Astralis has confirmed a partnership with the Danish trade union HK Privat to launch a Counter-Strike student league, Studie_CS.
Tricked Esport revealed today that Philip “Lucky” Ewald has inked a contract with the team he previously represented before joining Astralis in August 2021.
North have announced the signing of Jonas “Lekr0” Olofsson, who moves to the Danish esports organisation’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster three months after leaving Ninjas in Pyjamas.
After days of speculation, Jakob “JUGi” Hansen has officially become the sixth member of Astralis’ CS:GO roster. With Patrick “es3tag” Hansen also on the way, the Danish champs are set to field a seven-man roster.
Morten “zEVES” Vollan is the new head coach of the Copenhagen Flames CS:GO team, as confirmed by the Danish esports organisation on Wednesday.
Nicolai “HUNDEN” Petersen has hung up his mouse and keyboard to become head coach of Heroic’s CS:GO team, as announced by both parties on Wednesday.
Astralis are reportedly set to sign Patrick “es3tag” Hansen in a bid to assemble a six-man CS:GO esports roster, which the Danish organisation believes will help them find more stability following a disappointing start to the year.
Copenhagen-based sports betting and media group Better Collective has acquired the prominent Counter-Strike esports platform HLTV.org for a total purchase price of US $37.9 million (€34.5m).
North unveiled on Tuesday that they had parted ways with their CS:GO head coach Torbjørn “mithR” Nyborg, who was immediately replaced with Swedish mastermind Jimmy “Jumpy” Berndtsson.
North, one of the biggest Danish esports organizations, decided to start 2020 fresh with a complete rebranding that included a new logo and a wipe of all of their old content from social media.