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Mou And Dosia Left Their Teams Because Of The Danger Of Coronavirus

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Rustem Telepov, known as “mou,” is a 28-year-old Kazakh CS:GO player who is known for his highlights with Gambit Esports. In December 2019, Mou and his teammate from Gambit Mikhail “Dosia” Stolyarov joined the OneThree.TSG in China.

After a month, the deadly plague Coronavirus hit China and killed lots of people. For that reason, they decided to left the team. Currently, they are free agents.

Here is what Mou wrote:

“1) Hello everyone! Due to the latest news related to the Coronavirus in China, we will not be playing for the OneThree team and Asian playoffs in China to pursue further to Minor. Having said that, we’d like to announce that Dosia and I are free once again!”

He added:

“2) Should you wish to inquire, feel free to e-mail me csgomou@gmail.com, retweet is welcome.”

A fan named Ross replied:

“Coronavirus is the main and only reason?”

Mou replied:

“Not only this, for 2 month we didn’t practice yet it’s the main reason and no tournament lan/online before virus is end in China 🤷🏻‍♂️”

You can read his tweet below.

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