Renegades team of CS:GO
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Events with Renegades
The CS:GO tournament for $500,000, that will take place in Shanghai, China.
The first CS:GO Major tournament in 2019.
The final of the yearly league ESL Pro League Season 7.
Tournament with $250,000 prize pool
The tournament of Masters from DreamHack which will take place in Marseille, France.
The fifth season of the CS:GO league that is organized by the company ECS.
A large tournament with the prize pool in the sum of $500,000.
The North American CS:GO league
Tournament for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams, which will be held on computer festival DreamHack in Oakland.
Tournament for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $150,000 prize pool.
Regular league from ESL for Tier-1, Tier-2 and Tier-3 teams with $125,000 prize pool
Major league for Tier-1 and Tier-1 teams with $1,000,000 prize pool
Major tournament for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $250,000 prize pool
Offline Qualifier for best teams of Minor-championships and teams, wich take held 9-16 place in The ELEAGUE Major 2017.
Asia Minor Championship 2017 — Krakow is the tournament with the best teams from Asian division.
Quialifier for North American teams on ESL One Cologne 2017.
Regular league from FaceIt with 4 spots to ECS Season 3 Finals with $660,000 prize pool.
First major australian tournament from ESL with $200,000 prize pool. Most participants is Tier-1 teams.
Major tournament from DreamHack for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $450,000 prize pool.
Major tournament with biggest prize pool ever from Turner Sports and WME|IMG for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $1,400,000 prize pool.
Recent news Renegades
The esports organization Misfits was created in March, which made a rebranding in June and was called Renegades. That month, the former five from Vox Eminor were signed. It included such players as AZR, jks, yam, SPUNJ, and Havoc. The second place at RGN Pro Series 2015 where the Australians were not able to beat Cloud9 in the final and earned a money prize in the sum of $8,000 can be called Renegades’ best result in 2015.
In February, USTILO replaced Havoc on the main roster of Renegades. Havoc continued being in the team as a stand-in. Havoc received an offer from Legacy eSports later that month and as a result, moved to the other team. The Australian caster peekay joined the team as a coach in April. In June, SPUNJ had announced the end of his career as a player and is famous in the world of the competitive CS:GO as a recognizable caster since then. A month later, Rickeh from Team Immunity was taken on his position. In July, the team achieved its best result in a year, having placed 9th-10th at ELEAGUE Season 1.
Kassad replaced peekay on a position of a coach in January. Rickeh was benched in February and his position was held by the former player of qwerty, atter, during DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017 and ESL Pro League. Rickeh left Renegades in March and continued his career in Counter Logic Gaming. Yam left the team that month and his place was taken by Nifty from Selfless Gaming. In April, Renegades finished assembling its new roster, having added nexa. Jayzwalkingz joined the team instead of nexa as a player on a trial period four months later. In September, NAF moved to Renegades from OpTic Gaming. Renegades earned their first trophy at a large tournament two months later, having become the champions of StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 2. This achievement is still the biggest one for the Australians.
In February, NAF left Renegades to continue his career in Team Liquid and jkaem came on his place. Renegades’ and kassad’s ways separated in May. A month later, Ryu became a coach of Renegades on a trial basis. Ryu left Renegades and Nifty moved to Team Envy in September. That month, USTILO was revealed from a player’s duty, liazz and Gratisfaction joined the roster. In October, kassad returned to the team as a coach. The victory at Asia Minor Championship - London 2018 is Renegades’ biggest achievement in 2018.