Heroic CS2 (CS:GO) team
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The most important information about a team is its performance statistics. So it is worth to check the key performance indicators of Heroic.
Game statistics of Heroic in the last matches:
The number of victories in the last 5 matches: 3 (60%).
The number of matches, which were played by Heroic in the past 3 months - 14. Also, the number of won matches - 10, which amounted 72%.
The number of matches, which were played by Heroic in the past year - 76. Also, the number of won matches - 52, which amounted 69%.
All fans of the team Heroic should remember the following date - 13.12.2023. At this time, Heroic will face in the match with FaZe Clan at the championship BLAST Premier World Final 2023.
The tournament BLAST Premier Fall Final 2023 was a place for the last match of Heroic. At the above-mentioned event, Heroic played a match against the team Cloud9, which was carried out on 24.11.2023.
This match was over with the confident victory of the team Cloud9 with a score of 2:0.
Considering the statistics of victories in the last 5 matches - 3 victory(victories) (60%), we can say that Heroic are far from their maximal gaming shape.
Esports news Heroic
Heroic is a Danish organization that is most known by its Counter-Strike subdivision. The tag Heroic appeared on the competitive stage in 2013, however, the club was officially introduced only in 2016.
Let us walk you through the story of Heroic CS:GO roster.
As it has already been mentioned, Heroic was first spotted in 2013. Then the tag was used by the Danish roster device, and by other mixes a bit later. Officially the club was created by former members of Team X in 2016. The first roster of the organization was made up by:
This roster debuted as Heroic on the esports arena. In August 2016, the roster won Power-LAN 2016, however, there was a stagnant period for the players.
Heroic tried to do their best on numerous occasions at international tournaments, however, the odds were against the Danish players. They took 5-6 place at DreamHack Open Bucharest 2016, 12 at ESL Pro League Season 4 – Europe, and 9-16 at eSports World Convention. Such performances led the team to gla1ve’s replacement in October 2016. His slot was taken by niko.
In the renewed roster Heroic successfully completed the year taking first place at International Gaming League 2016 – Grand Finals.
Nevertheless, in 2017 such results became a rarity. Heroic spent almost all the following year looking for an optimal roster.
Search for an Optimal Roster
The following year almost immediately started with changes for Heroic. In January, the team lost Friis who was further replaced by cadiaN.
In February, the reshuffles went on. The roster completer JUGI. The renewed roster of Heroic managed to surprise everyone taking 3-4 place at Intel Extreme Masters XI – World Championship. However, this was the end for good results in 2017.
Till the end of the year the roster went through lots of changes. In May, valde got benched, and in June, es3tag joined the team.
At the end of the year the roster took peacemaker for a trial. Later his contract was extended to 12 months.
Unfortunately, constant reshuffles would remain with Heroic in 2018 too. However, in the following season the changes in the roster would accompany the team at several prestigious tournaments.
The year started with a victory at the qualifiers for IEM XII – World Championship in the European region.
Later Heroic took fourth place at cs_summit 2, however, in February the players failed at the s-ranked championship. Heroic took 9-11 place at StarLadder & i-League StarSeries Season 4 and 9-12 at Intel Extreme Masters XII – World Championship. After these performances, es3tag was replaced by RUBINO.
In March, Heroic announced that JUGi would turn inactive due to personal reasons. In April, JUGi left the team for good and his slot was taken by friberg.
Active reshuffles continued until September 2018. In September, after a long unstable period, Heroic roster won the Gamers Clash Masters 2018. The players were:
And two months later Heroic won TOYOTA Master CS:GO Bangkok 2018.
Even though 2018 turned out all right for Heroic, at the beginning of 2019 the Danish club went back to the start when they continued looking for an optimal roster. In January, MODDII got benched and his slot was soon taken by blameF. They managed to make it all the way without changes to March 2019.
Constant failures at the championships and unsatisfactory results of their performance at the qualifying tournaments made the management of the club change the roster again. In March, AcilioN’s slot was given to stavn. The renewed Heroic roster passed the first test with brilliant results. The team became the champion of GG.Bet Sydney Invitational.
However, after a short clear period, the sky over their heads got cloudy again. Heroic failed Intel Extreme Masters XIV – Sydney, taking 13-16 place, ESL Pro League Season 9 – Europe with 7-8 place, ESL Pro League Season 9 – Finals and their 7-8 place at ESL One Cologne 2019 with 7-8 place, and also Intel Extreme Masters XIV – Chicago, finishing with 5-6 place.
The roster got altered again in August. At first, the club dismissed NaToSaphiX, and a week later they lost Friberg. Their slots were taken by b0RUP and Snappi. However, the results of the renewed roster were not different from the previous attempts to climb the top of the European and worldwide Counter-Strike.
In September the headliner of the team left his teammates, and cadiaN started playing for the team.
At the end of 2019, Heroic finally managed to show a worthy performance. In November, the players took first place at DreamHack Open Atlanta 2019, and in December, the gamers took 3-4 place at EPICENTER 2019.
2020 started with breaking news: FunPlus Phoenix wanted to buy Heroic. However, the clubs were not to close the deal, and the five players returned to Heroic. After the return, es3tag and Snappi moved to the bench. TeSeS and niko stepped into their shoes.
In the middle of the year, Heroic demonstrated rather successful results. From May to August, they won a series of major tournament including #HomeSweetHome: Week 5, LOOT.BET/CS Season 6, and ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online – Europe. In October, they consolidated success with a victory at DreamHack Open Fall 2020.
Organization and Awards
The CEO post is taken by Erik Askered. The manager of the roster is Nicolai Hansen, and the captain band is put on cadiaN’s arm.
Heroic collaborated with several renowned brands like Render, SteelSeries, and GG.BET.
Since the CS:GO subdivision was created, the roster has made over $1,100,000 of grabs for the organization.