“I want to play for trophies with this team and I will do whatever I can to accomplish that,” suNny said in a statement. “We are looking for consistent success, that is the most important goal now. We can only do it with hard work and time, but with group of players here at mousesports and the organization backing us, I am really confident that this team can go far together.”
SuNny will replace Christian “loWel” Antoran, who was released Wednesday, and practice with the team in order to compete in DreamHack Malmö, the first tournament after the player break. SuNny will join mousesports after spending the last seven months on Penta, which culminated in a berth in the PGL Krakow Major last month.