The story of Kinguin, the first international superteam

Five years ago, Kinguin defied convention by signing an unusual cast of players. We spoke to some of those who have played a part in the creation of the team, who helped to usher in a new era in Counter-Strike.

Mikail "⁠Maikelele⁠" Bill is thinking back to the creation of Team Kinguin and how different the scene was at the time. In 2015, international rosters were practically unheard of. "I hope that people can see it as a good thing and understand how it was at the beginning," he tells HLTV.org. "If you're joining the scene today you don’t understand the beginning of FaZe Clan."

It has now been five years since the creation of Team Kinguin, a project that laid the foundations for a revolution in competitive Counter-Strike. While hugely popular in several other esports titles, international rosters were still a rare sight in CS:GO, almost as if there was an unwritten rule specifically for this game about how if you took players out of their comfort zone you created insurmountable communication issues and cultural clashes that unequivocally put your team at a disadvantage.

Team Kinguin was created five years ago, in May 2015

Kinguin helped to challenge those preconceptions in May 2015. The Hong Kong-based company, which offers a marketplace for video games, saw in CS:GO the perfect opportunity to expand its global footprint, at a time when the game, and the esports industry in general, was starting to boom. After learning that a new team that looked straight out of a fantasy game draft board was in negotiations with SK Gaming, Kinguin snatched the players by putting more money on the table. "We all knew that SK would be a smarter choice and that it was more of a risk to go for the Kinguin offer, but we gambled a little bit,” Maikelele explains. He and Adil "⁠ScreaM⁠" Benrlitom were the two headliners of the team, and they were both outcasts in need of a new project to kick-start their careers. The Swedish AWPer had been removed by NiP due to his lack of top-flight experience, while the Belgian rifler had seen some doors slammed on him and had been left alone on Epsilon’s roster following the infamous match-fixing incident involving his teammates.

"There are some players [in Sweden] who I just can’t work with, players who I don’t like and who don’t like me," Maikelele explains. "If I wanted to play for NiP [again], I’d have to wait for an offer and you never know how long that is going to take. My goal at the time was to become better than NiP.

"ScreaM and I had had a small talk about creating a team but it was more like a joke. But then we talked again [about it]. I wanted to play with an international team because I thought that if you tried to get players from different countries it could bring more success to a team. It’s not like what we had seen with NiP, who brought in allu and they were talking half of the time in Swedish and half in English because allu didn’t understand Swedish. Now, with only English, you could just pick players from anywhere. We thought: ‘Let’s do something here’."

After going on a quest to find adequate candidates — at one point even discussing an intercontinental lineup with two North Americans, Tyler "⁠Skadoodle⁠" Latham and Spencer "⁠Hiko⁠" Martin —, the pair had ultimately settled for three players at different stages in their careers. Håvard "⁠rain⁠" Nygaard was at the time a rising talent who had caught Maikelele’s eye during their brief time together in LGB. Alexander "⁠SKYTTEN⁠" Carlsson had been off the grid since a top-eight finish at the DreamHack Winter 2013 Major with a previous iteration of LGB that also included Maikelele himself. Finally, veteran Ricardo "⁠fox⁠" Pacheco, then 28 years old, had long outgrown the Iberian scene but remained unproven at the highest level.

"When NiP kicked me I was asked if I wanted to try out for LGB [Editor's Note: Both teams were at the time owned by the same parent company, Diglife], and they were always talking about rain, that he was a super talented player, so I agreed to play for LGB for a while to see how he was because I already had the idea of creating an international team," Maikelele recalls. "He was super good, a complete player.

"SKYTTEN and I were really good friends and we had played together for so long. We had a talk about the whole situation, about what could happen with the team, and he said, ‘If you can just give one chance, I’ll prove what I’m capable of’. He wasn’t an unknown player, he had played for LGB and at a Major. He was a good player. We decided to go with him and see how it felt with him.

"fox was stuck in Portugal, and whenever he played in international tournaments he was always shining. Everyone said that fox was really good and that he was a fighter. We wanted that because we knew that we had to fight and work hard to progress."

Kinguin’s project was revolutionary in more ways than one. Word quickly spread that the players on the team were suddenly the highest-paid in the game, causing a domino effect throughout the scene. "We were playing a scrim against Virtus.pro, and they asked us if it was true that we were making that much," fox recalls. "Players were making around €1,000 and we came out of nowhere and we were making €3,500. That changed everything. Salaries began to skyrocket."

The team made their first appearance at DreamHack Summer

Maikelele remembers with amusement the early days of the team as the players began to bond with each other while entering uncharted territory. "It was super fun, we were always laughing. fox’s English was pretty bad and it was really fun to play, to just sit there for 6-8 hours every day and practice to get better," he says, before explaining how everyone contributed to the team's play style. "We all shared our visions, we all had different in-game leader experiences. ScreaM had played with Ex6tenz, I had played with Xizt. Everyone had their past and had experiences that they brought into the team."

It was all sunshine and rainbows in the Kinguin camp in those early days, but cracks began to emerge within weeks. The first roster change came at the end of June, when SKYTTEN was let go after the team had grown unhappy with his leadership. Maikelele broke the news to his friend the day before the team travelled to Slovenia for the Gaming Paradise Inhouse Qualifier, which SKYTTEN missed due to health reasons. "He was really emotional and so was I. It was really hard because I knew it was the last time we were going to be in a team together," he says. "I might be mistaken but I think some players in the team didn’t enjoy playing with him. I have a vague memory of people complaining that he was baiting for stats, but that's just a common word to use when there are hard feelings. I don't think he was a baiter at all."

Nikola "⁠NiKo⁠" Kovač was the first name on the players’ wish-list. The Bosnian prodigy had stepped in for the team in Slovenia, averaging a tournament-high 1.28 rating, and was spending his days on mousesports’s bench after the organisation had decided to return to a German communication system. However, a transfer failed to materialise as Kinguin was unwilling to open their cheque book again after having already splashed out a fee to sign rain. "I think the numbers were around €40,000 or something," Maikelele says. "If you think about it in today's numbers it's nothing. The same team, for a different organisation, bought him a couple of years later for like $500,000. Imagine if we had bought him."

The replacement came in the form of Dennis "⁠dennis⁠" Edman, who was returning to action from a year-long hiatus after accepting a full-time job in mid-2014. "It was olofmeister who made me come back and grind as much as I could before I joined Kinguin," he reveals. "He told me how much the scene had grown and that the salaries were good enough to make a living off it." Kinguin made their first appearance with the Swedish player at the FACEIT League 2015 Stage 2 Finals, where they wowed the world with a 16-0 thrashing of Virtus.pro on Cache, the culmination of a come-from-behind victory against the Poles. The result inspired a wave of memes with Jarosław "⁠pashaBiceps⁠" Jarząbkowski’s "no chance, my friend" comments from when he had learned about the team’s creation.

Kinguin finally seemed to be picking up form and had a system in place that was starting to bear fruit, but a sudden departure threatened to disrupt the plan. And because nothing about this team was conventional, it happened in the most unthinkable way.

Just days after the FACEIT League Stage 2 Finals, Kinguin announced that team coach Danniél "⁠dalito⁠" Morales had been dismissed because of his ties to a VAC-banned account. "This is the weirdest situation I’ve been in in my entire life," Maikelele says. "We were stranded in Valencia and dalito started to get very stressed. He was like, 'I need to go home, it’s really important that I get home, I’m going to pay for my own flight'. We told him to relax, that our organisation was going to get us a hotel and we would stay there for a couple of days.

"The organisation paid for his flight, and then like an hour or two after he had left us, the news came out. I know that he was friends with some of the players who had been VAC banned and people were talking [about him], but I never believed it. He told me he had never done it.

"We didn't think about it too much and just started to laugh. We were like, 'No hard feelings, let's just leave it. F*ck it, he's still our friend'. Sure, he was lying about this, but in the end I think many players would lie about this if it came to it."

Kinguin had been one of the first teams to transfer in-game leadership to a coach before Valve decided to limit the coaches’ communication at its events and other tournaments followed suit. But in a meta that favored skill over tactical discipline, dennis insists that the loss of dalito barely affected the group. "Back then coaches didn’t have the same impact as today so I didn’t really care that much that he was gone," he says. With dennis as the new skipper, the team went on a run late that summer, placing top eight at the ESL One Cologne Major and picking up their first title at Gaming Paradise.

Team Kinguin at the Gaming Paradise, the last event before joining G2

Those were the last two events that the team played under Kinguin. On September 11, the players switched to G2 as part of the deal that saw Kinguin become the title partner of the organisation, which was rebranding from its original name of Gamers2. It was the first of a series of power moves that G2 have made over the years in their relentless pursuit of greatness and of the unofficial title of best in the West.

It was also the culmination of a plan that had been worked out months earlier.


Carlos "ocelote" Rodríguez Santiago is now one of the most recognized faces in the esports industry, a Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree and the founder and CEO of an organisation valued in 2019 at $165 million. But in early 2015 he was still grappling with the business side of esports after retiring as a professional player, and G2 were still known as Gamers2, a modest organisation still in its infancy that dreamed of bigger and better things.

Having competed at the highest level in League of Legends alongside players with different nationalities, ocelote knew that an international approach had its merits. With his Polish team, headlined by Michał "⁠MICHU⁠" Müller, struggling to dig out of its hole, he knew that his organisation would have to go in a different direction, and he got just the right person to buy into his vision: Viktor Wanli, the founder and CEO of Kinguin.

"Creating the team with ocelote was the right thing to do. He was already very knowledgeable in the scene," Mr. Wanli says. "The line-up was super hot and we knew with ocelote that it had big potential. We put in the financing with a subsequent deal to transfer the team to G2 at a later date."

ocelote was baffled at the narrow-mindedness of the scene and went out to prove a point. "I was always bugged at the fact that no team seemed to believe in multi-national lineups for CS:GO," he explains. "We were determined to change that mindset." He says that the team formed by Maikelele and ScreaM married two very important things: "victory and marketability." Perhaps no-one symbolised the latter better than ScreaM, who was Counter-Strike royalty even without any significant achievements to his name. Yet by the time G2 picked up the team, the Belgian had grown detached from the rest of the squad, in body and spirit, playing just one tournament, DreamHack Open London, before requesting a return to a French-speaking project.

"ScreaM started to be more away from the team, and people could feel it," Maikelele recalls. "I don’t think it was his intention. I think Envy was there [DreamHack Open London] and he was hanging out with them a lot. We started to think about going with a Swedish/Norwegian team but it was nothing set in stone, it was just talks between me, rain and dennis.

"People started to dislike how ScreaM was handling the team, and there were some things happening in-game as well. People thought he was starting to bait. He is a very different player, he is someone, role-wise, who's never going to be going and running first because he's just not that type of player. But in some scenarios, when you have to and you don't, then it makes people think."

Doubts remained about the direction that the project would take, but everything began to click in the run-up to the Cluj-Napoca Major. The team, who had picked up Joakim "⁠jkaem⁠" Myrbostad from CPH Wolves, forged a special bond outside of the server during a bootcamp in Germany. "It was like a family," Maikelele explains. "We all woke up in the morning, we’d had breakfast, we’d play and afterward we’d go have a beer. We were doing everything together, we were having so much fun. The atmosphere was just perfect." Inside the game, things were going so well that confidence was rippling through the team. "Back then the meta was to pop heads, which was perfect for us because everyone did exactly that," dennis says.

It showed. In Cluj-Napoca, G2 started off by surviving a tricky group that also included TSM, mousesports and FlipSid3. They proceeded to dispatch Virtus.pro in two maps before Envy stopped them in a dramatic three-map semi-final series. The French team came back from three match points down on Inferno to tie the series before cruising on Cache. That was the final boss for Envy, who would go on to beat Natus Vincere in a one-sided final.

"It’s still haunting me sometimes," Maikelele admits. "I think that was my best shot at winning a Major, even though I had been in a final and 11-4 up on the third map against LDLC [with NiP at DreamHack Winter 2014]. I don’t want to take anything away from NAVI, but I think we would have crushed them in the final. I think our play style matched up well against theirs". fox agrees with that sentiment: "We were 90 percent sure that we would win."

G2 were one round away from the final at the Cluj-Napoca Major

That incredible run helped the G2 organisation to blossom into greatness. "It showed to the world that G2 Esports were the new kids on the block and ready to take over," ocelote says. "Before that moment, nobody believed in us. In fact, people thought it was a fluke. And then we took over in pretty much every top title." But against all expectations, the team came apart at the seams after the Major.

Their troubles began when dennis was sold to fnatic and Philip "⁠aizy⁠" Aistrup was brought in his place. The Danish player had generated a lot of hype while with Dignitas, but he turned out to be the wrong fit for the squad. "It was a dumb thing on our part, I think everyone quickly realised that," fox says. "He is very good but he wasn’t the player we needed. You took away someone like dennis, an in-game leader who took the wheel, and put someone who was a natural lurker, it made no sense." Maikelele, who claims he suggested bringing in Richard "⁠Xizt⁠" Landström instead, says the team became "sloppy" and "lost everything" after that change. He reveals that this is one of the two things he wishes he would have handled differently. The other one nearly cost his career.

Despite being in a fragile state in the aftermath of dennis’ exit — going through a rough patch of form after a semi-final run at IEM San Jose —, the team were still in hot demand. The relationship with G2, which had been soured over alleged unpaid prize winnings, hit a breaking point when the players began to flirt with the prospect of joining FaZe, a Call of Duty giant looking to expand into CS:GO.

Before a deal was finally completed for a then record fee of $700,000, Maikelele was caught in the crossfire between the two organisations as FaZe attempted to sign the team for nothing, with the Swede nearly risking a ban from all major tournament organisers.

"I would have skipped doing the entire G2-FaZe thing," he admits. "I didn’t have any energy at all for many weeks, even months. I was in meetings with different lawyers from different countries for 15-20 hours a day. It was a very tough time for me. The team were involved, but I think I took the biggest hit because I was the most vocal one.

"It was very dramatic and I remember that I almost got banned because G2’s co-owner, Jens [Hilgers], they almost got me banned. I got to know Ralf Reichert [then CEO of ESL Gaming], who helped me a lot and arranged some meetings with different tournament organisers so I could explain my side of the story. I was pretty lucky that FaZe actually bought us and didn’t just steal us, if I can put it in that way. If this had happened, I think I would never be able to play Counter-Strike again.

"The relationship between me and G2 was so infected, and it didn't help that the whole scenario with someone throwing shoes at G2's owner and everything. I'm not going to mention names, but it was really, really weird [laughs]." (ocelote did not wish to comment on this incident or Maikelele's role in the team's transfer to FaZe.)

FaZe's tampering almost ended Maikelele's career

In a 2017 interview with Duncan "⁠Thorin⁠" Shields, Maikelele stated that "everyone wanted to join FaZe". However, this claim is challenged by fox, who says there was a split in the team and that the players ended up losing money by turning down a lucrative new contract with G2.

"I really like FaZe, they did their best to please us, but jkaem and I thought we were making the wrong decision," the Portuguese veteran says. "rain pretty much didn’t care about anything, whatever the team decided was fine by him. He just wanted to play.

"At the time, Carlos [ocelote] offered us $11,000 plus a percentage of a few skin sites, some projects that he had in mind. It was a great deal. People may say what they want, but for me he is one of the best in the business. Even during some of the team’s worst periods, he was always supporting us and telling us, ‘Don’t give up, don’t worry about the results, things will happen naturally’. He didn’t put pressure and supported us, which is what a player needs because the pressure and the salaries are very high. When you have a boss that supports you regardless of the results, I think no-one can ask for more.

"We turned all that down for FaZe’s name and fame. I blame Maikelele the most, he was the one that pushed the hardest, saying that things were going to be better, that he was a super fan of FaZe. ‘Do you know who they are? They have this many million followers!’. I don’t give a f*ck about that. We turned G2’s offer down to get $7,000 from an organisation that had never been in CS before. In the beginning, it was a big mess because they didn’t really know anything about CS. And then the inevitable happened, changes..."

Nothing was quite the same again. Within 13 months of the team joining FaZe, everyone but rain was gone. Maikelele, who had orchestrated the move, was even the first to go as FaZe became a revolving door of players until 2017, when the North American organisation bought NiKo for a reported $500,000 fee — approximately ten times as much as what he would have cost just two years earlier. G2 found small bursts of success with a French-speaking project before bringing in two Balkan stars last year — "international rosters are 100 percent the way to go", ocelote says. And Kinguin, which had dared to step into the unknown in 2015, struggled to stay relevant in the Counter-Strike scene in the years that followed and slowly faded into the background. In 2019, the company’s esports section was rebranded as devils.one.

Maikelele watched from afar as the team he had helped to build became a world contender and even rose to No.1 in the world rankings. The Swedish AWPer, who spoke to me a couple of weeks before he was removed from GODSENT’s lineup, was happy that he contributed to breaking down walls and barriers for players who, whatever the reason, struggle to find opportunities in their native countries. That his name will forever be associated with one of the most impactful teams in the history of the game.

"They’re still playing. It may not be the same team but it’s the team that I once created," he says. "It’s one of the best teams and has been such for many years. I just hope that people understand that international Counter-Strike is the future and that I was the first one to show it."

Also read:

The story of LGB eSports

United States Tyler 'Skadoodle' Latham
Tyler 'Skadoodle' Latham
Age:
26
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1047
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.59
APR:
0.11
United Kingdom Duncan 'Thorin' Shields
Duncan 'Thorin' Shields
Age:
-
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.00
Maps played:
0
KPR:
0.00
DPR:
0.00
APR:
0.00
United States Spencer 'Hiko' Martin
Spencer 'Hiko' Martin
Age:
30
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
937
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.14
Sweden Mikail 'Maikelele' Bill
Mikail 'Maikelele' Bill
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
1067
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.14
Sweden Danniél 'dalito' Morales
Danniél 'dalito' Morales
Age:
-
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.74
Maps played:
22
KPR:
0.54
DPR:
0.76
APR:
0.12
Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.16
Maps played:
1268
KPR:
0.80
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.13
Sweden Alexander 'SKYTTEN' Carlsson
Alexander 'SKYTTEN' Carlsson
Age:
27
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
382
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.16
Belgium Adil 'ScreaM' Benrlitom
Adil 'ScreaM' Benrlitom
Age:
26
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1430
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.12
Denmark Philip 'aizy' Aistrup
Philip 'aizy' Aistrup
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
1438
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.14
Sweden Richard 'Xizt' Landström
Richard 'Xizt' Landström
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.99
Maps played:
1615
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.17
Portugal Ricardo 'fox' Pacheco
Ricardo 'fox' Pacheco
Age:
33
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
847
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.13
Norway Håvard 'rain' Nygaard
Håvard 'rain' Nygaard
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1299
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.15
Norway Joakim 'jkaem' Myrbostad
Joakim 'jkaem' Myrbostad
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
967
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.14
Sweden Dennis 'dennis' Edman
Dennis 'dennis' Edman
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
1228
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.12
Poland Michał 'MICHU' Müller
Michał 'MICHU' Müller
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
1561
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.14
Poland Jarosław 'pashaBiceps' Jarząbkowski
Jarosław 'pashaBiceps' Jarząbkowski
Age:
32
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
1592
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.13
amazing team
2020-05-31 15:02
#4
apEX | 
United Kingdom Multiplism 
Everybody was afraid to make an international roster work, but not Kinguin
2020-05-31 15:03
#66
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Germany bVicious 
Kinguin was missionary
2020-05-31 15:52
still better international team than Mouz + Faze
2020-05-31 16:56
+1
2020-05-31 16:57
#154
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Iceland I_LIKE_FLAGS 
amazing interview! thanks mr. hltv and mr. miraa!
2020-05-31 19:21
#238
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Finland sant3rii 
+1
2020-06-01 11:01
Kinguin is the best superteam ever
2020-05-31 16:57
#212
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Europe chespiZ 
NoA was better, this supercrap team is trash.
2020-06-01 01:44
Yes they were
2020-05-31 19:11
#235
flusha | 
Italy HeSY 
rain <3
2020-06-01 10:33
sick
2020-06-02 12:41
faze before faze
2020-06-13 01:52
#2
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Switzerland Atomkraftwerk 
i loved them!
2020-05-31 15:03
#65
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Germany bVicious 
I did as well
2020-05-31 15:52
#117
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Singapore Prawblems 
Can't believe it's been 5 years since then
2020-05-31 17:19
#120
Dima | 
CIS mattyes 
+1 glory days
2020-05-31 17:24
#236
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Argentina n4ziS1mple 
+1
2020-06-01 10:37
ez 4 lele calling
2020-05-31 15:04
Whoah indog using fake flag.
2020-06-01 07:43
#5
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United States flex_ 
>>>> FAZE
2020-05-31 15:03
#45
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Portugal MattyMyimb 
+1
2020-05-31 15:29
#6
United Kingdom bbno$ 
awesome sauce
2020-05-31 15:03
#7
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Russia Praeter 
ok
2020-05-31 15:03
#8
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Belgium Ipufobanned 
Pls come back,faze is dogshit compared to them (dogshit even when not compared to them)
2020-05-31 15:04
+1 ScreaMy was amazing there
2020-05-31 15:04
But he is trash now
2020-05-31 15:34
No mens
2020-05-31 15:36
#63
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Indonesia kenztar12 
He still good if he full focus
2020-05-31 15:49
#108
ty1er | 
Russia ty1ercs 
+1
2020-05-31 16:49
He's still got it, just needs to be picked up by a team before he leaves csgo for valorant.
2020-06-09 19:57
#137
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Norway PeteZz 
current faze would smash'em tbf.
2020-05-31 18:37
+1
2020-05-31 18:57
Feel bad for Maikelele
2020-05-31 15:04
+1
2020-05-31 17:04
#242
Aleksib | 
Europe lalt 
Well, he is drama queen. It's not coincidence or bad luck that he keep getting kicked. That being said, he has been big factor behind many new international lineups. FaZe is just the most notable.
2020-06-01 12:38
#10
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Korea 2020_new_2010 
good old days
2020-05-31 15:04
God raiin destroying plebs since 2015
2020-05-31 15:04
+1
2020-05-31 15:35
#180
gxx- | 
Belgium ZxTox 
+1
2020-05-31 20:56
#13
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Mexico sneakyboy 
bring back please
2020-05-31 15:04
cool story bro, tell it again
2020-05-31 15:05
just read it again
2020-05-31 16:24
new Kinguin team?no chance my friend
2020-05-31 15:05
#16
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Greece sifounasGG 
amazing story
2020-05-31 15:05
I miss that team
2020-05-31 15:05
Who?
2020-05-31 15:06
rain is a face of FaZe
2020-05-31 15:07
Faze face
2020-05-31 15:35
#20
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United States SWiFTzZzZz 
Prime ScreaM and rain, and then Dennis when they picked him up was insane. I miss it
2020-05-31 15:07
#21
Maka | 
Lithuania maL0VAS 
bring me back those times please... was so fun
2020-05-31 15:07
Loved this team so much bro , so exciting seeing people from all of eu playing together
2020-05-31 15:08
Who cars
2020-05-31 15:09
zack hemsey the way
2020-05-31 15:10
#26
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Croatia cLutcheR7 
I love Kinguin but I prefer the time they joined G2 and gave kennyUS a hard time
2020-05-31 15:11
MAIKELULULULULUL LUL
2020-05-31 15:11
Remember that
2020-05-31 15:14
#29
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Russia seeep 
liquipedia.net/counterstrike/NoA first international superteam
2020-05-31 15:14
OP malding right now Kappa
2020-05-31 15:16
This is about CS:GO specifically as mentioned in the article and the impact that this team had on the scene.
2020-05-31 15:17
How did I know the article was yours before I clicked it? fox lol
2020-05-31 16:01
What is the problem with him write articles? It was interesting.
2020-06-01 01:36
No problem at all
2020-06-01 02:42
MIRAA GOD TOP 1
2020-05-31 16:59
#261
NiKo | 
Croatia mimi031 
They werent lol,their players were from na(usa, Canada) and later on they made a team of players from denmark.
2020-06-03 16:30
Kinguin? no chance, no chance i will read that
2020-05-31 15:14
#258
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Portugal D1recT 
pasha is that you? are you having a dejavu?
2020-06-02 20:29
Maikelele bot.
2020-05-31 15:16
who cars
2020-05-31 15:18
nice article miraa
2020-05-31 15:19
#37
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Sweden pablo49 
People need to put more respect on Maikel's name.
2020-05-31 15:19
#38
Xyp9x | 
China Autumn7 
Cool Story
2020-05-31 15:20
#39
jR | 
Other k23_puetz 
eh 2015.. last good year for CSGO before they updated it.. EnvyUs, Kinguin, eBettle, LDLC, NiP, fnatic, Flipsid3, Na'Vi, Virtus.pro (Poland) , TSM, Vox Eminor, Immunity, LGB, HellRaisers.. miss this..
2020-05-31 15:21
????? that's just nostalgia. It literally seems you opened some major's event page from 2015 and just pasted the teams. Who the hell were immunity and eBettle? What did LGB accomplish? The game had countless issues in 2015, let's not ignore this.
2020-05-31 15:25
#47
jR | 
Other k23_puetz 
I didnt copy anything my friend. I remember those teams because i loved scene back then. I was hard CS 1.6 player bytheway. I think Valve made CSGO robotic (after 2016) with that spraying, recoil, movement. I have feeling CSGO is underestimating intelligent players and gives more priority to low biased skill players.
2020-05-31 15:32
eBettle and immunity were trash teams that played at cologne 2015, vox players went to renegades in the middle of the year, that shouldn't even count, lgb were irrelevant pretty much the entire year, ldlc was dogshit team in 2015.. I also miss 2015, but why are you lying ?
2020-05-31 15:56
I knew those teams. But that's right you can't look back at 2015 and think "oh immunity, eBettle,lgb" and I even forgot LDLC was a mediocre t3 team from france (with 2 rosters?). The game is not worse now, that's for sure. I liked 2014-2015 but that reminds me of other times in my life, so maybe that's related in my mind, idk.
2020-05-31 16:00
I meant to reply to the other dude tbh ahah, sorry dude np
2020-05-31 16:03
Looking at your flair i realized that Gabs profile is outdated, she is at FURIA fe rn
2020-06-01 01:39
#43
HS | 
Estonia qoznyyy 
2014-2015 best times imo
2020-05-31 15:27
2017-18 as well. Pretty much until Faze lost the major finale :(
2020-05-31 15:36
ye niko still has nightmares of that final
2020-05-31 16:23
Everyone in FaZe have nighhtmares still. Even I have nightmares, I was in the crowd. Travelled all the way to Boston for that. Me and literally everyone else was 99% sure FaZe would win the major, that is why I travelled there in the first place. But they lost :(
2020-05-31 16:32
yea man I remember it like yesterday
2020-05-31 16:38
eBettle and immunity were trash teams that played at cologne 2015, vox players went to renegades in the middle of the year, that shouldn't even count, lgb were irrelevant pretty much the entire year, ldlc was dogshit team in 2015.. I also miss 2015, but why are you lying ?
2020-05-31 16:03
#170
jR | 
Other k23_puetz 
eBettle v Titan 2015, ESL One Cologne. watch it dignitas v Vox Eminor 2015, ESL One Katowice, watch it. I miss SPUNJ, topguN, Havoc, Nico Immunity v Skyred ASIA ESL One Cologne qualify.. watch it. I miss snyper as player, also Immunity was big known organisation in CS 1.6.. soo LGB 2014 (twist, cype, olofm, krimz, dennis) - sick performances from them, olofm twist krimz dennis are still playing in top teams i dont know why u talk against them LGB. no (Rain, Rubino, Polly) also were solid team, playing its best. LDLC 2015 cant be shit, but cant be raged if u think like that. type Happy v TSM deagle ace @ DH London You have so wrong opinions, but its fine. It was almost 5 years ago
2020-05-31 20:24
lol, i watched those games you linked live, dont act entilted eBeetle was never fucking relevant topgun was trash, so was havoc (only known for his big beard) nico was washed up by 2015 LBG 2014 when talkin about 2015 ? xd I saw happy's ace live also, on dreamhack open london, do you remember which team he was playin on ???? for real dude I know very well 2015 was the last good year of cs, but I dont need to fuckin lie over here about it
2020-05-31 20:37
#207
jR | 
Other k23_puetz 
There is no lie my friend. I remember you, you are good user. There is no reason to lie u
2020-06-01 01:19
#40
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Poland rude_wredne 
And i thought maikelele is known only because he is a flat earther 😳😳
2020-05-31 15:22
#42
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Indonesia dgtal 
nice story
2020-05-31 15:27
Honestly they were the most enjoyable team to watch. Still remember that 16-0 on VP!!
2020-05-31 15:29
FeelsOldMan
2020-05-31 15:30
#48
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Russia Jet1k 
nice
2020-05-31 15:34
#54
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Portugal DaNifcv 
SAUDADE - unique portuguese word with no translation similar to nostalgia - thats what we feel about kinguin :´) kinguin they have no chance my friend
2020-05-31 15:38
cringe
2020-05-31 16:03
u are cringe.
2020-05-31 17:13
ok cringe metalhead
2020-05-31 19:28
fight me irl SHORT_portuguese_user
2020-05-31 22:39
metalhead fight irl pick one GIGALUL
2020-06-01 02:37
#55
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Lithuania Paulius_CS 
I remember this team had some of the sickest entries. However my opinion changed over the years, and now again I think that national based CS is more wholesome and better quality.
2020-05-31 15:38
Maikeleleeee
2020-05-31 15:40
#57
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Europe b7ack0ut 
nice team
2020-05-31 15:40
#58
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Poland SebL 
It was so long ago. Time goes so fast. It's incredible.
2020-05-31 15:42
#62
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Europe MyNameIsWho 
5 years, can you believe it
2020-05-31 15:47
#103
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Poland SebL 
No, I can't. The Kinguin times seems like 2 years ago maybe, but it's already 5. Crazy man.
2020-05-31 16:41
had a good read ty MIRAA
2020-05-31 15:42
#60
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Japan Fanta_machine 
2020-05-31 15:42
never forget this masterpiece
2020-05-31 16:40
#61
steel | 
Serbia bakedcs 
Sick timing just as Maikelele is exposed by Godsent lmaoo
2020-05-31 15:46
I remember when I was like "Who tf is rain???" and then he popped off and carried them almost every single match.
2020-05-31 15:52
I remember when rain played with lgb everyone thought he wasn't that good. He really grew as a player
2020-05-31 15:57
trueee
2020-05-31 16:24
#95
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Portugal antCB 
Guess if people don't know CS they didn't give rain his proper credit. He was VERY good in LGB, arguably the best in the team, and I perfectly recall him having very good performances and in-game decisions reserved to the best players.
2020-05-31 16:28
I mean his team was trash, he never really got to shine there, zeves rubino Polly etc were all trash
2020-05-31 18:36
#246
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Portugal antCB 
he was also in the London Conspiracy squad that went to Cologne in 2014. doesn't matter where you put him, if you look back, he was/is actually the best on the squads he played in.
2020-06-01 15:20
#71
apEX | 
France MarcoXY 
nice article mira
2020-05-31 16:01
#75
gAuLeS | 
Portugal Dimigue 
fox number 1
2020-05-31 16:04
#76
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World waltsuu 
i think its kinda funny that maikele pretty much orchestrated his exit out of faze :D
2020-05-31 16:06
#79
sdy | 
Sweden god_sdy 
Hes so busy chasing fame and money. He should be satisfied with what hes got. IMO Kinguin/G2 weren't that special, they had a good run in Cluj napoca which opened new doors for them. But 11000$ salary + bonuses is defintely ALOT for this lineup. They stood no chance vs fnatic/EnVy back then, and fnatic were basically already declining with BOTpronax. They were a top5 team after Cluj for sure but this team had very basic strats so it didn't surprise me that they would have to make changes as soon as they joined FaZe because it was only a question of time before they would start to play bad
2020-05-31 16:09
He had insane potential that he himself never fully realized.
2020-05-31 17:27
#225
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Finland BlackMatter 
True but back in time they really were special and those big salaries made sense as there were so much hype and marketability around them. Also back then they really were considered to have the most firepower or at least to be on par with the best teams skillwise.
2020-06-01 08:22
Someone should write how North/ex-dignitas probably has been the most disappointing team in CSGO history.
2020-05-31 16:14
+1 this can't believe that shit never been exposed
2020-06-01 21:21
very nice read, thank you very big mens))))
2020-05-31 16:09
#80
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Brazil de_lite 
THIS NEW KINGUIN TEAM? THEY HAVEA NO SHANCE MY FRIEND.
2020-05-31 16:12
#81
gimp | 
United Kingdom suge 
Great read, thanks!
2020-05-31 16:12
#82
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United Kingdom Lightning_DC_ 
This is actually a good read; there should be more of this type of article on here.
2020-05-31 16:15
Thanks man. We’re working hard to create more in-depth content about the great people that make this game so awesome. Glad you’re enjoying it
2020-05-31 16:20
#156
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Australia zanics 
+1 very well written and interesting article
2020-05-31 19:32
Thanks for that!
2020-05-31 22:41
#226
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Finland BlackMatter 
Would be awesome, this was a very good read.
2020-06-01 08:24
fox is right when he says they can blame maikelele for the move... maybe if they would stay in g2, their careers could be different.. worst contract with worst org support. But for me what destroyed the team was dennis move, after that... all the work they did was destroyed. btw, nice post
2020-05-31 16:17
#227
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Finland BlackMatter 
Maybe they can blame him, but isnt it kinda unnecessary thing to bring up after 5 years? For sure the change of orgs didnt destroy the lineup.
2020-06-01 08:34
no chance
2020-05-31 16:19
#85
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Sweden Trkmag 
Great article
2020-05-31 16:20
overrated team like faze
2020-05-31 16:20
maikelul delusional
2020-05-31 16:21
#92
twenty3 | 
Faroe Islands sGaen 
>superteam >makelel, skytten, fox Xdddddddddddddddddddddddd
2020-05-31 16:26
#96
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Lebanon Dogman69 
fox was legit back then but at that time there were very few good awpers
2020-05-31 16:30
#228
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Finland BlackMatter 
Yeah maikelele and fox were considered star players back then, skytten was unproven igl
2020-06-01 08:37
ez4fox
2020-05-31 16:27
#94
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Lebanon Dogman69 
I remember when C9 throw dust 2 against them
2020-05-31 16:28
wish scream would of stayed
2020-05-31 16:34
#99
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Maldives Valorant 
so basically they did a bunch of low IQ irrational moves for god knows what reason. Humans_lol
2020-05-31 16:34
And then... after 5 years, only Rain is still relevant. Rain. Scream, dennis, fox, maikelele have been left behind by the next generation.
2020-05-31 16:36
scream isnt in a team even fox isn't even in and top3 iberic team dennis still plays at a somewhat decent level, probably the only one who may play at a higher level again maikelele was cut from another international team he helped building
2020-05-31 17:54
#229
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Finland BlackMatter 
Only the autistic/nerdy guy succeeded, what a coincidence :D
2020-06-01 08:47
more like the one who dont give a fuck and just want to play survive. the silent one always win.
2020-06-01 21:24
False. NoA was.
2020-05-31 16:42
ok
2020-05-31 16:43
Kinguin team ma frend? They have no chance to win, no chance.
2020-05-31 16:43
GOD FOX
2020-05-31 16:52
#115
trk | 
Brazil NahT_ 
great article
2020-05-31 17:11
miss those times
2020-05-31 17:20
#119
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Poland im2fast4u 
nothing about polish kinguin ?
2020-05-31 17:21
no chanse my friend
2020-05-31 17:26
#123
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Europe Qaia 
Good old days
2020-05-31 17:31
16-0 never forget pashabiceps
2020-05-31 17:32
#125
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Portugal Stifmyster 
This team was realy something, the videos on kinguin youtube are still so fucking cool Kinguin team? No chance my friend
2020-05-31 17:46
Flat earther
2020-05-31 17:53
#128
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Norway Triplex02 
Interesting story
2020-05-31 17:54
#129
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Latvia tibr0 
Kinguin back then was great when scream and rain fukced everyone Great times
2020-05-31 18:00
#130
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Pakistan LoOuU2 
Great read! As someone who wasn't into the pro scene at that time but took interest later on, articles like these really put more shine to how the notable orgs and teams and players got the status that they have today and how some players and different orgs faded into oblivion and such . Would love more articles like this!
2020-05-31 18:04
"rain pretty much didn’t care about anything, whatever the team decided was fine by him. He just wanted to play. GOD
2020-05-31 18:05
Pretty sure nowadays people only remember lele as a flat earther
2020-05-31 18:09
missed that, u cerial?
2020-05-31 20:31
Memory messed up, it was either that or the moon landing was fake
2020-05-31 22:18
he thinks the moon landing was fake.
2020-06-01 00:10
which is a Little more realistic than a flat earth, but still weird bs
2020-06-01 19:39
He is 1 IQ
2020-05-31 18:11
#134
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Spain Alser 
I loved this team so so much.
2020-05-31 18:12
#135
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Turkey CHAMPTZ 
"Kinguin made their first appearance with the Swedish player at the FACEIT League 2015 Stage 2 Finals, where they wowed the world with a 16-0 thrashing of Virtus.pro on Cache, the culmination of a come-from-behind victory against the Poles. The result inspired a wave of memes with Jarosław "pashaBiceps" Jarząbkowski’s "no chance, my friend" comments from when he had learned about the team’s creation." Can't forget that one.
2020-05-31 18:26
#138
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Portugal hdiogopt 
They were so close to win a major with Maikelele, Jkaem, Fox, Rain and Dennis. Miss this team.
2020-05-31 18:37
-FOX +SCREAM=EZ TOP 1
2020-05-31 18:38
#140
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Norway PeteZz 
Crazy that this team actually, by definition, still exists, through current faze lineup. It was never disbanded.
2020-05-31 18:39
#142
Europe Dov 
i remember how everyone said it wouldn't work etc ... look at faze now, it doesn't work
2020-05-31 18:49
only rain is famous
2020-05-31 18:57
fun team to watch they actually had a chance to win a major (cluj napoca if I remember correctly?)
2020-05-31 19:00
i remember those times, this team was cool and the fans were fantastic
2020-05-31 19:02
i miss scream :'(
2020-05-31 19:07
#149
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France StickyRice 
G2 vs NV in semi final, oh my i was rooting for G2 (i know i was a traitor for the french scene xD), was so sad especially because they would have beat NaVi pretty easily in final. Would have been great seeing guys like fox, jkaem win a Major
2020-05-31 19:09
"Nothing was quite the same again. Within 13 months of the team joining FaZe, everyone but rain was gone." :(
2020-05-31 19:13
rain's team = super team all the way
2020-05-31 19:19
My heart chokes seeing this. I've always loved Kinguin and G2 for this international roster. I also love G2 and FaZe cuz of international roster. International roster are future. Though it's been 5 years, this team will always be in my heart.
2020-05-31 19:19
Nice read. Thank you.
2020-05-31 19:32
#158
Nismo | 
Macau Bent0 
This team is so fcking hype i remeber buying the doritos sticker foil of their team and stick all over my gun and they beat vp on lan was a shocking moment and rain was a beast in cache and train moment :-:
2020-05-31 19:33
#159
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Poland rzabaldz 
kinguin they have a no chance to be honest
2020-05-31 19:39
#160
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United States Matty_Light 
I was so ready for that team, I remember their first official match was that scam tournament and s1mple destroyed them on his first game back in fl1pside. Honestly crazy to think I was more excited for Maikelele than S1mple
2020-05-31 19:42
#233
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Finland BlackMatter 
Yeah maikel and also fox had real hype around themback then, feels like theres nothing like that in csgo anymore
2020-06-01 09:44
I dont think you know what superteam means
2020-05-31 20:03
this was superteam backthan on paper like it or not.
2020-05-31 20:05
Wtf is superteam on paper? If people think you have caliber of supeteam but you dont... You are not fucking superteam.... You are just overhyped trash
2020-05-31 20:07
okey man
2020-05-31 22:30
#204
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Norway PeteZz 
Nobody on HLTV seems to understand the term "superteam". It has its origins in "supergroups", which are bands made up of already well-established and famous musicians. An example is Them Crooked Vultures, made up of Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age), John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin), Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters, Nirvana). A more modern hypothetical example: If Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and Beyonce made a new band, they would be a "supergroup" or (for CS purposes) a "superteam". Probably would be a shit band, but nonetheless a supergroup.
2020-06-01 00:24
Thats supergroup thing is true but obviously it cant translate to cs because that will make any team superteam... Or any sport for that matter... Everyteam is mix of well known and established players... Superteams in sports are teams of bests of the bests that actually perform... Like GS warriors.. 4 all stars...this bullshit wasnt even superteam by names either...
2020-06-01 02:46
Not really... GS wasn't a superteam despite their exploits until they added a superstar (Durant) from another organisation. Having *superstars* from *multiple organisations* is what makes you a *superteam*, not necessarily results. For example, between 2008 and 2010, Real Madrid buying superstars (Kaka, Ronaldo, Benzema) for exorbitant fees from around the continent made them a *superteam* even though they were inferior to Barcelona, who were not considered a superteam because their superstars were from their academy (Messi, Iniesta, Xavi).
2020-06-01 03:33
Well there is apparently defition of it in the NBA "NBA Superteams is the term coined for NBA franchises that typically has three or more "superstar"/"hall-of-fame" caliber players that are currently in or near their prime and playing together on their team" Ok results really dont matter but no one will call 2012 lakers superteam ...Anyway my point still stands...This folks sure were popular in cs but nowhere near superstar level
2020-06-01 14:36
"This folks sure were popular in cs but nowhere near superstar level" That I can agree with... ScreaM aside
2020-06-02 00:40
16:0 never forget. Also ScreaM kinguin never forget. fox never forget.
2020-05-31 20:05
can't believe rain is still not kicked
2020-05-31 20:09
Bring it back :((
2020-05-31 20:24
It would be really cool to see some show matches with legendary lineups playing together again. I don't know why csgo doesn't do that, league of legends did it a bunch of times bringing back old players onto the stage, with good results
2020-05-31 20:25
best team !
2020-05-31 20:27
#174
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United States Toothyca 
i miss team penguin
2020-05-31 20:31
#176
niko | 
Denmark ilnert 
used to be my favorite team so far!
2020-05-31 20:33
high quality artic;e
2020-05-31 20:36
#181
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Finland 0lter 
flat earther lele
2020-05-31 21:01
my friend new kinguing team? my friend, they have a no chance to be honest
2020-05-31 21:28
#184
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Brazil Fauchard 
I doubt that someome read the Full article !!!!
2020-05-31 21:32
#185
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Ukraine ksay 
nice read
2020-05-31 21:37
Replace super with meme and this post makes sense. 1st International Meme team
2020-05-31 21:45
#197
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Sweden Lordzxz 
lul +1
2020-05-31 23:15
#188
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Tunisia darkoplax 
great article
2020-05-31 21:52
THE STORY OF KINGUIN, THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL OMEGALUL TEAM
2020-05-31 21:56
"they have no chance"
2020-05-31 22:19
The story of maikelele. From playing in international superteam to be kicked by top20 team.
2020-05-31 22:33
#196
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Portugal th0msy 
banger!! miss this times
2020-05-31 22:58
+999 Awesome team. From being called no chance by papa biceps to fucking him 16-0, then eliminating him again in the major in cluj
2020-05-31 23:24
#199
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United States ChocolateLab 
Good times, missed
2020-05-31 23:24
Thanks HLTV X MIRAA for the read :-) That semi-final at cluj-Napoca against Envy is still one my favorite CS:GO matches ever. Although G2/Kinguin have lost to NBK's auto-sniper in the back of B site, I don't think I have been as emotional invested in any other other match since...
2020-05-31 23:26
only OG's remember Kinguin in Lanxess
2020-06-01 00:04
#203
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Ukraine Delirious206 
post from lagge15?
2020-06-01 00:18
TLDR
2020-06-01 00:38
Kinguin wasnt a superteam by any means back in the day but they were fun af to watch
2020-06-01 00:45
#234
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Finland BlackMatter 
I think your would've been questionable back then
2020-06-01 09:47
I mean back then i was kinda wierd i loved olof back in the lgb days and people called me wierd back then. Been rocking the miester name since 2014
2020-06-01 20:37
#208
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Chile nachooww 
what a time, thx for the reading
2020-06-01 01:23
So there is basically a beef between Maikelele and fox. Didn't know about that, interesting.
2020-06-01 01:31
why did maikel almost get banned? i dont get it, some1 explain
2020-06-01 01:48
They talk about my onetaps KEKW
2020-06-01 02:07
#215
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Sweden dogtown 
I loved them from the minute they were created. I don't know if I would still be watching professional CSGO if it wasn't for the OG Kinguin team <3 Thank you lele ill never forget when they 16-0 Virtus Pro on Cache after TaZ said that Kinguin were a joke.. That had to be one of the best feelings to ever happen in CSGO.. Kinguin is the team that actually destroyed VP.. They ended them.
2020-06-01 02:22
rain, the norway trump
2020-06-01 03:31
#221
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Indonesia Exodd 
Damn time really flies, missing those times man
2020-06-01 04:47
Every dummy in the comment section was writing that this team wont even reach top 10. So now what, huh?
2020-06-01 05:33
#223
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Poland I_am_racist 
kinguin 16 0 vp cache <3
2020-06-01 07:21
#230
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Poland sikalafa 
5 years, that's crazy! Time goes so fast.
2020-06-01 09:04
#231
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Turkey HypnoSia 
kinguvan
2020-06-01 09:19
#232
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Iran VenoxeR 
Rain is Karim Benzema of FaZe
2020-06-01 09:29
really interesting article, it´s amazing how has the CS:GO scene changed since then
2020-06-01 10:40
lele did a lot for cs pro scene im happy for him now playing with godsent and doing good
2020-06-01 11:54
#241
alex | 
Spain mokerz 
love Papabiceps but this video is a classic "when im kinguin" youtube.com/watch?v=OGsHHHVGCMU
2020-06-01 12:29
#247
United States sbe 
Makes me miss NoA when they brought in Americans to a European lineup for the first time in 1.6.
2020-06-01 15:25
damn this article makes me miss the old peak ScreaMy ;( good old times
2020-06-01 21:09
#253
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United States Bunker_Boy 
Nicely written article!
2020-06-01 23:50
:( MISS THOSE GOLDEN TIMES OF THE GAME
2020-06-02 09:36
#259
autist | 
Spain JonnyE 
Good old days
2020-06-02 23:44
#257
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Uruguay iNVE14 
I really hope those time come back, seeing scream play like god, fox just being a beast with the AWP, rain coming from unkown to an absolute beast, Maikelele being accused from cheating cause he was damn good, really miss those times. GOD BLESS THE BEST GAME IN THE WORLD.
2020-06-02 14:26
#260
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Turkey Slapdash 
Maikelele toxic
2020-06-03 13:48
#262
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Portugal pr0ned 
really good article
2020-06-04 12:06
#263
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Asia BurjAlArab 
This was the team who made me start watching CS:GO pro scene, if one day they meet again for a fun game, i'll be there watching. I really miss those old days. GG Kinguin
2020-06-04 19:19
#264
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Macau fAKEs2j 
My respect who wrote this, holy.
2020-06-06 00:41
#265
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Portugal mrsc 
this was the first real chance fox had to prove his worth outside of portugal. sadly it arrived a bit too late for him, was already in decline when the team formed. still will always remember this team dearly
2020-06-06 03:59
Nice article, congratz!!!
2020-06-06 07:01
what a joke calling this the " THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL SUPERTEAM " Its still NoA
2020-06-08 02:51
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