The Lithuanian professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player Aurimas "Bymas" Pipiras has left team MOUZ. He is a free agent now.
"Two and a half years in MOUZ has come to an end. Due to a mutual agreement, I am no longer in contract with MOUZ and I am able to explore new options for 2023. I signed my first ever CS contract with MOUZ in August of 2020 and time does fly man. I was still in school that year, practicing instantly after school, feeling absolutely cooked at the end of the day and fighting not only teachers in school, but also teams in CS :D Even though there were many rough periods, I will never forget the good moments such as winning my first tournament, qualifying to my first major or my most memorable one - beating Heroic, Vitality and NiP to play in front of the best crowd in Cologne. All of these were my goals ever since I joined MOUZ and even though I wish I had achieved way more, I am still satisfied with my development," Bymas noted in his farewell statement.
The 19-year-old athlete is now looking for a new team and has promoted himself as a lurker.
"For my future team I'd really love to continue improving as a lurker. I've tried playing in many roles & positions in since joining MOUZ, but this year I became a lurker and it has made me a way more impactful in the game than when I was taking map control and entry fragging," he said.
Bymas has been inactive since August 2022 whenhe was replaced with Dorian "xertioN" Berman from MOUZ NXT, the academy team of the organization.