MOUZ NXT Wins WePlay Academy League Season 3 to Complete Threepeat

MOUZ Academy CS:GO team claims the trophy once again.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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MOUZ NXT Wins WePlay Academy League Season 3


MOUZ NXT completes threepeat by winning the WePlay Academy League Season 3.
The team walked away with $45,000 USD in prize money, dropping just a single map in the Playoffs stage of the tournament.
mhL and xertioN were the standout players for MOUZ NXT during the tournament.

MOUZ NXT continues to extend its WePlay Academy League (WAL) winning streak as it successfully completes its threepeat by winning the third season of the tournament. The European lineup was in sublime form at the WAL Season 3 - Playoffs, dropping just one map on its way to lifting the trophy.

The latest player to join the team - Miłosz "mhL" Knasiak, was the standout player for the side at the event with an overall HLTV rating of 1.27 and a K/D differential of +80.

As has been the case in the past, MOUZ NXT took the competition rather seriously and was prepared to dominate the other teams participating in the tournament.

MOUZ NXT successfully completes threepeat by winning WePlay Academy League Season 3

The WePlay Academy League Season 3 which started on 3rd January has concluded with MOUZ NXT walking away as the champions for the third time in a row, pocketing $45,000 USD in prize money out of the total prize pool of $100,000 USD.

MOUZ NXT topped the points table of Group-B in the Group Stage of the tournament, losing just one match against Spirit Academy. They went '7-1' achieving a round difference of +40 and a total of 21 points, effectively skipping the Play-In Stage and directly making their way into the quarterfinals of the Playoffs.

Here, they went on to beat Astralis Talent in the quarterfinals, followed by BIG Academy in the semifinals and then the grand finals once again. This was a nearly flawless run for MOUZ NXT as they dropped just one map, winning all the other maps to win the tournament for the third time in a row.

MOUZ NXT has won all seasons of WePlay Academy League so far

Both mhL and Dorian "xertioN" Berman were in top form, leading the charts for MOUZ NXT when it came to fragging and winning them the match as they were clearly a step above the rest. However, surprisingly it was the 17-year-old NAVI Junior rifler, Danyyl "headtr1ck" Valitov, who turned out to be the best individual player at the tournament.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.