TeSeS joins Heroic
The 19-year-old's addition brings the Heroic roster to four players, with the Danish organisation expected to announce the final piece in their jigsaw in the coming days after recently benching Marco "Snappi" Pfeiffer and Astralis-bound Patrick "es3tag" Hansen.
TeSeS plied his trade for teams like Reason and Squared before rising to prominence in the summer of 2019, when he stepped in for OpTic. He won DreamHack Open Summer and attended ESL One New York and DreamHack Masters Malmö with the team before OpTic were forced to shut down the project after being acquired by the Immortals Gaming Club (IGC), the parent company of MIBR.
He went on to sign for Copenhagen Flames, with whom he enhanced his credentials as one of the rising talents in Denmark. Most recently, he competed in the first edition of Flashpoint, putting up solid numbers (1.11 rating, 1.30 Impact and 86.7 ADR) despite the team finishing in last place in the global standings.
"It's a big step for me and my career and it feels great taking it with this roster."
According to a recent report from DBLTAP, the final slot in Heroic is expected to be filled by Nikolaj "niko" Kristensen, who has been without a team since the disbandment of the OpTic squad. The 21-year-old donned Heroic's colors between 2016 and 2018 before going on to play for North, Rogue and OpTic.
With this addition, Heroic now have:
Frederik "LOMME" Nielsen (coach)