Allan "Rejin" Petersen has confirmed to HLTV.org that he has decided to give it another go with the former CPLAY squad.
Petersen decided to call time on the project in late January after the team had failed to impress since losing Andreas "Xyp9x" Hojsleth to fnatic.
He later joined logiX for HKLAN, helping them to a 5th/6th-place finish in the tournament, but ended up not joining them on a permanent basis, with the team completing their roster with ex-Anexis member Jonas "zanoj" Velling.
When Petersen pulled the plug on the team, he admitted to having grown tired of the players' lack of commitment, but he has now decided to create a new team with the same players with a view to competing at Copenhagen Games.
The only change to the team is the addition of former Anexis stand-in Frederik "zn0pe" Larsen, who replaces fm-eSports TOXiC's Danni "smF" Dyg.
"After we disbanded the team, we went our separate ways," Petersen told HLTV.org. "But after some weeks, we realised that it was a bad call, but one that seemed right at the time.
"We have figured things out now and are back stronger than ever. I hope we will be able to achieve some good results in the near future.
"We are searching for a sponsor to Copenhagen Games and maybe a long-term stay in an organisation. We can be contacted at Allan@v30.dk."
The Danish team, who will go under the provisional name Pumperne, will make their first appearance at Copenhagen Games later this month, where they will lock horns with some of the world's strongest sides.
"Since we all know each other, we have a lot of things going on already," Petersen added. "We will go for some old tactics, as well as some new ones.
"Right now, we are not going for the gold, but surely after a while we will be back competing on an international level."
Pumperne have the following lineup:
Allan "Rejin" Petersen
Ian "ANKK" Møller
Kevin "KSkevin" Svenningsen
Kasper "KeR" Ronicke
Frederik "zn0pe" Larsen