviour” Dvoretsky, sources told Upcomer on Thursday. Additionally, according to said sources, Emanuel “Emi” Ursachi will be the head coach of the German team.

MOUZ (formerly named mousesports) are one of the most successful League of Legends teams in the Prime League and any of the European Regional League teams. In recent years, they have won the German ERL three times and earned three top-four finishes at European Masters.

Coming into League of Legends 2022 season, MOUZ are going for a full rebuild with five new players, three of them Russian. BOSS and Nomanz are both coming to MOUZ from Unicorns of Love, where they won six League of Legends Continental League titles and qualified to the League of Legends World Championship three times. Support Saviour is also from Russia, but he has played for several ERL teams before his most recent move.

Saviour is, in fact, also joining MOUZ as a duo, along with his former Nordic League of Legends Championship teammate Practice. Both played for NLC squad Vanir in early 2021, but they are best-known for their time together on Sector One, a team in the Belgian League. With Sector One, they qualified for the European Masters Summer Play-ins.

Lyncas played this year with WAVE Esports in the Prime League and they finished in eighth place between the two splits . He is going to replace Milo “Pridestalker” Wehnes, who has been announced as the new jungler of Golden Guardians in the League Championship Series. Lastly, Emi — who formerly coached K1CK in the Ultraliga — will be coaching this newly formed MOUZ squad.

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