über G33KZ

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über G33KZ was a Danish team whose most recent roster consisted of the core of players having left the Copenhagen Wolves gaming organization on December 8, 2012.[1]


Originally built around a core of Counter-Strike: Source players, über G33KZ was seen as the best Danish Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team. Throughout the team's existence it made a lot of roster changes, but has only been under a single organization Copenhagen Wolves.


Starting out with a lineup built around Henrik 'FeTiSh' Christensens old Counter-Strike: Source team, CKRAS, the team lacked experience and playtime in the new game. The roster originally included legendary Danish Source player, Bo 'wantz' Vestergaard, but Vestergaard never found the game to his liking.

The team's first real tournament was Copenhagen Games 2013, but they were eliminated early on after they lost to fellow countrymen Western Wolves. Shortly after, the team made a serious amount of changes, bringing in fnatic-players Andreas 'Xyp9x' Højsleth and the sniperstar Michael 'Friis' Jørgensen

Towards the Summer of 2013, the team had qualified for DreamHack Summer 2013 earning a top8 placement along with fellow Danes, Western Wolves.

They later participated at DreamHack Bucharest 2013, falling short early on; probably because of the fact that in-game leader Henrik 'FeTiSh' Christensen was unable to attend. Søren 'socN' Falk helped the team out with the in-game leaders dispute. Shortly after, Nicolai 'device' Reedtz was replaced by Jacob 'Pimp' Winneche.

After the lineup changes, über G33KZ finally had some success, winning local Danish LAN-event, NetParty Fyn#14, beating AWESOME (later n!faculty) and EYES ON U in the process. From this point of time onwards the team locked itself down as a serious contender to the throne in Denmark.

After a top 8 placement at EMS One Fall 2013 and a top 8 finish at ESWC 2013, the team was ready for the biggest event of the year - DramHack Winter 2013. However, just after ESWC, the team once again proved unstable, in terms of stability, removing Jacob 'Pimp' Winneche and Michael 'Friis' Jørgensen and returning to Nicolai 'device' Reedtz and former Western Wolves-star Nicolaj 'Nico' Jensen.

Once again, the team managed to get a place top 8, qualifying for ESL Major Series One: Katowice 2014. However, shortly after the tournament, the team agreed on stopping the cooperation with their organization, Copenhagen Wolves, and continued under the name über G33KZ.


Shortly after splitting up with their organization, the team once again made a roster change, removing Nicolaj 'Nico' Jensen and bringing in n!faculty-star Rene 'cajunb' Borg.[2]

Player Roster[edit]


Former Squad
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
Denmark Xyp9x Andreas Højsleth 2013-12-08 2014-02-16 Team Dignitas
Denmark device Nicolai Hvilshøj Reedtz 2013-12-08 2014-02-16 Team Dignitas
Denmark FeTiSh Henrik Christensen 2013-12-08 2014-02-16 Team Dignitas
Denmark dupreeh Peter Rothmann 2013-12-08 2014-02-16 Team Dignitas
Denmark cajunb Rene Borg 2014-01-10 2014-02-16 Team Dignitas
Former Players
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
Denmark Nico Nicolaj Jensen 2013-12-08 2014-01-10 Copenhagen Wolves
Former Squad
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
Denmark 3k2 Steffen Markussen 2011-06-26 CKRAS Gaming
Denmark FeTiSh Henrik Christensen 2011-06-26 CKRAS Gaming
Denmark cajunb René Borg 2011-06-26 CKRAS Gaming
Denmark h0lm Lars Jespersen 2011-06-26 CKRAS Gaming
Denmark smF Danni Dyg 2011-06-26 CKRAS Gaming
Denmark gravityy (Backup) Kristoffer Søholm 2011-06-26 CKRAS Gaming


Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2015-09-17 A33rd A6Weekly QuickShot Arena #7 10 - 16 $0
2015-09-05 B717 - 32nd A7Qualifier DreamHack Stockholm 2015 - Europe Open Qualifier #1 $0
2013-12-15 A22nd A7Qualifier ESEA Invite Season 15 - Europe 12/0/4 Grp. S. $0
2013-12-14 A22nd A3Minor GDK Invite 2013 1 : 2 $1,228.87
2013-12-13 A33rd - 4th A1Premier Fragbite Masters Season 1 0 : 2 $1,748.38
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Highlight videos[edit]

CS:GO - Copenhagen Wolves at EMS One Summer Finals 2013 (By RaidCall)

CS:GO - Copenhagen Wolves at EMS One Fall Finals 2013


ESWC 2013 Interview: Copenhagen Wolves FeTiSh & Xyp9x

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