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LDLC team of CS:GO

LDLC Line-up

matHEND - player of LDLC
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matHEND
Matthieu Roquigny
xms - player of LDLC
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xms
Alexandre Forté
to1nou - player of LDLC
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to1nou
Antoine Pirard
Devoduvek - player of LDLC
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Devoduvek
David Dobrosavljevic
Last 5 games
20% Wins
80% Losses
Last 10 games
20% Wins
80% Losses
Last month
17% Wins
83% Losses
Last year
53% Wins
47% Losses

Events with LDLC

Upcoming events

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Prize Pool: $113,000
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Prize Pool: 4 spots in MDL Season 31
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Prize Pool: 4 spots in Closed Qualifier
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Prize Pool: $35,000 USD

Past events

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Prize Pool: $25,000 USD
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Prize Pool: 2 spots in Closed Qualifier

The open qualifiers in Europe are hosted online on January 30-31. The top two participants will advance from Open Qualifier #1 to the close qualifying round.

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Prize Pool: 1 spot at StarSeries i-League Season 7
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Prize Pool: $2,500 + 2 Spots at S29 Global Challenge
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Prize Pool: $45,000 USD
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Prize Pool: $5,000 USD
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Prize Pool: 3 spots at LAN Finals
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Prize Pool: $10,000 USD
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Prize Pool: $10,000 USD
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Prize Pool: $54,000 USD
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Prize Pool: $20,000 + 1 spot at Grand Finals
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Prize Pool: $10,000 USD
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Prize Pool: $10,000 USD
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Prize Pool: $10,000 USD
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Prize Pool: $10,000 USD
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Prize Pool: 2 spots at Closed Qualifier
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Prize Pool: $125,000

The European CS:GO league

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Prize Pool: $15,000
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Prize Pool: 1 spot at IEM Katowice 2018
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Prize Pool: $59 000
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Prize Pool: 2 spots to ECS Season 4 Promotion
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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

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Prize Pool: $28,000

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

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Prize Pool: $50,000

Regular tournament for the best teams of ESEA Premier League #23 with $50,000 prize pool.

In brief:

2013

LDLC entered the esports CS:GO scene on January 13, having signed the ex-roster of Team eXtensive!, which consisted of Happy, Maniac, apEX, MaT, and atLaNtis. Later. Sf changed MaT and kennyS held atLaNtis’ position. In August, LDLC disbanded its team as the 3rd-4th place at DreamHack Summer 2013 was the team’s only achievement. LDLC earned a money prize in the sum of $3,850 for this result.

2014

On February 2, LDLC announced the French roster, which included Happy, Uzzziii, Maniac, apEX, and KQLY. The team placed first at DreamHack Valencia 2014 in July, having beaten Epsilon eSports with a score 2-1 in the final. In September, the team disbanded and Happy together with NBK-, shox, kioShiMa, and SmithZz created Mercenary. Two days later, Mercenary joined LDLC and achieved victory at SLTV StarSeries X, Hitbox Arena Championship III, and DreamHack Winter 2014 during two months.

2015

The team prevailed at FACEIT G2A.com I Europe and MLG Aspen Invitational 2015 in January and the CS:GO roster was sold to the organization Team EnVyUs in February.

At the end of February and at the beginning of March, LDLC signed two rosters: Awsomniac and Platinium. They were renamed into LDLC White and LDLC Blue, respectively.

2016

LDLC announced the end of its partnership with two CS:GO rosters in April due to the absence of impressive results and signed the new five two weeks later. In 2016, the French managed to compete in many championships, however, only two achievements can be somehow called good: the victory at ESL Championnat National - Summer 2016 and the second place at eSports World Convention 2016. The team earned ~$5,750 for the victory at ESL Championnat and $15,000 for the second place at eSports World Convention.

2017

In February, LDLC announced the update of its roster, which would perform at ESL Pro League, it was joined by two new players: Maniac and xms. During the whole year, the CS:GO roster’s total earnings didn’t amount more than $70,000 and the victory at Esports World Convention 2017 - Paris Games Week became the French’s best achievement in the year. The players of LDLC received a money prize in the sum of ~$29,100 for the first place at the event.

2018

The French organization announced the replacements on its roster at the beginning of the year. Krav moved from the position of a coach to the position of an analyst and Ozstrik3r became the team’s coach. LDLC added three players in February and March: logaN, AmaNek, and devoduvek. They replaced Ex6TenZ and DEVIL, who had left, and Maniac, who finished his career.

In 2018, LDLC became the champions of such events as PMU Challenge 2018, Fusion.bet Masters II, ESL Pro European Championship 2018, and ESL Championnat National - Winter 2018. In November, LDLC entered the top 20 best CS:GO rosters by HLTV.org, having placed 12th in the world rate.

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