Planetkey Dynamics

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[e][h]Planetkey Dynamics
Team Information
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
22nd July 2013
18th January 2018
Recent Player Trades:
2014-11-13 - Oz leaves
2014-04-06 - Oz joins
2014-04-04 - Tarrantius leaves


Planetkey Dynamics is a German organisation founded in July 2013 as the team of, a price comparison service website for game keys. Whilst being mainly focus on the German scene and EPS Germany, the organisation also has international aspirations after having signed the Korean player Oz in April 2014.

The organisation has squads for several eSport titles, including StarCraft II, League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and others.


  • January 1st, AcRo and FallY leave the team.[1]
  • April 4th, Tarrantius stops playing competitively and leaves the team.[2]
  • April 6th, Oz joins Planetkey Dynamics together with Janine, the former Fnatic team house manager.[3]
  • November 11th, Oz leaves.[4]


ID Name Join Date Leave Date Duration New Team
deGermany P GunGFuBanDa Fabian Mayer 14th August 2013 18th January 2018 4 years and 5 months Iron Chain
krSouth Korea P Oz Kim Hak Soo 6th April 2014 11th November 2014 7 months
deGermany P Tarrantius Patric Dann 15th August 2013 4th November 2014 1 year, 3 months
deGermany p AcRo Andreas Kirchner 15th August 2013 1st January 2014 4 months Killerfish eSport
deGermany z FallY Simon Kindl 15th August 2013 1st January 2014 4 months ZZZZZ Retirement


ID Name Position
Germany Sterny Stefanie Offermanns CEO
Germany Spielkind Stefan Offermanns Co-CEO
Germany svn´ Sven Sprenger Executive Director
Germany Janine SC2 Manager


  1. Feiron (1st January 2014). "Verabschiedung im StarCraft 2 Bereich".
  2. Habeu (4th April 2014). "Tarranius Verlasst Planetkey Dynamics".
  3. spielkind (6th April 2014). "Kim "Oz" Haksu joins Dynamics".
  4. @SC2Oz (November 13, 2014). "Oz leaves PkD". Retrieved November 13, 2014.
  5. Teaser (15th August 2013). "Planetkey Dynamics mit Tarrantius und AcRo in SC2 und CS:GO-Team rund um sYrox und mT".