Team EnVyUs
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Will play at CS:GO Asia Championships
June 11, 2018
Team EnVyUs will be using xms at the upcoming $300,000 event, HLTV.org reports.
ANALYSIS
There has been no official statement from Team EnVyUs on the current situation that xms and SIXER will be taking place of RpK and Happy on the active roster at the CS:GO Asia Championships. However, HLTV.org has confirmed the line-up change by the tournament organizers directly that xms and SIXER will travel to the event in Shanghai, China, on June 14-18.
Will sit out at CS:GO Asia Championships
June 11, 2018
Happy will not be traveling with the team to the upcoming CS:GO Asia Championships in Shanghai, according to a report from HLTV,org.
ANALYSIS
The reason is unknown as to why Happy will not be attending the event with the current line-up as xms and SIXER will replace the 26-year-old along with RpK for the $300,000 event. HLTV.org has confirmed the line-up change prior to the event from the tournament organizer's directly.
Will not compete at CS:GO Asia Championships
June 11, 2018
Team EnVyUs have elected not to use their current line-up, including RpK, at the CS:GO Asia Championships, HLTV.org reports.
ANALYSIS
It is unknown as to why RpK will not be attending the $300,000 event as HLTV.org has confirmed the line-up change directly from the tournament organizers. Instead of RpK and Happy, the team will use xms and SIXER for the upcoming CS:GO Asia Championships, which will take place in Shanghai, China, on June 14-18.
Not happy about the 2-0 loss
April 25, 2018
Happy posted a 39/34 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 loss to Heroic in Week 7 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
ANALYSIS
Happy got the start needed to put Heroic on their heels early with a clean 4-0 lead on the T-side of Train. Heroic came back and hit hard on the CT-side to give Happy a run for his money, in which his economy was shattered to result in a close 8-7 half. The two sides tried to establish a lead early on but to no avail, as Happy fired back but came up short for a 16-14 loss. He then moved to Cobblestone, where he spent the majority of the first half trailing Heroic for a 9-6 half. From there, the second half was eventually claimed by Heroic, who saw the 2-0 series win after their 16-13 bout on Cobble.
Swept for a 2-0 loss
April 25, 2018
hAdji went 47/35 on Tuesday in a 2-0 series loss to Heroic in Week 7 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
ANALYSIS
hAdji kicked off the series on Train, where he opened up the T-side with a triple kill to secure the pistol round. From there, he went on to help secure a 4-0 lead before Heroic began contesting, tying the half 6-6. The two sides traded rounds, but in the end, hAdji held on to the 8-7 lead, hAdji continued through the second half, taking round after round to come close to forcing overtime, but falling short in the 16-14 loss, posting a 23/16 KD and 78.2 ADR. hAdji moved on to Cobblestone, where he was on the wrong side of the first half as he was faced with an early 5-0 deficit. hAdji trailed Heroic through the first half to find themselves three rounds down in going into the second. hAdji dished it out with Heroic, but could not keep pushing through to result in a 2-0 loss.
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Invited to DreamHack Open Tours
May 5, 2018
DreamHack has announced that Team EnVyUs are the first invited team to compete at DreamHack Open Tours.
ANALYSIS
Team EnVyUs are the first invited team out of the six who will take part in the $100,000 tournament, set to take place on may 19-21. This will be the first DreamHack Open stop, which saw Torqued and AGO make their way to the event via North American and European qualifiers and will now be joined by the French of EnVyUs. EnVyUs will make their second offline showing with their new lineup, who attended DreamHack Masters Marseille in April, where they eliminated G2 Esports and lost twice to FaZe Clan, placing 9th-12th.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Qualifies for ESL One: New York
August 20, 2017
Team EnVyUs has won the European Qualifier and will join the slate of teams at ESL New York next month.
ANALYSIS
Team EnVyUs showed off a dominance that we haven't quite seen since kennyS, NBK, and apEX left the team for G2 Esports earlier this year. They opened up the qualifier with an easy 2-0 victory over HellRaisers before meeting G2 in a grudge match. While G2 took the first map 16-12 on Inferno, EnVyUs bounced back in a major way with two straight wins on Cache and Cobblestone. The match on Cobblestone was an especially strong showing, with ScreaM and xms both posting 25 kills in the 16-6 win. EnVyUs then matched up with the reigning Major champions of Gambit Esports, and dusted the competition. It took just two games for EnVyUs to come away the victor, with Gambit failing to reach 10 rounds in either game.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Wins Gfinity Invitational
September 26, 2016
EnVyUs took down mousesports in the grand finals of the Gfinity Invitational on Sunday to take home the crown.
ANALYSIS
After defeating Epsilon eSports 3-1 in the semifinals, all that stood between EnVyUs and the $50,000 prize was mousesports. The series was probably the easiest time that EnVyUs has had playing Counter Strike in some time. They opened up with a 19-17 win on Cache before moving on to Cobble where they won 16-12. They got off to a slow start in Game 3 on Dust 2, as mousesports got off to an 11-4 lead. But EnVyUs bounced back in the second half to take a 16-14 win to take the map and the series.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Advances to quarterfinals of SL i-League StarSeries Season 2
September 9, 2016
Team EnVyUs have made it out of Group D as the number two seed from the group and will move on to the quarterfinals at SL i-League StarSeries Season 2.
ANALYSIS
Team EnVyUs got off to a bit of a poor start in the Group Stages of StarSeries Season 2. They were handily taken care of by Cloud9 in the first game of Group D play, but they bounced back with a 16-8 win over Virtus.pro in their second game. This brought them up against VG.CyberZen to see who would be the second representative of Group D. Game 1 on Dust 2 was really close, with EnVy taking it 16-14. Game 2 wasn't even close as EnVy dismantled VG 16-3. EnVyUs will now take on G2 in the quarterfinals on Saturday.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Qualifies for SL i-League Season 2
August 23, 2016
Team EnVyUs defeated Hellraisers in a fairly easy 2-0 series on Monday to secure their spot at the SL i-League Season 2 LAN Final.
ANALYSIS
The first game on Dust 2 was a pretty close one, while the second map was much more lopsided. Hellraisers put up a bit of a fight in the first game, almost taking EnVyUs to overtime, but eventually fell 16-14. When they loaded up on Nuke, though, EnVyUs ran away with the game to the tune of a 16-8 win. The win locked in their spot at the LAN Final to take place in Kiev, Ukraine on September 7-11.