Replaces k0nfig in North
February 2, 2018
North have confirmed that Kjaerbye will replace the recently stepped-down k0nfig on the active lineup.
The news comes after North's k0nfig decided to step down from the active roster, suggesting that the player will take a break for an indefinite period due to person reasons, a report from reports. Kjaerbye returns to some familiar faces, including in-game leader MSL, whom both players played under the Dignitas banner. Kjaerbye will get his first debut with the team during the European closed qualifier for IEM Katowice this weekend. His first offline appearance will come during the cs_summit 2, which will run February 8-11.
North set to bench
January 30, 2018
North is set to bench k0nfig just a day after placing their AWPer, cajunb on the bench, according to a report from
Sources close to the team have reported that the Danish star is taking an indefinite break due to person reasons. The first sign came as the Danish player was unavailable for media interviews at the ELEAGUE Major Boston New Legends stage in Atlanta. The past three events saw k0nfig show up with uncharacteristically below-average performance, making the move understandable from the organization's point of view.
Promoted to North
January 29, 2018
North has announced that mertz from North Academy will be replacing cajunb on the main roster.
The 19-year-old from Denmark will get the promotion of a lifetime as cajunb performed poorly at the ELEAGUE Major New Legends stage, which the team saw get sent home early with a 0-3 record. The young star has been the front-runner for North Academy, averaging a 1.18 rating on LAN and an above-average rating across all tournaments besides two. In a statement, North's Director of Esports Jonas "whimp" Svendsen mentioned that the organization "needs to win titles," prompting the move. mertz will make his first appearance with the team at the cs_summit 2 which is set to kick-off from February 8-11 with a prize pot of $150,000 up for grabs.
cajunb benched
January 29, 2018
The Danish organization has announced that cajunb will be replaced by North Academy's mertz.
After a disappointing run at the ELEAGUE Major New Legends stage with a surprising 0-3 record, North has now promoted mertz from North Academy to fill in the role. The team has undergone a rough 2017 campaign as the team was only able to pick up one win at DreamHack Montreal, thanks to Immortals unprofessional grand final tardiness. North has been to two different finals, which the team fell short to G2 at the ESL Pro League Season 5 Finals and DreamHack Masters Malmo. cajunb has been part of the team since 2016, which involved the trade with Astralis picking up Kjaerbye from the prior Dignitas team.
Falls short against SK
December 5, 2017
aizy managed a 13/22 KD in North's loss to SK Gaming on Day 1 of the ESL Pro League Finals.
Outside of a few nice plays here and there, North didn't have much to give as a team in this series Tuesday. He had a nice 3k to pick up a retake in Round 11, but that was an isolated round in what ended as a 16-7 loss for the Danes. They simply were unable to muster much of anything in the face of the Brazilians and will start in an 0-1 hole in Odense.
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Receives DreamHack Open Montreal invite
August 17, 2017
The Danes of North have received an official invite to the upcoming DreamHack Open Montreal alongside Cloud9, according to the organizers.
North has been invited to the seventh DreamHack Open tournament this year, with $100,000 up for grabs. Cloud9 will join North as the first two teams invited to the event which is set to kick off September 8-10. North has been active in the off-season replacing Magisk on the active roster, however, captain of the Danish team, MSL, stated the team will be attending three events in a row to gain more experience with their new fifth. The fifth and final spot still has not yet been determined as to who will fill in the void of Magisk.
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Invited to Blast Pro Series
August 9, 2017
North and Astralis are the first two teams to be invited to the Blast Pro Series in Denmark, the organizers have announced.
RFRSH has unveiled two out of the six teams invited to the Blast Pro Series which is set to kick off in November 24th with a $250,000 prize pool, with Astralis and North being the first announced. The event will only have six teams participating and all of them will be playing simultaneously on a massive stage. Fans will have the option to choose which matches to listen to follow using headsets. The Blast Pro Series will be the first high-level event in Denmark where the Danish derby of Astralis and North will take place. The last four teams will be announced before August 31st.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
North joins WESA
August 1, 2017
The Danish organization North have joined the World Esports Association (WESA), the association announced.
The Danish organization has now joined the forces along side earlier additions this year with OpTic Gaming, FaZe Clan, SK Gaming, Renegades, and recent addition Splyce, to take a step to "further professionalize the industry as a whole." North, who recently plunged at the PGL Major and followed with a benching of Magisk, is now set to "continue leaving our footprint in the esports world" North's CGO, Jacob Toft-Andersen, said in a statement despite the recent changes to the team. With North and Splyce joining, this will bring the total number of members to 14.
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North receives ELEAGUE Premier invite
July 26, 2017
ELEAGUE has revealed twelve teams invited to the sixteen team Premier Tournament, including the Danes of North.
ELEAGUE has now announced the invited twelve teams to participate in the ELEAGUE Premier set to start in early September. North has had a few troubles as of recent, dropping out of ESL One: Cologne 9-11th followed by a 5-8th exit at the PGL Major in Krakow. Following the major, a report by about the team benching Emil "Magisk" Reif, which opened the rumors that ex-Heroic, who was also benched until his contract expired, Valdemar "valde" Bjorn Vangsa is set to sign with the Danish team before the ELEAGUE Premier. No official statements have been made, however, North will be placed in Group B alongside Fnatic, mousesports and the Qualifying team from the Americas and Europe/CIS regions.
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F.C. Copenhagen soccer club forms new CS:GO team, NORTH
January 4, 2017
The former Team Dignitas roster has been signed to new CS:GO team, NORTH, reports Jacob Wolf of ESPN.
The F.C. Copenhagen soccer club and Nordisk Film entertainment company has taken the dive into esports by creating a new brand by the name of NORTH. Their first team will be of the CS:GO variety and will be filled with the fellow Danish players of Team Dignitas who were released back in December. The team will see its first action under the NORTH banner at the ELEAGUE Major towards the end of January.