Team Darkstar

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[e][h]Team Darkstar
Team Information
Kenny "Ajukrejzi" Steen
Jakob "Silver" Selander
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:


Team Darkstar is a Swedish StarCraft II team founded at the beginning of 2013. Darkstar was created with the ambition to become one of the strongest teams in northern Europe, and to eventually be considered as one of the international professional teams.


  • April 24, the team disbands.[1]
  • February 1, Bloop gets promoted from the academy to the A-team.[2]
  • March 1, Logitech is announced as one of the teams sponsors.[3]
  • July 27, changes to the roster are made.[4]
  • January 13, Team Darkstar is formed with players Broda, VoLt, Zezuane, Prospect and Lampan quickly being added to the lineup.[5]
  • January 31, experienced caster tMK joins the organization.[6]
  • February 24, Swedish players Multi and Shadowelock are added to the roster.[7]
  • March 22, the team announces their first sponsor, Wotnet.[8]
  • March 24, the Doed Season 3 comes to an end with Multi placing 4th in Division Elite and Prospect placing first in Division 1 Stockholm.[9][10]
  • April 10, Danish players Broda and Zezuane leave Darkstar.[11]
  • May 13, Zerg user Panthera joins Darkstar.[12]
  • May 21, Swedish Terran Gulanka joins the team.[13]
  • July 3, Jakob "Silver" Selander joins Darkstar as the new official Team Manager. [14]
  • July 28, Gulanka leaves the team to focus on studies.[15]
  • August 4, Mist and Glaive are added to the roster.
  • September 18, an Academy is announced.[16]
  • September 20, Panthera and Mist leave, along with the recruitment of Avokado.[17]
  • November 3, DaaX joins.[18]

Former Player Roster[edit]

The following tables represent the status of the tables on Liquipedia at the date Team Darkstar shut down, but may not reflect accurately the official roster at the time of disbandment.


Best Yearly Result:

ID Name 2013 2014 2015
seSweden p Multi () Pontus Cervin 65 - 80th 2013 DreamHack Open/Stockholm - 65 - 80th 2015 DreamHack Open: Stockholm
seSweden z Prospect Kalle Pietiläinen 65 - 96th 2013 DreamHack Open/Summer 49 - 64th 2014 DreamHack Open: Summer -
seSweden z DaaX Axel Dalberg - 49 - 64th 2014 DreamHack Open: Summer -
seSweden P SatO Emil Söderlind - 49 - 64th 2014 DreamHack Open: Stockholm -


Best Yearly Result:

ID Name 2013 2014
seSweden t FriO Viktor Eklundh - -
seSweden z FeMo Felix Morau - 49 - 64th 2014 DreamHack Open: Summer
seSweden r Panthera Linus Gustafsson 97 - 128th 2013 DreamHack Open/Summer -
seSweden P Zendi Emil Malmsten - -
seSweden z DropDead Mikael Eriksson - -
seSweden P Yahweh Dan Kirichenko - -
seSweden t Hyouka Kristian Angelovski - -
seSweden t Crown Jens Kronqvist - -
seSweden z LingKing Adam Areberg - -
seSweden p Ada Fredrik Präntare - -
seSweden p Wigge Andreas Vigertsson - -
seSweden p Volt Shawn Svennebäck - -


ID Name 2013 2014
seSweden z Vanter Christofer Altin - -
seSweden t Bloop Philip Söderblom - 65 - 80th 2014 DreamHack Open: Summer2014 DreamHack Open: Stockholm
seSweden p HELLO Mandel Blomgren - -


ID Name New Team
seSweden t Avokado Emil Kronberg IsIMBA
dkDenmark t Broda Niels Sandberg The-Dead-Generation
dkDenmark z Zezuane Malte Borges TBD
seSweden t Shadowelock Filip Wahlmark TBD
seSweden t Mist Albin Grip TBD


ID Name Position
Sweden Ajukrejzi Kenny Steen Founder, CEO
Sweden Silver Jakob Selander Head Manager
Sweden VipEx Staffan Selander Technical Director
Sweden Mineral Emma Strand PR-Manager
Sweden Gordox Anton Svensson Financial Director