MOUZ Confirm Brollan As Stand-In For BLAST World Final

04 Dec 2023
Tit Krajnik 04 Dec 2023
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  • On Monday, December 4, MOUZ confirmed Ludvig "Brollan" Brolin as stand-in
  • Brollan will stand-in for the team at BLAST Premier: World Final
  • The Swede will serve as a temporary replacement for David "Frozen" Čerňanský who is set to join FaZe Clan
Ludvig "Brollan" Brolin
On Monday, December 4, 2023, MOUZ confirmed Ludvig "Brollan" Brolin as a stand-in for BLAST Premier: World Final 2023. The Swedish Counter-Strike pro will fill in for David "Frozen" Čerňanský, who left MOUZ and is on his way to join FaZe Clan.

Brollan was moved to Ninjas in Pyjamas' bench at the end of October amid a major roster overhaul of the Swedish Counter-Strike team, who acquired Alejandro "alex" Masanet. Since his benching from NiP, Brollan has not played an official match but will have a chance to prove his worth later this month at BLAST Premier: World Final 2023.

At the tournament, Brollan will serve as a replacement for Frozen, who left MOUZ this weekend amid reports of him joining FaZe Clan to fill in the void left behind by Russel "Twistzz" Van Dulken's departure. However, while Brollan joins MOUZ only as a temporary solution, there's a chance he'll have his stay extended.

Brollan's Chance to Shine

Brollan has been without a team since the end of October when he was removed from Ninjas in Pyjamas' roster. He has since not been linked with another team, but he could take this opportunity to earn a more permanent stay with MOUZ.

The 21-year-old is set to attend BLAST Premier: World Final 2023, where he'll be hoping to discover the form that helped him break into the top-20 Player of the Year rankings in 2019 and 2020. However, while Brollan was regarded as one of the most promising Swedish prospects, his form dipped in recent years.

During his stay at Ninjas in Pyjamas, Brollan has averaged a 1.06 performance rating, but struggled to keep a positive rating in the final months of his stint with the team. While Brollan wasn't solely to blame for NiP's lack of results, he hasn't shown the same form as in previous years.

Still, at 21 years of age, Brollan's career is far from over, and a good performance at BLAST Premier: World Final 2023 could see him promoted to a more permanent spot on MOUZ.

With Brollan as a stand-in, MOUZ now fields a complete roster for the upcoming Counter-Strike 2 tournament, where MOUZ will hope to bounce back following a streak of iffy showings in recent events.

Besides MOUZ, BLAST Premier: World Final 2023 will also welcome Heroic, Team Vitality, FaZe Clan, G2 Esports, Natus Vincere, ENCE, and Cloud9, who will all compete for the lion's share of the $1,000,000 prize pool.