H2k Gaming have announced their return under a new management and with the acquisition of Temp.no's CS:GO team.
After a brief comeback in late 2012 with a CS:GO team who included players like André "keiz" Carlsson and Joel "emilio" Mako, H2k are now based in Norway and owned by Stefan "FI9SHER" Stefansson.
The new H2k management put faith in Norwegian talent and sent out a strong message today by securing the services of Temp.no, who finished 9th-12th at Copenhagen Games in March.
Temp.no cENTRYZ and Leffa
Temp.no have finally found a home
Jon Thomas "DaY" Rudstrøm's team, who sit at the top of the Invite Norge league, with four victories from as many games, recently made headlines when they replaced Thomas "MobY" Guttormsen with former Anexis member Preben "prb" Gammelsæter.
"After the performance at Copenhagen Games we got some offers from different organisations, but we didn't feel like it was something we were looking for" Eivind "Leffa" Johan Fasting told H2k's website.
"When the guys in H2k contacted us, they seemed serious and commited, and it feels very good to be a part of something Norwegian!
"With them in the back we can finally compete in more international events, and keep up the good progress we have had over the last months.
"We would like to thank H2k-Gaming for the opportunity, and we are looking forward to represent them from now on."
H2k Gaming's CS:GO division consists of the following players:
Jon Thomas "DaY" Rudstrøm
Martin "cENTRYZ" Brandal
Pål "Polly" Kammen
Eivind "Leffa" Johan Fasting
Preben "prb" Gammelsæter