Aurimas “Bymas” Pipiras, who previously played for MOUZ, put out a tweet in search of a new team
Aurimas “Bymas” Pipiras, formerly of MOUZ, recently took to Twitter to declare his quest for a new team. In his statement, Bymas highlighted his increased motivation to succeed and acknowledged the significance of learning from previous missteps. With a revised mindset and a thirst for improvement, he now seeks a new team that will provide him with the platform to demonstrate his abilities and make a significant impact.
I had a lot of time to evaluate my weaknesses and mistakes as a teammate and player since playing for mouz and I have never been this hungry to compete again. I'm still only 19 and have a lot of unfinished goals that I still want to accomplish in this game. If you're looking for… pic.twitter.com/IDqIoCHXh1
— Bymas (@bymascs) June 3, 2023
Bymas entered free agency in February 2023 after MOUZ decided to release him. Bymas' departure from the German organization marked the conclusion of his association with the organization that began in August 2020, when he joined as a replacement for Özgür “woxic” Eker.
After a brief period with FaZe, Bymas joined MOUZ, where he faced the challenges of competing at the highest echelons despite not having previous experience on a professional team. It took some time for the Lithuanian player to find his rhythm within MOUZ, reflected by his initial 1.02 rating during his first year. Bymas displayed consistent growth, however, culminating in an impressive 1.07 rating in his final season with the team.
In 2021, MOUZ hit remarkable milestones, including a victorious performance in Flashpoint 3 and successful qualification for the esteemed PGL Major Stockholm 2021. The European roster demonstrated their resilience in the Swedish capital, navigating through the Challengers Stage and concluding the Legends Stage within the 12-14th position. In Bymas' final appearance with the team, MOUZ made an impressive mark at IEM Cologne 2022, securing a commendable 5-6th place finish. Along the way, they triumphed over strong contenders like Heroic, Vitality, and Ninjas in Pyjamas, leaving their mark on the prestigious LANXESS arena.
“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 — playing in front of the best crowd in Cologne,” Bymas’ tweet read.
“For my future team I'd really love to continue improving as a lurker. I've tried playing in many roles and positions since joining MOUZ, but this year I became a lurker and it has made me way more impactful in the game,” he touched on his future plans. “I am very motivated and hungry for my next opportunity, and open to any offers.”