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North team of CS:GO

North Line-up

Kjaerbye - player of North
+16 -18
Kjaerbye
Markus Kjærbye
aizy - player of North
+34 -40
aizy
Philip Aistrup
JUGi - player of North
+4 -6
JUGi
Jakob Hansen
valde - player of North
+6 -3
valde
Valdemar Bjørn Vangså
gade - player of North
+5 -7
gade
Nicklas Gade
Last 5 games
60% Wins
40% Losses
Last 10 games
60% Wins
40% Losses
Last month
59% Wins
41% Losses
Last year
62% Wins
38% Losses

Events with North

Upcoming events

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Prize Pool: $50,000 + 2 spots at StarLadder Major 2019

Past events

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Prize Pool: $600,000

One of the largest yearly CS:GO tournaments.

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Prize Pool: $500,000

The LAN final of the seventh season of Esports Championship Series with a prize pool of $500,000 taking place in London.

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Prize Pool: $250,000
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Prize Pool: 2 spots at ESL One Cologne
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Prize Pool: $500,000

The CS:GO tournament for $500,000, that will take place in Shanghai, China.

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Prize Pool: $25,000 USD
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Prize Pool: 1 spot at IEM Sydney

The closed qualifiers in Europe are hosted online on February 6-8. The only one participant will advance to LAN-final.

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Prize Pool: $50,000 USD
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Prize Pool: 2 spots at IEM Katowice 2019
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Prize Pool: $50,000 + 2 spots at IEM Katowice
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Prize Pool: $750,000
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Prize Pool: TBA
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Prize Pool: $250,000
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Prize Pool: $300,000
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Prize Pool: $45,000 USD
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Prize Pool: 7 Spots at LAN-Finals
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Prize Pool: 8 spots at FACEIT Major 2018
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Prize Pool: $250,000
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Prize Pool: 2 spots at IEM Chicago
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Prize Pool: $100,000
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Prize Pool: $300,000
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Prize Pool: 1 spot at ESL One New York
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Prize Pool: $100,000
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Prize Pool: $300,000 USD
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Prize Pool: $100,000

The championship with the prize pool of $100,000 will take part in France.

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Prize Pool: $100,000 and 1 spot to StarLadder Series Season 5
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Prize Pool: $500,000

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

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Prize Pool: $125,000

The European CS:GO league

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Prize Pool: $150,000
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Prize Pool: 4 spots at IEM Katowice
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Prize Pool: $1,000,000

ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 is the first Major tournament in 2018

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Prize Pool: $750,000

ESL Pro League Season 6 Finals — the LAN final of the sixth season of ESL Pro League

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Prize Pool: $250,000

BLAST Pro Series — one of the biggest Danish tournaments of 2017

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Prize Pool: $500,000

Major tournament for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $500,000 prize pool.

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Prize Pool: $1,000,000

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

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Prize Pool: $250,000

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

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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: $1,000,000

PGL Major Krakow 2017 is the biggest summer tournament in CS:GO discipline awaited by all the representatives of CS:GO community.

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Prize Pool: $250,000

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

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Prize Pool: $200,000

First major australian tournament from ESL with $200,000 prize pool. Most participants is Tier-1 teams.

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Prize Pool: $750,000

A major tournament from ESL for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams who finished EU and NA regular league with 1st-6th place.

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Prize Pool: $300,000

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

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Prize Pool: $1,000,000

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

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Prize Pool: $450,000

Major tournament from DreamHack for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $450,000 prize pool.

In brief:

2017

On 3 January 2017 Football Club Copenhagen and Danish studio Nordisk Film reported about creation of the eSports organisation which was called North. There were such esportsmen as Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke, Rene “cajunb” Borg, Mathias “MSL” Lauridsen, Emil “Magisk” Reif, Ruben “RUBINO” Villaroel and Casper “ruggah” Due, the coach of the collective in the first roster. In a month, the team understood that the roster needed some changes, so Philip “aizy” Aistrup, representing the tag North even now, replaced RUBINO. We should mark that that MSL also was a part of the active roster since founding of North to 27 September 2018.

During five months the team could t achieve any results, taking the 3-4 and 5-8 places at various tournaments. In the middle of May North showed a good game and became the best team in the European division of ESL Pro League Season 5. Later, on 4 June at the LAN finalists of League Season 5, North took the second place and got a money reward of $100,000. Before that moment the sum of prize money had been equal to $85,000, and the achievement at EPL #5 Finals brought them two times more than for the whole period of their participation in the tournaments. Later North took part in Krakow Major tournament and got the 5-8 place there. September 2017 became a significant month for North. On 3 September they got the second place at DreamHack Masters Malmö 2017 and got a money reward of $50,000, and in a week they became champions for the first time winning DreamHack Open Montreal 2017. An interesting fact is that the money reward for winning the event was the same as the prize last year when North became vice-champions. During next eight months, North couldn't win any tournament and that resulted in many changes in the roster.

2018

At the end of January, OpTic Gaming took ex-coach of North ruggagh in their team and at the beginning of February k0nfig and cajunb joined the roster. At this period North leased mertz from Heroic. In February, “Kjaeybye” Kjaerbye left Astralis and joined North. The new roster showed good results in 3 months. At DreamHack Open Tours 2018, North became champions for the second time and got $50,000 for this achievement. In several months they won a DreamHack championship held in Valencia for the third time, and got the same money reward of $50,000. At the beginning of September North participated in DreamHack Masters Stockholm 2018, where the prize pool was $250,000 and became the champions reaching a new level of victories. This time the money prize was $100,000. At the next championship, FACEIT Major: London 2018, North couldn't meet the expectations and performed poorly taking the 17-19 place there and left the tournament at the initial stage having nothing. Due to the bad results, the management of North decided to have some changes in the CS:GO roster. On 27 September, the most experienced player of North and in-game leader MSL left the active roster getting inactive. Besides, temporary player niko was expelled from the team. Instead of them, cadiaN and gade were taken on board.

Bookmakers

Upcoming CS:GO events


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$300,000
Prize Pool

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$250,000
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$1,000,000
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$250,000
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$100,000
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$100,000
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$100,000
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