Mousesports Undergoes Rebranding

Mousesports recently announced it was undergoing a rebranding effort. As a result, the company’s name has been changed to MOUZ. This rebranding comes with a logo redesign that moves away from the original symbol first created in 2002.

“For the first time ever, we will change the look and feel of our brand, including a new, iconic logo. Shortly after the establishment in March 2002, MOUZ fielded the same logo for nearly two decades. Over 360 tournaments have been won with the logo, that many gaming fans around the world recognize, but are unable to define what they really see in it,” the organization said in a blog post announcing the rebranding. “Initially, the historic MOUZ logo mimics the head of a mouse, while it also represents the palm of a player touching a gaming mouse. This lore faded over the course of many years, so newer fans wouldn’t even know. Our new logo is back to the roots, as the very first logo that identified MOUZ in 2002 for a few months was simple, yet effective: °o°.”

MOUZ is a German gaming organization that was founded in 2002. The company is best known for fielding rosters in CS:GO and Rainbow Six Siege.

(All information was provided by Dot Esports, MOUZ, and Wikipedia)

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