Team Dignitas have announced that they have completed the signing of über G33KZ.
The Danish team had been without an organisation for the last two months after parting company with Copenhagen Wolves in December as negotiations over the 2014's contract broke down.
At the turn of the year, über G33KZ made headlines when they cut all ties with Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen and replaced the Danish AWPer with with René "cajunb" Borg, who at the time was in n!faculty.
With only a few weeks left before Copenhagen Games and EMS One Katowice, the Danish giants have now been given a major boost as they have been picked up by Team Dignitas, who have been without a CS:GO team since August.
This is also the first time that dignitas, a UK-based organisation, will bet on a foreign CS:GO team.
"We are extremely proud to announce that from this day forth we will be representing Team Dignitas," team captain Henrik "FeTiSh" Christensen said.
"After a few months of searching we found that the Team Dignitas offer met all of our requirements and we can now start looking to improve our game, and hopefully do some more damage at the international events during 2014!"
Meanwhile, Dignitas have announced that Steffen "3k2" Markussen, a former member of the team when they were in CPH Wolves, has been brought in as coach.
Dignitas' first event will come in a just a few days' time as the team will take part in DreamHack's $10,000 invitation, where NiP, Titan and fnatic will also be in attendance.
Dignitas now have:
Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth
Nicolai "device" Reedtz
Henrik "FeTiSh" Christensen
Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen
René "cajunb" Borg