It has been said time and time again “All good things must come to an end”. Unfortunately, today, this proves true. It is never happy news to part ways with members of our team but we understand that is the industry we are in. Goals change and doors open; we understand this.
It’s on that note that we announce, Stefan “PengWin” Mott is leaving mYinsanity. PengWin will continue with StarCraft 2 and is currently enjoying his time off in America. We are sad to be sharing this news with the community but would like to make it clear that there is no animosity from either parties in this decision.
Just like our logo, the name “PengWin” is synonymous with mYinsanity. He has been an essential part to our organization and leaves many great memories, achievements, and very big shoes to fill. We wish PengWin the best of luck and success in his future.
You will always be part of mYinsanity to us.
Statement from PengWin:
“It’s been an amazing 4 years working as the manager of mYinsanity. Together, we built this team from a small local fun clan into a foreign powerhouse organization with six premier titles, having had some of the most amazing players in the world on the team. I’ve loved every minute of working with these guys, and will miss them, but it’s time for me to move on. Before speculation starts, there is no bad blood or anything of the sort between myself and the organization, our goals simply aren’t aligned anymore and I feel that it is better for me to pursue a new chapter in my eSports career. While I’m sad to be leaving this chapter behind, I have every intention of staying with Starcraft 2 and am excited to see what the future holds.
Special thanks to Cedric, Domi, Scooter, Remo, Novaxx, Kerry, Manuel and everybody else in management over the past 4 years who I have had the pleasure to work with. Special thanks to all of the players who have been some of the most wonderful people I’ve had the privilege to meet and befriend, and finally, special thanks to all of the fans who have watched mYi grow from a small no-name team into the organization it is today.”