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Dosia and mou part ways with OneThree over Coronavirus

CS:GO players Rustem “mou” Telepov and Mihail “Dosia” Stolyarov have announced they're leaving OneThree due to concerns over the Coronavirus in China.
Dosia and mou part ways with OneThree over Coronavirus

After the coronavirus caused the WESG to cancel the Asia-Pacific Finals for CS:GO in Malaysia, two players have left their team due to the spreading virus.  

Rustem “mou” Telepov announced on Twitter he’ll be leaving team OneThree with Mihail “Dosia” Stolyarov and not competing in the qualifiers for the Asia Minor.  

The two players have yet to even play a match for the team, after being signed in early December last year.  

In the post, mou wrote: “Hello everyone! Due to the latest news related to the Coronavirus in China, we will not be playing for the OneThree team and Asian playoffs in China to pursue further to Minor.

“Having said that, we’d like to announce that Dosia and I are free once again!” 

The Coronavirus, which has killed over 100 people in China, has disrupted multiple upcoming events, with WESG cancelling the Asia-Pacific Finals due to concerns over travel. 

It has also caused issues in the League Of Legends scene, with the LPL suspended and a number of casters leaving China due to concerns over the virus.  

It’s currently unknown when the 16 teams will play for WESG’s Asia-Pacific Finals or if the location will be changed.