Cph Wolves win Gaming.dk League 6

MIRAA
May 10th, 2013 18:58

Copenhagen Wolves won the Gaming.dk League 6, powered by SteelSeries, following a 2-0 victory over Western Wolves in the final.

Held under the wings of The Blast, whose main CS:GO tournament will kick off on Friday evening, the Gaming.dk Finals threw together the top four teams of the regular season, who contested the first prize of €1,600.

On Thursday, only the semi-finals were played, with Cph Wolves easing past eSpuma 2-0, while Western Wolves came from behind to defeat fnatic 2-1 in a closely-contested match.

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With Sebastian "izenb0" Riising still settling in Western Wolves, the Mad Catz Vienna runners-up fell short against Cph Wolves, who picked up 16-12 and 16-11 victories on de_dust2_se and de_inferno_se, respectively, to win their first tournament with the new lineup.

In the 3rd-4th place decider, fnatic defeated eSpuma with a 2-0 scoreline, but it was little consolation for Andreas "MODDII" Fridh's men, who will have to play a lot better if they plan on winning The Blast's trophy.

Gaming.dk League 6 Final Standings:

1. Denmark Copenhagen Wolves - €1,600
2. Denmark Western Wolves - €670
3. Denmark fnatic - €335
4.
Denmark eSpuma - €135

n1ce! :)
2013-05-10 18:59
#2
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World breezy0 
gj
2013-05-10 18:59
Congratulations :)
2013-05-10 19:01
#4
United Kingdom grund 
Was this on LAN?
2013-05-10 19:02
yes
2013-05-10 19:02
#9
United Kingdom grund 
So Cph beat WW on LAN now!!?
2013-05-10 19:05
Yes.
2013-05-10 19:10
Why ask, when it's allready been told to you, god damn.
2013-05-10 19:21
#31
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Denmark kozality 
Well, Western Wolves is just a mix right now - not too much of a big deal :D
2013-05-10 20:06
#89
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United States MadCl0wN 
+1
2013-05-11 06:48
CPH Wolves new top Denmark?
2013-05-10 19:02
it also means top5 world? :D
2013-05-10 19:04
No, shit sherlock.
2013-05-10 19:19
wolves win :p
2013-05-10 19:03
poor fnatic
2013-05-10 19:11
#97
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Denmark kozality 
It's going to be a lot harder today, when MODDII just drank himself so fucking wasted yesterday :D
2013-05-11 09:44
#12
dUdLeY | 
United Kingdom dUdLeY 
hard to say now who is (1. 2. 3. ) in denmark atm.
2013-05-10 19:13
obviously cph wolves no.1 atm. They are beating all other danish teams online and offline.
2013-05-10 19:22
what is so hard ? WW is beating fnatic with some stand in on lan , WW have some really good achievements so far unlike fnatic, and CPH wolves beat them all ...
2013-05-10 19:42
#98
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Denmark kozality 
1. Western Wolves 2. Copenhagen Wolves 3. Fnatic
2013-05-11 09:45
sourcers suck now too?
2013-05-10 19:15
#20
Denmark uaW 
Both teams are sourcers?!+1++1+
2013-05-10 19:25
#23
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Denmark Sander 
CPH players are from source??
2013-05-10 19:31
1. CPH Wolves (All source) 2. Western Wolves (All source) 3. Fnatic (1.6 noobs + stinger)
2013-05-10 19:59
they talk about saurcers but there are more teams with more quality from source
2013-05-10 20:00
agree, in the danish scene atleast.
2013-05-10 20:05
#33
Denmark MSAA 
I suppose that you are Danish, but how come, that you are calling fnatic 1.6 noobs?
2013-05-10 20:07
talk more bullshit idiot
2013-05-10 20:30
Hum? He's accurate, both cph and ww are all from source. I know HLTV.org users like to pretend like 1.6ers are some gods, but besides NiP and VP the saucers generally have more high level teams.
2013-05-11 01:25
#90
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United States MadCl0wN 
ya ya and you no brain =))
2013-05-11 06:49
mad wanpointsixer
2013-05-11 14:39
stronk
2013-05-10 19:18
The news is not linked to the event. Also, where did the Gaming.dk finals take place ?
2013-05-10 19:19
@ The Blast #5 www.theblast.dk
2013-05-10 19:28
I know, but I meant which city ? I've seen Rødekro on the venue map, is it this one ?
2013-05-10 20:25
#55
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Denmark Sander 
Ya it is :)
2013-05-10 20:55
Thanks
2013-05-10 22:48
Espected.
2013-05-10 19:21
*expected
2013-05-11 12:06
thanks for the grammar correction my english writing is weak :)
2013-05-11 12:08
no prob.
2013-05-11 16:49
#21
United Kingdom Alth 
The players in CPH Wolves were always the cream of the crop in CS:S for Danish lineups, with some of the Western Wolves players a close second. They will continue to be a strong force in the scene, especially if Wantz reaches anywhere close to the skill level he held in CS:S. Was one of the absolute crispest riflers in the game for me, and without doubt the most erratic play style. Great to spectate.
2013-05-10 19:27
#49
Canada EgeS 
I agree, he had a style of his own and was fun to watch play.
2013-05-10 20:51
#83
United Kingdom Alth 
Hahaha, yeah he's really really awesome to watch. Most exciting player to spectate no doubt.
2013-05-11 02:38
Glad to see wantz back. The danish re1ease so good to watch.
2013-05-10 19:50
#26
Europe omga 
seems like saucers >>> 1.6-ers
2013-05-10 19:51
#32
Peru dbie 
its basically CS:Sauce 2 but still, NiP and VP are quite decent teams.
2013-05-10 20:06
"its basically CS:Sauce 2" no
2013-05-10 20:12
actually it is
2013-05-10 20:17
no
2013-05-10 20:35
waaaay closer to css than 1.6 atleast
2013-05-10 20:31
source engine, it obviously has more similarities.
2013-05-10 20:36
which means css players have an easier time adapting to csgo, especially the first months of the game being out.
2013-05-10 20:40
And now it has been out for 9months so no one has an excuse now.
2013-05-10 20:43
Getting a huge headstart the first 3 months of the game (+/-) since many 1.6ers except nip waited a month or two to actually begin csgo (especially fnatic) means alot. So yes, some teams still has an excuse.
2013-05-10 20:46
Well, Na'vi told in an interview that they play 10hours a day so I don't know if that's a good excuse.
2013-05-10 20:52
I never mentioned NaVi. And even if that was the case for all teams, whos to say CPH Wolves or any other CSS teams doesnt play 10 hours a day? Wouldnt make a difference.
2013-05-10 20:55
Well first of all you said teams who started later, I mentioned Na'vi in that ocassion because they started later than a lot of teams, they play 10hours a day and still peform badly. CPH wolves are not making a living out of CSGO so I'm pretty sure they aren't playing as much as VG/NiP/Na'Vi. CPH wolves started very late, wantz and fetish switched like 2 months ago to CS:GO?
2013-05-10 20:59
I dont know when NaVi started, so I was not really referring to them. You actually just proved my point with your last statement. Its alot easier to adapt to CSGO for a CSS team, especially considering they started two months ago. So really no big difference it seems.
2013-05-10 21:04
Well it's easier to adapt, but it's not CS:Sauce 2 which is my point. I just say it's not an excuse that you come from 1.6 if you have played serveral months.
2013-05-10 21:07
It is not, but it has the same engine, same grenade physics, movement is more similar to css than 1.6, graphics, maps, etc I never said it was an excuse to come from 1.6 if you have played several months :) it is an excuse if you come from 1.6 in the beginning of the game (first few months), and especially if you started really late.
2013-05-10 21:11
I agree on the last note and that there are more similarities to CSS than cs 1.6. But movement, is on a whole different planet and recoil aswell, and imo those things plays the biggest factor in a game so CSS players doesn't have a advantage at that point.
2013-05-10 21:13
Perhaps not recoil, movement just seems a bit similar to CSS from when I played CSS (50 hours total), but cant really say for sure though. Its just from what I have experienced. Ofcourse its nowhere identical to CSS movement, but its still closer to CSS than 1.6 is what I meant.
2013-05-10 21:16
not at all xD. youtube.com/watch?v=8bmO2kKMg6g CSS: much better aircontrol, better bunny hop,slower acceleration, less ADADADA
2013-05-10 21:36
... its still closer to css movement than 1.6, that video doesnt change my opinion at all :D
2013-05-10 21:38
hmm maybe true but CSS movement > CS:GO
2013-05-10 21:40
tbh 1.6 and source movement is more similar than source and csgo
2013-05-10 21:40
+1
2013-05-10 21:41
Probably, yes.
2013-05-10 21:42
..like Cph, who started with CS:GO 6 months after everyone else .. or it's just a poor excuse :E
2013-05-10 20:56
Didnt know that, thats actually insane by them already competing at this level then.
2013-05-10 20:56
jesus, try playing css after playing csgo for a few months, you'll see how fucking different it is from csgo. even some of the 1.6 players admitted that to me when we played some CSS nightcup for laughs recently. switching from source is almost as difficult as switching from 1.6, anyone who disagrees with that is a braindead cretin who haven't played source for the last 24 months. that "3 months headstart" is plain wrong. you probably do have an advantage in like the first 50 hours of csgo because you're more used to the graphics etc, but 50hours is only 2 weeks, and i'm pretty fucking sure each of the 1.6 teams have more than 500 hours by now. ultimately every major aspect is different from source, the movement is different, the recoil is COMPLETELY different, the maps are different (except for inferno), the sounds are different etc. even the metagame is completely different because flashbangs are useless and teams with free playstyle like NiP or VP have an advantage over teams like VG who relied a LOT on popflashes and pixel-perfect smokes in source; also the AWP and deagle are far from being as good as in source so you can't rely as much on your awper as you did in source.
2013-05-10 21:03
tl;dr tbh bro, lol i looked at your post real quick tho, but nah 50 hours is too low grenade physics, css engine, movement (much more similar to css atleast), maps, graphics, etc. and actually, cph wolves proved my point that it is alot easier to adapt to csgo for css players than 1.6 players.. theyve been playing for two months lmao
2013-05-10 21:07
so they switched from source only 2 months ago (actually they didn't switch from anything, they were inactive for god knows how long, but anyway) and beat a source team that switched quite some time ago. that's supposed to prove some point. alright. at DH Winter 2011, a certain danish 1.6 team (friis karrigan trace moddii rytter) beat ESC with a quite comfortable score (16:7). fnatic only switched to csgo 10 days prior to the event and ESC had been playing it for more than 3 months. they also played 14:16 with mousesports (mx pt prb stinger rattlesnk), a well-known source team that started playing in august and practiced pretty hard 2 weeks prior to the event. at mad catz vienna, a certain ukrainian 1.6 team called Natus Vincere almost beat VeryGames, the score was 30:34 16:11 14:16. VeryGames were a team who placed 2nd at every event they attended and NaVi only started playing CSGO 2 months prior to this LAN. using your logic, it means that switching from 1.6 is actually easier than switching from source. "css engine" you obviously don't know what a game engine is... dota2 uses css engine, guess it means i have a huge of advantage over dota1 players lmao "movement (much more similar to css atleast)" source movement is as different from csgo movement as it is from 1.6 movement. the only real similarity in movement between csgo and source is the fact that you can WASDA. CSS has jumping penalty, doesn't have "knee-bent effect" (that's a huge factor in AWPing), has insanely slow crouching, bunnyhop, way smaller acceleration speed etc. "grenade physics" it's closer to source than 1.6, but it's not the same "maps" not even gonna bother with proving you that all the maps except for inferno are different from source, you obviously haven't played source so i couldn't be arsed. still, there's an undeniable fact that 1.6 teams lose to source teams on 1.6 maps.
2013-05-10 21:37
dude are you serious LOL
2013-05-10 21:39
He fucking destroyed you and your shitty argument. How about just admit you're wrong and creep away from this thread
2013-05-11 08:05
i have my opinion, i told him tl;dr on a semi-long reply yet and 5 minutes later he comes up with one that is the length of half this thread. not even gonna try dicussing with him, especially not after "you obviously don't know what a game engine is... dota2 uses css engine, guess it means i have a huge of advantage over dota1 players lmao" rofl his arguments is as bad as mine, so how exactly am i "destroyed"? wont make my opinion less true, especially not for me.
2013-05-11 08:28
He wrecked your points into threads and it happened for a reason: Your point sucked Lets look at what you said: and actually, cph wolves proved my point that it is alot easier to adapt to csgo for css players than 1.6 players.. theyve been playing for two months lmao To which he replied: at DH Winter 2011, a certain danish 1.6 team (friis karrigan trace moddii rytter) beat ESC with a quite comfortable score (16:7). fnatic only switched to csgo 10 days prior to the event and ESC had been playing it for more than 3 months. they also played 14:16 with mousesports (mx pt prb stinger rattlesnk), a well-known source team that started playing in august and practiced pretty hard 2 weeks prior to the event. at mad catz vienna, a certain ukrainian 1.6 team called Natus Vincere almost beat VeryGames, the score was 30:34 16:11 14:16. VeryGames were a team who placed 2nd at every event they attended and NaVi only started playing CSGO 2 months prior to this LAN. using your logic, it means that switching from 1.6 is actually easier than switching from source. Now it's quite obvious that you are wrong. Keep on walking
2013-05-11 09:00
yeah, you're right, the only thing i base my opinion on was that css has an easier time switching because cph wolves wrecked shit from the beginning.. no i didnt even start talking about that, a guy mentioned that shit to me. so it still wont make my opinion less true. keep on walking? what the fuck is that supposed to mean? are you kidding? dont even try to convince me that my opinion is untrue, it wont happen and theres nothing you can do about it. well yeah, you can keep on making replies with your wannabe e-thug sentences that doesnt make any fucking sense, or you could just stop and shut the fuck up. why does all you finnish people try so hard? first lurppis and now you?
2013-05-11 12:01
such fail ...
2013-05-11 17:03
???
2013-05-11 17:29
yes
2013-05-10 20:31
no
2013-05-10 20:35
why do people keep bringing that up... it's obvious to anyone with half a brain that it's wrong. i guess people just want to find an excuse, they can't believe that NaVi/ESC/fnatic are simply not good enough compared to most of the source teams. i've just played three CSS pugs for the first time in 9 months and it was so different it's unbelievable. the movement is different, the recoil is NOTHING like csgo, every map except for inferno is different from source, i couldn't understand where the footsteps come from etc.
2013-05-10 20:30
#82
Peru dbie 
lol'd ESC and Na'Vi were raping the NiP players in 1.6 and NiP is by far the best in GO, only followed by Virtus Pro (a full 1.6 team) you are obviously a butthurt saucer who refuses to see the truth
2013-05-11 02:35
lmao, what a poor excuse. VG were raping teams like WW alternate LDLC etc in source, even taking 10 rounds off VG was something very few teams were actually capable of, however in this game VG find themselves losing to WW 4:16, playing overtimes with fmtoxic, losing to ALTERNATE online and drawing with them on lan etc. how does that fit into your logic sherlock? also virtus haven't really beaten anyone bar nip so to say they're above everyone else is just wishful thinking... nip's playstyle suits vp very good, only a cretin can't see it, they almost lost to navi on the same lan they beat nip LOL. they also played 2:2 on maps with WW @ CPH, lost to LDLC recently and that's just off the top of my head.
2013-05-11 04:41
#88
Peru dbie 
there's no logic in CS:Sauce, you know why? because it is and will always be a random game made for pub players that no one took seriously. sadly, the same can be said about GO to a certain extend.
2013-05-11 04:57
lmao, you've just made my day. a badpointsixer being mad about the fact that some of the best teams deadpointsix has ever seen can't even make it to top8 of CSGO. deal with it boy, the skill ceiling in css was so much higher than in deadpointsix, the simple fact that there's only one pure badpointsix team in top5 of csgo really says it all.
2013-05-11 06:59
hahah, thats why NiP rapes everyone and VP is the only team that can win against NiP. nice arguments, I see why CSS didn't have 1/10 of the money 1.6 had.
2013-05-11 15:40
"NiP rapes everyone" nip is the only 1.6 team that picked source players, it's also the only team that's raping everyone. coincidence? i think not. "VP is the only team that can win against NiP." yea they're the only team to beat nip on lan as of yet, fair play to them, but in order to be above everyone else they shouldn't lose to anyone but nip. esc and navi beat nip online, but they're still not even in top5. "I see why CSS didn't have 1/10 of the money 1.6 had." thanks for reminding me of another good point. css players never played for money, they played because they enjoyed the game and the competition. no wonder they turned out to be better players than 1.6ers who only played because they were paid for it.
2013-05-11 18:33
haha, I loled.
2013-05-11 20:26
also, gotta love the butthurt part. pure gold.
2013-05-11 04:45
#53
United Kingdom Alth 
If you think this game is anywhere close to CS:S, bar a few of the map layouts, you are sorely mistaken.
2013-05-10 20:55
#84
Peru dbie 
hah hah
2013-05-11 03:22
NiP / VP .... nuff said
2013-05-10 20:14
youtube.com/watch?v=y1x_jq1YTBA gggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg
2013-05-10 20:00
gj
2013-05-10 20:54
they deserve it top danish team .
2013-05-10 21:42
gj
2013-05-10 22:01
D:
2013-05-10 22:02
#76
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Denmark Sander 
I don't get it... Why do people keep discussing source vs. 1.6?? it's GO, just forget about where players came from before. You have almost done it for 1 year now, just stop it..
2013-05-10 22:16
stfu saucer!
2013-05-11 01:11
#96
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Denmark Sander 
:DDD
2013-05-11 09:13
You heard him, you neutral bastard! :)
2013-05-12 00:40
expected, congratz.
2013-05-11 10:23
awesome and expected
2013-05-11 14:54
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