Wolves release CS:GO team

Copenhagen Wolves hereby wishes to announce the closing the our Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Division with immediate effect. After a turbulent period with mixes results and an ever changing rotation of players, the decision has been made to throw in the towel and disband the division.

The former captain, Nicolai “Hunden” Petersen had the following to say about the situation:

“It is with tears in my eyes i have to tell you that Copenhagen Wolves CS:GO Division will not be rebuilt. With Michael “Friis” Friis getting released from his contract and Mathias “MSL” Lauridsen sold to Team Dignitas, it was left to  Acilion, SMF and me to rebuild. We have tried many players lately and after ESL Pro League Finals, Danni “SMF” Dyg decided to stop playing leaving me and Acilion with a daunting task that was too much to handle.

I would like to thank everyone behind Copenhagen Wolves, and their awesome sponsors for making this possible in the first place. In regards to the future it’s still unclear what will happen whether or not me and AcilioN will continue to play together only time can tell”

The following statement has been issued by our CEO, Jakob Lund Kristensen:

Today we announce the disbanding of our Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Division after a period of mixed results and roster changes. This decision was made mutually among myself and the remaining players who I must say have been exceptionally professional and dedicated through these hard times. We wish them nothing but the best of luck in their future and will once again start scouting the market for potential teams as our venture in CS:GO is far from over.