The Real FORG1VEN, Part 2: The Rise and Fall of SK Gaming

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Part 1, covering Forg1ven’s time on the Copenhagen Wolves, can be read here. Introduction The fall of 2014 was a difficult time for European League of Legends. Through a combination of ill fortune and inconsistent play, none of the region’s three teams made it to the Round of 8 at the Season 4 World Championships. Europeans prayed that Season 5…

Niels – The Shining Star of Origen

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  In December of 2014, prior to the start of Season 5, former Fnatic mid laner xPeke announced three players for the roster of his challenger team, Origen. The three players were Amazing, the former jungler of Team Solo Mid and Copenhagen Wolves, freshly-unbanned Mithy, former support of Lemondogs and Ninjas in Pyramids, and a rookie ADC recommended by Rekkles…

Forward Look: New Teams in EU LCS

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With Worlds starting on Thursday, the wait for more League action is almost over. Let’s take this last moment of quiet to take a look at the changes for next year’s EU spring split. This split saw the fall of two dynasties, and the return of old friends. End of an Era SK Gaming and the Copenhagen Wolves have been…

CPH Wolves and HellRaisers withdraw from Gaming Paradise

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Photo taken from: Gamanoid.ru Copenhagen Wolves and HellRaisers have announced their withdrawal from the Slovenian event which starts tomorrow.   Gaming Paradise Coverage Hub Click here for results, VODs and all the other information   The organisers of Gaming Paradise are faced with yet another issue. At the last minute, both, the Norwegian and Ukranian, teams have decided to withdraw from…

Gaming Paradise replacements revealed

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The teams replacing the recent dropouts at the upcoming Gaming Paradise event have been revealed. In the past week multiple teams, such as NiP and Team SoloMid, have announced their exit from the Gaming Paradise CS:GO tournament due to various reasons without anyone to take their place; now, new teams have been invited to step in at the event. Titan, Hellraisers,…

Reason Gaming announces new roster

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Nicolai ”HUNDEN” Petersen creates new team under Reason Gaming tag after being released from SK Gaming. Nicolai ”HUNDEN” Petersen has come back from his recent release from SK Gaming due to subpar results, with the intent to start a new team under the Reason Gaming tag. The roster consists of HUNDEN himself, Lasse ”maeVe” Elgaard, a former teammate of his…

CPH Wolves are back with a new line-up

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Copenhagen Wolves have just announced a new line-up consisting of ex LGB eSports players. Ever since the release of their previous roster, Copenhagen Wolves were in search of a new team. The straw was drawn by established players, who have proved themselves by having a long run with LGB eSports. The fact that both LGB eSports and CPH Wolves are…

Youngbuck is the New NME Head Coach

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On the NME official website it was announced that former Copenhagen Wolves top laner Joey “Youngbuck” Steltenpool will be the new Enemy Esports head coach. The Copenhagen Wolves had a poor performance this split which landed them all the way to last place and being relegated from the EU LCS. So Youngbuck decided to step down after the end of the…

Meet the Challengers: EU

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Origen. H2K. Unicorns of Love. All top six teams in Europe. All Challenger at one time. The Challenger Series Summer Season is over, and four teams emerged victorious to move on and fight for a spot in the LCS. In a few short months we will know which team will be auto-promoted to join the LCS ranks and take the…