Jaxon has learnt from multiple sources that Torbjørn ‘mithR’ Nyborg will leave MOUZ and take a new opportunity focused more on talent development.

The Danish coach was known previously for his work in Campus Vejle – an esports college based in Denmark – and wants to take a new position more focused on bringing through young talent.

MOUZ’s new line-up came to light yesterday, and it was after that report was released that mithR’s decision appears to have been finalised.

What next?

MOUZ’s 2021 ended in disappointing fashion, and it was clear that changes were needed.

According to Jaxon’s sources mithR chose to take a new opportunity where he can fulfill his desire to develop fresh talent.

mithR was a key part of the management team in Tricked Esports, who were famous for their ability to find and nurture young Danish talent, and has always been well-respected in Denmark for his role in teaching the new generation how to play, as well as offering free live coaching.

However, the MOUZ project didn’t go as envisaged for him or the team, and he has found a new team to bring his wealth of experience to.

Elliott Griffiths covers a variety of esports from his home base in the United Kingdom. His greatest emphasis is on competitive Counter-Strike, but he has also covered all aspects of League of Legends esports across the game's various international regions.