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Heroic CS:GO team

Heroic Line-up

cadiaN - player of Heroic
+17 -5
cadiaN
Casper Møller
Snappi - player of Heroic
+51 -1
Snappi
Marco Pfeiffer
es3tag - player of Heroic
+44 -0
es3tag
Patrick Hansen
b0RUP - player of Heroic
+25 -12
b0RUP
Johannes Borup
stavn - player of Heroic
+63 -1
stavn
Last_5_games
80% Wins
20% Losses
Last_10_games
60% Wins
40% Losses
Last month
70% Wins
30% Losses
Last year
61% Wins
39% Losses

Events with Heroic

Upcoming events

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $500,000

The half a million dollars tournament, which will take place in Moscow.

Past events

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $600,000

The final stage of the tournament ESL Pro League Season 10

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000

The yearly seasonal $100,000 championship by DreamHack.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $500,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $25,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $60,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $5,000 USD + 1 spot at IEM Beijin
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000

Championship with a prize pool of $250,000.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 1 spot at IEM Chicago 2019
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $600,000

One of the largest yearly CS:GO tournaments.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: 2 spots at ESL One Cologne
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $5,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 4 spots in Closed Qualifier
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $50,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 2 spots in Closed Qualifier

The open qualifiers in Europe are hosted online on February 2-3. The top two participants will advance from Open Qualifier #2 to the close qualifying round.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $50,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $150,000

This championship will become the first in November and will be hosted in the mansion Summit House, which is located on the edge of Los Angeles.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: 7 Spots at LAN-Finals
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $90,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 2 spots at IEM Chicago
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 8 spots at Europe Minor
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 3 spots at DH Masters Stockholm
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 1 spot at ESL One New York
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000 USD

The championship with the prize pool of $100,000, which will take place in the USA.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $10,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 2 spots in ECS Season 5
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $500,000

A large tournament with the prize pool in the sum of $500,000.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $125,000

The European CS:GO league

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $150,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 4 spots at IEM Katowice
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 2 spots at Finals
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 2 spots in the Closed Qualifier
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000

DreamHack Winter 2017 – an annual regular CS:GO championship from DreamHack

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $150,000

Tournament for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $150,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: 1 spot to EPICENTER 2017 - Wild Card
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

Major league for Tier-1 and Tier-1 teams with $1,000,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: € 200,000

Major tournament for Tier-1 and Tier-2 with € 200,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: 2 spots to ECS Season 4 Promotion
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $125,000 & 6 spots to Finals

Regular league from ESL for Tier-1, Tier-2 and Tier-3 teams with $125,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000

Tournament from DreamHack for Tier-2 and Tier-3 teams with $100,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000

Major tournament from ESL for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $250,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000 on main event

Quialifier for european teams on ESL One Cologne 2017.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000

Tournament from DreamHack for Tier-1 teams with $100,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $28,000

Tournament from E-Frag for Tier-2 teams with $28,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000

Tournament from ESL for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $300,000 prize pool.

In brief:

2016

In August, the Heroic tag was created by the players of Team X, represented by such players as Friis, MODDII, gla1ve, valde and Snappi. In October, gla1ve left the team to pursue his career in Astralis and his slot was taken by niko.

2017

In January, Friis was sent to reserve players and his slot was taken by cadiaN from Rogue. In February, after the negotiations between Heroic and Tricked eSport, the decision to exchange Friis for JUGi was reached. In May, the team got FeTiSh as their coach. Later valde was sent to reserve players and his place was received by cadiaN. In June, Heroic signed an ex-player Tricked eSport, es3tag. In June, valde’s contract with Heroic was terminated, so he left the organization. In October, FeTiSh also left Heroic and one month later his slot was taken by peacemaker, becoming a temporary coach of the team. In December,a peacemaker’s contract was terminated and organization decided to sign a new one for 12 months.

2018

RUBINO joined Heroic as a substitute player for cs_summit 2 and later he replaced es3tag in the roster. In March, Heroic announced that JUGi would get inactive due to his personal reasons for an indefinite period of time while es3tag returned to the team. In April, JUGi and Snappi joined OpTic Gaming. At that moment time friberg joined the team temporarily. In May, peacemaker left Heroic because of his health problems.Several days later the same reason made RUBINO get to reserve team and another Norwegian player cromen joined the team. After friberg’s performances for Heroic, the organization signed the Swedish esportsman on a regular basis. At the end of May, RUBINO reported about his return to the team while cromen ended his collaboration with Heroic. A month later RUBINO got to the reverse team again and his place was taken by AcilioN. In July, Heroic signed a contract with AcilioN, according to which the Danish became a regular player and RUBINO broke free from his obligations to the organization. In August, mertz replaced niko as a player leased from North. In the same month Heroic reported that naSu would become a temporary coach of the team. In September, niko returned to Heroic and got inactive. Right after his comeback, the organization reported about signing mertz and niko left for OpTic Gaming. In November, Heroic sent naSu to the reserve and the coach of the team became peacemaker during TOYOTA Masters CS:GO Bangkok 2018 as he had collaborated with Heroic some time before.

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Bookmakers

Ongoing CS:GO events


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$500,000
Prize Pool

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$150,000
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Upcoming CS:GO events


Date
$100,000
Prize Pool

Date
$500,000
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$300,000
Prize Pool

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TBA
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