Heroic CS:GO coach steps down
Henrik “FeTiSh” Christensen will step down as the coach of Heroic’s Counter-Strike team for personal reasons. “I leave the team to focus on other things, including my family, which also forced me to stay at home for personal reasons during the ELEAGUE tournament, but I would like to thank all the Heroic players and RFRSH, and I wish […]
The ELEAGUE playoffs are a well-timed battle royal
The ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier came at an opportune time.
Snappi discusses reaching the ELEAGUE playoffs and the strength of the Danish CS:GO scene
Heroic stunned the Counter-Strike community Saturday by advancing to the playoffs of the ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier.
Renegades to replace OpTic in ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier after North American qualifier
The final five teams punched their tickets to the ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier over the weekend.
Pimp joins Heroic as substitute ESL Pro League Season 6
Jacob “Pimp” Winneche joined Heroic’s Counter-Strike team as a substitute for the ESL Pro League, the organization announced Tuesday.
Valde announces his free agency
Valdemar “valde” Bjørn Vangså announced Tuesday he is no longer a part of Heroic’s Counter-Strike team and has become a free agent.
UPDATED: RFRSH confirms ownership of Astralis and Heroic, is negotiating ownership of Godsent
Journalist Richard Lewis revealed Thursday documents that show RFRSH Entertainment owns majority shares in Astralis and Heroic — despite a previous denial from the organization.
RFRSH agrees to adopt WESA’s regulations regarding multiple team ownership
The World Esports Association (WESA) announced Thursday that RFRSH Entertainment, which represents Counter-Strike teams Astralis, Godsent and Heroic, has come to agreement in adoption of WESA’s standards regarding multiple team ownership.
North is in serious talks about acquiring Valde from Heroic
Danish Counter-Strike team North is in serious discussions about acquiring benched Heroic player Valdemar “Valde” Bjørn Vangså, according to multiple sources close to both organizations.
RFRSH Entertainment might be one reason the Danish Sports Federation won’t recognize esports as a sport
The Danish Sports Federation refuses to recognize esports as an official sport in Denmark, and RFRSH Entertainment could be part of the reason why.