mCon esports is a Dutch organisation focusing on uniting some of the best talent in the Benelux, as well as developing new talent within the region. Apart from their Semi-Professional teams, which include Trackmania, and StarCraft II, various other less competitive teams and players are part of, and play with the mCon esports tag.
After picking up Poyo and dropping their Trackmania Team in February 2013, the focus of the team came entirely on Starcraft 2. This quickly paid off as PoYo won the most competitive Benelux LAN to date, The Party 11.
After huge successes with Harstem, Poyo, Darkomicron and others most of the players went inactive or quit Starcraft. mCon esports once again expanded in more divisions as League of Legends (2nd place Frag-o-Matic), Hearthstone (1st place The Reality) and more.
Yogmark got hired as Starcraft division manager with the goal of giving mCon esports once again an active and strong Starcraft 2 division, he hopes to achieve this by recruiting JayPower, Hephaistas and Dente.
The whole team has rebranded from Mouse Control to mCon esports including a new logo, a new website and more.
- February 24, AmuseD, Dente, Genix, Mind and Princess join the academy of mCon esports.
- March 15, FreAk returns to Starcraft and joins mCon esports's acadamy once again.
- August 25, Jona joins the professional line-up of mCon esports
- October 5, Nesnow joins the professional line-up of mCon esports
- December 27, ShaGGy gets placed back to acadamy team.
- December 27, Fmtc leaves ECVisualize to join mCon esports
- March 10, NEEK returns from his inactive break.
- May 1, Marsman joins the mCon esports acadamy team after departing with KnightS* Gaming.
- July 7, Dente and LTI became inactive.
- July 8, Powerbeam is recruited from Double Dutch Dragons and joins the mCon esports acadamy team.
- July 8, LeoN joins the Mouse Control acadamy after departing with LowLandLions.
- August 8, Freak decided to quit Starcraft II and got dropped from mCon esports.
- August 24, Marsman got promoted to the main team of mCon esports.
- November 27, Dimmert got promoted to the main team of mCon esports.
- February 19, Mouse Control picks up PoYo shortly after winning the StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm competition at Belgian LAN-party Frag-o-Matic.
- November, PoYo, NEEK, Darkomicron and Sushi are inactive, and thus replaced with JayPower, Hephaistas and Dente.
- December 3, Optimus joined AT Gaming.
- December 16, JayPower joined mYinsanity's academy team.
Best yearly results
|Jona||Jonathan Stelma||-||-||-||33 - 48th||17 - 32nd||-|
|NEEK||Niek Baltussen||-||36 - 52nd||64 - 96th||-||-||-|
|Teetie||Wouter van Westen|
|Chevelle||Martijn van Bijnen|
|Mjolkie||Lynne van Vuuren|
|Backwash||Leon ten Tje|
|TOPshooter||Jordan van de Ven|
|Hephaistas||Dani van Dam|
|Harstem||Kevin de Koning||Fnatic|
|Optimus||Vincent Klerks||AT Gaming|
|Darkomicron||Ferry van de Pol|
|Nesnow||Thomas Nyssen||Nuit Blanche|
|AmuseD||Rick Drieling||Player coach|
|Sjors||Sjors Suidgeest||Player coach|
|WisH||Matthijs Breed||Assistant manager|
|FwRtje||Leroy van Loon||Board of directors|
- What is Mouse Control? http://www.mcon-esports.com/
-  www.prog4mer.be
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- Mouse Control haalt Darkomicron binnen mousecontrol.nl 22/06/2012.
- mCon Harstem verkast naar Fnatic mousecontrol.nl 01/07/2012.