Mouz Win ESL Pro League Season 19 after beating Vitality – eSports 

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The ESL Pro League Season 19 champions have been unveiled, and of the 32 teams that participated in the competition, MOUZ has emerged as the champion. MOUZ faced Team Vitality in what was expected to be a competitive match-up, but it never lived up to expectations. MOUZ defeated Vitality 3:0 in the series.

The win means that MOUZ has won a back-to-back title at the ESL Pro League after winning season 18. Team Vitality and ZywOo were in-form going into the game but disappointed once the game started as they fell behind just three maps into the game.

It was a surprise performance for MOUZ, who many believe often chokes at Playoffs. However, the reverse was the case, as they didn’t show any signs of nerves or inexperience.

MOUZ showed that the roster has some individual strength with the way they played the Grand Final of ESL Pro League Season 19.

Brollan was part of the season 18 final with MOUZ, and he was very instrumental in the season 19 triumph. XertioN was impressive all through the competition, and there was little to no need for Torzsi and Jimpphat.

Meanwhile, the loss for Team Vitality was surprising. The team had a great tournament up until the final, but the maps during the final were unlike those of the team throughout Pro League Season 19.

Vitality managed to try to make the series as competitive as they could, as they got 9 and 8 rounds on the first and second maps, respectively. They will now have to prepare for IEM Dallas 2024 and hope that they will have a better outing than they at least had in this final.

Elsewhere, one of the most promising professional CS2 players, Danil “donk” Kryshkovets has been permanently suspended from Twitch. The 17-year-old rose to prominence with his incredible performance at IEM Katowice 2024. 

Donk had grown a Twitch account just before he was thirteen, which was one reason for the ban.