Myztro releases Clawz, Dooi, Xron, Silencep

POSTED BY Dylan Winn December 31, 2018 in News
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Today, Myztro announced that four Quake members have been released. They are Dmytro “Xron” Sakharuk, Kyle “Silencep” Mooren, Michael “dooi” Dewey, and Nikita “clawz” Marchinsky.

We’d like to clarify that this is not a departure from Quake. We are restructuring our organization for 2019 and beyond.

Dmytro “Xron” Sakharuk was signed to Myztro on June 4th, 2018, and quickly exceeded expectations. He got into Top 8 at Quakecon 2v2, and dazzled audiences with his spectacular aim.  Kyle “Silencep” Mooren was signed along with Xron on June 4th, 2018, and his drive and passion towards Quake and Myztro have been stellar. He clinched 2nd at the OGA Quake PIT Invitational, and recently, he clinched Top 8 in the Dreamhack Winter 2018 TDM competition. Both Xron and Silencep were awesome Myztro ambassadors, and are awesome players, and we wish them nothing but the best going into 2019.

Xron and Silencep at Quakecon 2018
Xron co-hosting NA Quake Open League Season 4 with Zoot

Nikita “clawz” Marchinsky’s time with Myztro was relatively short, but still very successful. He clinched 3rd/4th in the PGL Quake Champions Open, won ESWC 2018, placed 4th at the Italian Esports Open 2018, and clinched Top 8 in Duel and TDM at Dreamhack Winter 2018. His awesome can-do attitude and wonderful Quake skill have given us some of the best moments at Myztro, and we can’t thank clawz enough.

Clawz at IESO 2018

Back in September 2017, we were on the lookout for an exciting, genuine and hard working player to join our Quake Champions roster. When the decision was made to pick up American player Michael “dooi” Dewey, it quickly became apparent that we were a perfect fit. Dooi demonstrated an captivating playstyle that wowed audiences, a charisma that drew people to him, and a work ethic that emboldened both himself and his teammates. It’s easy to see why he went on to have some great results over the past year and a half, including top four finishes at both QuakeCon 2018 and DreamHack Denver 2017, as well as top placements in a handful of Open League competitions. It’s truly been a pleasure seeing you compete under Myztro, and we wish you all the best with your next adventure.

Dooi at Dreamhack Denver 2017

These four players have been more than just teammates; they have become part of the Myztro family. We have laughed, celebrated, trained and reflected together. Thank you all for all of your hard work and dedication you have shown to Myztro throughout the years, and good luck in the next chapters of your esports careers and lives. We couldn’t have done it without you!

This is the last Myztudio post of 2018, so we wish all Myztro Players, Staff, Streamers, and our fantastic fans and community a safe and happy New Year! To an awesome 2019!