Just confirmed on Millenium's stream that Goswser has indeed moved to Millenium. Pretty interesting as until very recently he was never putting out fantastic results, so you wouldn't expect a team like Millenium to pick him up ^^
Goswser says main reasons for the move are his desire to compete in Europe. Hopefully he does well, and I wish him luck.
Original article (in French):
Thanks to Otolia for translating:
Today, six weeks after Dayshi's arrival, Millenium is proud to welcome Micheal 'Goswser' Dobler (i.e. gosu-user) in their Starcraft 2 team ! The recruitment of a new Zerg equilibrates the line up a little more, which has been managed by Llewellys since Stephano left for Evil Geniuses.
Goswser is one of those up-and-coming NA players of this year. He ,along with Insur, Suppy, ViBE (sic) and Illusion, is among the new prodigies hailing from across the Atlantic. At the end of last year (T/N: 2012-11-16), he was promoted from compLexity's academy, a section dedicated to the nurturing of new amateur talents, to compLexity's main team.
The Zerg never traveled outside the U.S., though that has not prevented him from shining as evidenced by his success in various MLG. He often had to go through the open bracket, a rough bracket granting a few places in the Championship Bracket. Twice (in MLG Dallas and Raleigh 2012) Goswser managed to advance and win against the likes of ThorZaIN, Polt, QXC or ToD. During the World Championship Series (WCS), organized by Blizzard, Michael rose to a top 16 in both the USA and NA finals.
It was during the qualifications of the MSI Pro Cup Worldwide that he was revealed to the eyes of the French community. Goswser won the tournament U.S. - where eight of the best players in the region were invited - winning versus HuK, Sheth and Scarlett, currently considered one of the top three non-Korean Zerg. Michael will participated in the main event this week, while staying at the Millenium's Gaming House in Marseille until at least February.
I discovered this player during MSI Pro Cup Qualifiers Worldwide NA (T/N: where he filled in for ViBE). I found his games interesting, so I started to follow him.
During our discussions, I learned to know him better and his career is rather singular. Initially a Complexity academy player, he rose through the ranks, one by one, to climb into the first team. From scratch, he was met with sizeable success coming out of the famous open bracket of MLG, qualifying for IPL 5, IronSquid 2 and MSI Pro Cup Worldwide.
I particularly like his determination to try to qualify to every tournament. Now he wants to pass another level with Millenium and I truly believe he is capable of doing so. An agreement was quickly found and Millenium is happy to welcome Goswser within its team.
I hope the wait was not too long (we waited for complexity to release him) I decided to delay the announcement for a few days, as I know he is not very well known in France and it was a perfect opportunity to present live from the Gaming House as he arrived this morning.