Our CS:GO team is currently on its way to Copenhagen, where it will be taking part in an event with a long tradition in the e-sports world, Copenhagen Games. Thirty-two teams from all over Europe will pit their wits in this CS:GO tournament, which will have €26,000 on offer.
The qualifier for this tournament is currently taking place, which means that our players will only know their group opponents tomorrow morning, when the draw takes places. Still, team captain Paweł “innocent” Mocek remains confident about a good campaign after disappointing showings at Gfinity Spring Masters, last month.
“After really sloppy performance at Gfinity Masters, in London, we decided to let rallen lead us in game. We have been practicing this style for about ten days, and it has worked out really well so far. If we can keep this up during CPH Games I expect us to at least reach the semi-finals. I really like to believe that we have drawn conclusions from the previous event and that we will enter this tournament in top form.”