H2k-Gaming have made their return to activity official with the creation of a Swedish CS:GO division.
Before ceasing operations in 2010, H2k were always heavily involved in the Counter-Strike: 1.6 scene, with the likes of Jonas "whiMp" Svendsen, Andreas "KK" Andreasen and Abdisamad "SpawN" Mohamed all donning the Netherlands-based organisation's colours.
With a new management in charge, H2k are hoping to get back on track, and have made their intentions clear by assembling a team with several experienced Swedish players.
The only player on the team who already has some experience in Valve's new game is Joel "emilio" Mako, who joins H2k after things in Absolute Legends apparently went sour.
Former RAGE-Gaming member Olof "olofm" Kajbjer and ex-ICSU player Hugo "huggan" Lopez make a comeback after being away from the scene for the last few months.
huggan returns in CS:GO team
André "keiz" Carlsson, who will play for hatersG0nnahate at DreamHack Bucharest, and John "wenton" Eriksson, who was part of the former WinFakt CS division, make up the rest of the team, who will make its first appearance in the first Swedish Championship qualifier on October 23rd.
"We are happy to join H2k since we have been searching for a stable home," Mako told H2k's website.
"Since H2k is now fully reborn with freshblood and everything is going great, we would like to thank everybody for this chance given to us, and we will in return show our best performance to have a long term future realationship with H2k."
H2k Gaming have the following line-up:
Joel "emilio" Mako
Hugo "huggan" Lopez
André "keiz" Carlsson
Olof "olofm" Kajbjer
John "wenton" Eriksson
The Dutch organisation has created a small video to present the new team, which you will be able to watch below: