mTw confirm shutdown

mTw, one of the oldest and most successful organisations in esports, have officially confirmed that they have closed their doors.

The German organisation had been tipped to cease all operations since it was reported that they were battling financial problems, which resulted in their CS:GO squad going freelance.

mTw have now confirmed via their website that they have decided to shut down the organisation, putting an end to an illustrious 15 years in esports.

"We regret to announce that mTw will be closed after 15 successful years," an mTw statement read. "In recent weeks, we had found that the business model for eSports organisations was no longer viable in its long-standing form.

"Under these circumstances, and combined with the lack of a stable economy, it was no longer possible. Therefore, we have decided to end this chapter for mTw. If and when the next chapter is written, is still unknown.

"Once again, we guarantee that if a sustainable existence is possible and if we can give our teams the support they need, mTw will be back.

"Until then, we would like to wish our former teams and partners all the best on their way forward and to thank our fans who made mortal teamwork so special over so many years."

One of the first German organisations to support Counter-Strike, mTw had back in 2002 a highly-successful Swedish team who featured the likes of Abdisamad "SpawN" Mohamed, Michael "ahl" Korduner and Christer "fisker" Eriksson.

After the Swedish players decided to play under the name team9, mTw decided to focus on the German CS market, until 2007, when the organisation merged with NoA and brought the ESWC runners-up on board.

Happy Danes from mTw were one of the strongest teams in 1.6 history

The Danish team enjoyed a dominant year of 2008 under mTw's banner, winning tournaments like the KODE5 Global Finals, ESWC Masters Paris, the World e-Sports Masters and the World Cyber Games.

In November 2011, mTw decided to release the Danish team after supporting it for almost four years as they struggled to find a stable lineup following the retirement of Alexander "ave" Holdt.

When CS:GO was released, mTw's highly-successful CS:Source division switched to the new game, but constant roster changes and a series of mixed results made the team take a break from all competitions to find some much-needed stability.

After picking up Andreas "MODDII" Fridh and Lasse "stingeR" Midstue, the team decided to part company with mTw, and are currently known as Torqued until they find a new organisation to represent.

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United Kingdom ELVIS^G
2013-01-27 00:59
2 replies
thanks, mTw.
2013-01-27 07:41
Croatia cembrakis
They will be back!
2013-01-27 15:21
Bah...Sad news.
2013-01-27 01:01
Sad ;(
2013-01-27 01:01
2013-01-27 01:01
Well, that's gonna leave a hole :( Sad day..
2013-01-27 01:01
:( sad to see one of the oldest esport organisations closing their door :(
2013-01-27 01:02
1 reply
not just the oldest, but one of the truly best!
2013-01-27 02:57
Slovakia MoOnTy
bad ...
2013-01-27 01:03
<3 mTw :<
2013-01-27 01:04
World breezy0
we had found that the business model for eSports organisations based on long-standing work is no longer viable. based on what?! it's wrongly translated. it should rather read: "in recent weeks, it has been found that the business model for eSports clans is no longer viable in its already long existing form."
2013-01-27 01:12
2 replies
eSports clans? Read you´re english books pls
2013-01-27 19:02
1 reply
World breezy0
"Read you´re english books pls" hahaha self own
2013-01-27 19:03
2013-01-27 01:05
<3 mTw forever long
2013-01-27 01:06
sad day
2013-01-27 01:06
2013-01-27 01:10
2013-01-27 01:13
It's been a long and successful ride for mTw. Thank you for doing so much for CS and eSports in general! Hopefully the mTw banner will be up again sometime in the future!
2013-01-27 01:13
1 reply
Germany tummi
2013-01-27 01:37
so sad :( hope theyll come one day
2013-01-27 01:14
2013-01-27 01:15
sad, one of my favorite teams
2013-01-27 01:15
miss :(
2013-01-27 01:17
RIP mTw. Will never forget when the CS ger team won LAN Arena 7 waaay back in the day. So many good teams and matches. Also didnt roman ausserdorfer really make a name for himself when he was picked up by mTw. Sad to see a team with so much history shut down like this.
2013-01-27 01:17
3 replies
wow, someone here remembers LAN Arena 7 :) that was a great time. roman became well-known with DkH (and to some part with Team64.AMD). At least in Germany. Then he played for mTw.ATI, a-Loser.MSI, Alternate aTTax, TBH.MSI, Mousesports, ... lol he was in almost every good German CS clan.
2013-01-27 02:05
2 replies
how can some1 forget mohr,heyenga,ide,tihonen and hering :)
2013-01-27 11:06
2013-01-27 14:32
rip mtw....
2013-01-27 01:17
2013-01-27 01:18
Amazing mTw is dead. I don't believe !!! Esport comes to dead.
2013-01-27 01:19
damn that 1.6 team was sick...
2013-01-27 01:21
2013-01-27 01:23
tweeday to die of starvation
2013-01-27 01:24
2 replies
World breezy0
hahaha that is mean! :3 esports is just a shit business, i would never waste my life on that.
2013-01-27 01:28
Haha no i am already signed to an agency :-)
2013-01-27 16:56
thanks to mTw.
2013-01-27 01:26
1 reply
2013-01-27 01:29
Romania KrieppeN
Sad news... I think this is the end of a era and a start of a new one, kind of different of what we've experienced over the years. Best of luck to mTw's management and... this is it.
2013-01-27 01:27
ive been sorry for acting like a troll all along, but FPS is dead man....
2013-01-27 01:29
Macedonia EXTOL[t]
Sad news btw nice mTw time... missing cs 1.6.. IEM etc..
2013-01-27 01:29
2013-01-27 01:33
Who is going to feed our tweeday? ;(
2013-01-27 01:33
1 reply
Takeover Solutions - myself hoping to get self-employed by clients :)
2013-01-27 02:23
Thanks mTw for having supported esports throughout all those years <3
2013-01-27 01:35
With the domination of the MOBA genre, I see dark days coming for the e-sports
2013-01-27 01:36
1 reply
last time i checked MOBA games were part of e-sports too
2013-01-27 02:11
Germany tummi :'( there are not many organisations with that level of reputation. really, really sad :(
2013-01-27 01:36
2 replies
Lol, that website even works.
2013-01-27 13:08
Lol, awesome website :')
2013-01-27 15:25
Sad day for eSports. thx mTw =)
2013-01-27 01:36
I'm sure they will come back!
2013-01-27 01:36
shit happens:/
2013-01-27 01:39
An era ends :( "One of the first German organisations to support Counter-Strike, mTw had back in 2002 a highly-successful Swedish team....After the Swedish players decided to play under the name team9, mTw then decided to focus on the German CS market,.." To be more precise: mTw already had a German CS team in 2000 and there was always a German mTw team between 2000 and 2011 playing in the German EPS. was a big German community site. So much memories... Here's a list of all rankings between 2002 and 2009: I remember so many great players who played for mTw. my favorite team: And I was always a fan of <3 whimp, ave, sunde, mJe, zonic, trace, minet Will never forget this logo: Very sad thing it came to an end. CS is dead :(
2013-01-27 01:43
Sad news, such a legendary orga
2013-01-27 01:42
Slovakia radeoNko
old 1.6 playerz <3
2013-01-27 01:47
2013-01-27 01:48
I think CS:GO killed the fps e-sport really. It has no future. It just feels like a quick bad solution which will not keep the length that 1.6 did. Players quit, organisations quit and I can't feel the hype before a tournament in these days.
2013-01-27 02:04
5 replies
i realised this. now i'm playing dota 2 and sometimes a casual 1.6 gather.
2013-01-27 02:07
1 reply
+1 dota2 ftw!
2013-01-27 03:44
True. Even 5 minutes before 1.6 died or back in the days when it was very hard to follow esports there was more hype. I got the sad feeling it will never be as good as it was.
2013-01-27 02:10
Just no, mTw had other games they had been supporting, the reason behind it was due to the sponsorships that they had built originally had pulled out and/or come to an end. Thus why the statement has cited issues with how eSports organisations are run and how they depend on sponsorships to make them at least sustainable. If CSGO was the killer they would have cut the CSGO division and continued with DotA2 only. That would have been the ideal solution.
2013-01-27 03:24
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Bangladesh Stoffi
Counter Strike was also very unstable, it was only the last years in the Counterstrike 1.6 history, that the scene was very stable. Before that you saw clans closing and ppl leaving all the time - especially in Denmark but also in Sweden.
2013-01-27 10:03
did not expect this!
2013-01-27 02:06
mTw pistolround vs maverick at luopgames was the best.. So sad
2013-01-27 02:08 were one of the strongest teams in 1.6 history mTw was the strongest team in 1.6 history!
2013-01-27 02:12
Rip mTw, you will always stay in my heart. Thanks for everything..
2013-01-27 02:17
I'm so going to miss, they were the reason I had so much hope for the Danish scene for so many years. We've had so many teams and so many players in all 3 CS scenes, I don't know about source but mTw had the biggest impact on the Danish scene. Ever since 2008 I always hoped that one day a Danish team will be number 1 again, even though it never happened until 2012 with fnatic (barely, and the scene was already half dead; and they weren't fully Danish). I hope that one day that will change.
2013-01-27 02:17
10 replies
Well, you guys had the most complete player ever, i think thats ok
2013-01-27 03:58
9 replies
World MACS.
and what is this player?
2013-01-27 09:00
3 replies
2013-01-27 13:32
1 reply
minet sunde zonic mje and so on
2013-01-27 14:34
2013-01-27 21:29
Who is the most complete player ever for you?Trace? or?
2013-01-27 09:05
1 reply
trace alongside with neo
2013-01-27 21:30
trace? zonic?
2013-01-27 09:06
2 replies
Sunde. Though it works with Zonic too
2013-01-27 12:06
trace, zonic had an amazing aim, but he was very inconsistent
2013-01-27 21:31
Denmark e1z
so sad :(
2013-01-27 02:17 will always be remembered as one of the best teams in eSports.
2013-01-27 02:19
2 replies
+1 this is so sad :/
2013-01-27 02:39
I <3 Martin Berkhan
2013-01-27 03:29
so sad..
2013-01-27 02:27
so sad
2013-01-27 02:32
sadd ://
2013-01-27 02:36
they'll back
2013-01-27 02:49
really sad news, this organization was created when the e-sport became really serious and now after 15 years they dissapear... nowadays are lot of games, but still... CSGO killed 1.6 and source and now they realized it was a bad move... players quitting, organizations quitting, and we have the same thing like last months in 1.6... everybody has complaining before tournament: ''ye ye SK will won, polish guys will won'' and so on. community players were bored watching 3 teams fighting for 3 places because no others can beat them... and now? what is happening right now in CSGO?... im not following it but i know NIP is unbeatable team... organizations trying to mix up source and 1.6 players (dont know why) and they destroying both communities, and result?... make your own opinion..
2013-01-27 02:55
14 replies
2013-01-27 03:25
11 replies
running out of excuses? lmao
2013-01-27 17:19
10 replies
yeah sorry mTw only had CS:GO under their organisation, it MUST be the reason why it shut down.... you absolute tool.
2013-01-27 22:56
9 replies
he didnt say anything about csgo killing mtw. he said that csgo killed the cs scene overall and you know that its true
2013-01-28 16:49
8 replies
it hasn't killed the "cs scene overall" and anybody who thinks that needs to also get a grip. If anything it has revitalised the scene.
2013-01-28 16:56
7 replies
It "revitalised" the scene. Yeah, now we got a game that is flamed as hell, it doesn't get half of the viewers that 1.6 had, prize money is low, many big players and teams retired when CSGO appeared, many big events that we had with 1.6 are gone now. That was the most idiotic move in e-sports history: replacing 1.6 with CSGO. In the end it's all valves fault when they decided to create new CS games that are supposed to compete with games like COD or BF instead of upgrading 1.6 with all the things that MOBA games of today have and so on. They could have made the biggest e-sports game ever but the problem is that they have no clue at all about this stuff. People who think that CSGO was good for the scene need to think more in details.
2013-01-28 18:26
6 replies
"Yeah, now we got a game that is flamed as hell" Flamed by a select few. "it doesn't get half of the viewers that 1.6 had" If that was true, then 1.6 would still be at huge tournaments, it wasn't as it wasn't "global enough". Sponsors care about exposure in many different places, not just 50k from one region of the world. At any rate, CS:GO is in it's infancy currently, it's 6 months old, and the numbers can only grow. "prize money is low" Again, I disagree, lets look at the basics here, there is a $50,000 ESEA Invite tournament, a $44,000 Copenhagen Games Tournament, ESL are ploughing in $156,000 into the game. Esports Heaven Vienna has $10,000 up for grabs, not to mention many other tournaments this year. That isn't even including what else was run in the back end of 2012. "That was the most idiotic move in e-sports history: replacing 1.6 with CSGO. " Everything has it's time, and it was clear for all to see that 1.6 had it's time. DreamHack Valencia switched from 1.6 to GO, why? Because the scene didn't support 1.6 in these great numbers people claim? Tournaments didn't drop 1.6 for GO, they dropped 1.6 and have made it their priority to watch how "CS:GO unfolds". So far it's doing well. "In the end it's all valves fault when they decided to create new CS games that are supposed to compete with games like COD or BF instead of upgrading 1.6 with all the things that MOBA games of today have and so on." "Upgrading 1.6" is where you would go wrong unfortunately. Whilst I like CS:GO, Valve missed a few other tricks that could have made the game bigger. " They could have made the biggest e-sports game ever but the problem is that they have no clue at all about this stuff." Again you are wrong, yeah they have "no clue" yet have been in contact with all the pro teams through ESWC & DreamHack Winter where they let dev's attend. Hell they even invited pro players to test the game in it's early stages to Valve HQ. Not to mention their considerable presence within the DotA2 scene.... so yeah Valve have "no clue" about making huge successful "eSports titles".
2013-01-28 20:13
5 replies
Okay: ESWC 2012(CSGO): 18k viewers ESWC 2011(1.6): 50k viewers AMD Sapphire(CSGO): 5k viewers IEM prizemoney of all events: You always say that CSGO needs time like 1.6 to get big and get new players, let me explain why time won't help CSGO: There are a few players from CSS and 1.6 scene and also very little from COD4, but still the biggest viewernumber in CSGO was 18k. Now, where do you think that new players will come from? Half of the FPS players of today are fanatic COD and console players, they won't change to PC gaming because a console is just easier for them and simply because they are obsessed by their console games. Even though some people from CSS and 1.6 scene switched to GO, the peak on steam is the same as it was before CSGO's release: 1.6 61k CSS 43k CSGO 29k Also CSGO doesn't get promoted at all, almost only people who played CS before will find out about CSGO and most of them don't even like it and stuck with 1.6/CSS. So, can you tell me where new players that could make CSGO grow will come from? From mars? Lets get to the next issue. You say that upgrading 1.6 would be wrong. Well, today there are alot of free copys of Counter-Strike, like Crossfire for example. It has millions of players all over the world, because it got promoted over the internet as some free FPS game and thats what people want, I often see promotion about crossfire in my browser. But all these players are only casuals because the guys from crossfire don't inform their players about e-sports. Do you know why LoL got so big? It got promoted like crossfire, but LoL was supposed to be an e-sport game, they inform people about big events ingame, give them direct acces to streams. If valve would have brought us both of these things: promotion as a free FPS game and promotion about e-sports events that pop up ingame, then it would get tons of players just like crossfire and if these players get informed about e-sports ingame, then we have a huge e-sport game, like LoL. And at the beginning CSGO wasn't supposed to be an e-sport game, it was supposed to compete with games like COD, that is easy to see, just watch the trailer: Do you really think that this was supposed to be an e-sport game? Later they tried to make it valuable for e-sports because they got tons of e-mails from players how shitty CSGO is and that they need to make it more competitive.
2013-01-28 21:38
4 replies
Wow so I give you a cohesive argument, and then you litterally chat absolute crap about things you quite clearly don't know about. "And at the beginning CSGO wasn't supposed to be an e-sport game, it was supposed to compete with games like COD, that is easy to see, just watch the trailer:" That just says it all.
2013-01-28 22:04
3 replies
CSGO was basically not supposed to be an e-sport game. The problem is that you just can't face facts. I win.
2013-01-28 23:25
2 replies
"csgo was basically not supposed to be an eSport game". Yeah I'm sure VALVe flew over 20 different pro's, casters, important figure heads, and devs to not make it eSports. This is a quote from J3di who flew out to Seattle. "When we arrived at VALVe HQ we were told that we were there to test a new CS game which was in an early state of development. They wanted our thoughts on the competitive viability of some of the new ideas they were introducing, what they needed to improve on and what's missing."
2013-01-29 00:00
1 reply
I had to laugh with his "I win" xd
2013-01-30 19:02
The players aren't the one to quit, it's the manager and the crew above because they lose sponsors and their budget isn't what it use to be. CS:GO didn't killed 1.6. What killed 1.6 is CZ and CSS because VALVE intended to create new games instead of perfecting the one and only great competitive fps game of the 21st century.
2013-01-27 04:04
does lemondogs and lions sound familiar? in 2011 they made things interesting
2013-01-27 12:28
aww :'( so thankful that i could see mTw at least in 2010/2011, that Na'Vi vs. mTw finals were so epic, mTw were always so close to victory (but so unlucky), pity that they couldnt win some of them - everything would be a bit different... anyway, had nice time to see & experience these moments, thx mTw!
2013-01-27 02:59
1 reply
2013-01-27 12:33
i will never forget mTw as cs 1.6 team.
2013-01-27 03:05
sad day for esports, mTw <3
2013-01-27 03:15
I WILL miss this tag gg wp zonic ave sunde mJe whimp FOREVER.
2013-01-27 03:45
2 replies
Agreed, I still believe that sunde's awp will one day change the world.
2013-01-27 06:54
1 reply
it already changed :)
2013-01-27 09:07
SK is the next to close doors, reliable source :)
2013-01-27 03:56
1 reply
2013-01-27 14:35
Are some of mTw players gonna join another team? Cause you have some legit vets in that clan.
2013-01-27 04:01
After they lost the sc2 division i kinda saw this coming. Sc2 and LoL are pretty huge investments for teams these days. I hope they make a comeback. When they lost AMD as a main sponsor a few years back they still survived
2013-01-27 05:12
so sad... mTw was one of the most exciting teams to watch in 1.6. They always seemed to have close, nail-biting matches.
2013-01-27 05:20
Really hope they return in the future.
2013-01-27 05:57
oh.. that time.. I miss u.
2013-01-27 06:09
United States DarthBotto
One of the best organizations of all time! Thank you for all the good years!
2013-01-27 06:20
India c0rvus
mTw, we will never forget you.
2013-01-27 06:52
R.I.P 1.6 R.I.P mTw
2013-01-27 07:11
mTw | Sunde
2013-01-27 07:28
God, can anyone stand this retarded community anymore? If an earthquake happens somewhere on this planet IT MUST BE CSGO fault! If csgo was a problem, they would cut the squad and that will be it. The problem is much deaper and most certainly beyond your level of understanding.
2013-01-27 07:44
5 replies
Azerbaijan Talley
What do you expect from community which mostly consists of 15-16 years old kids?
2013-01-27 07:47
4 replies
2013-01-27 09:06
2013-01-27 12:02
2 replies
Azerbaijan Talley
2013-01-27 12:51
1 reply
2013-01-27 18:30
don't have more will to play 1.6 , this game is ruining
2013-01-27 07:54
2013-01-27 08:06
R.I.P. CS franchise
2013-01-27 08:53
rip MortalTeamWork :( we will miss u
2013-01-27 08:57
sad after 1-6 team retire MTW was nothing gl moddii and stinger
2013-01-27 09:03
3 replies
2013-01-27 10:11
+1 2 or 3 years ago, I would have expected at least 2k post, but none cares anymore. cs go was created to save cs scene they said it would be better and funnier than 1.6 they said
2013-01-27 10:19
1 reply
dammit.. sorry to bring ur comment from the dead but I had to reply (got here from snogard dragons shut down).. Remember back in the day when some big name retired/whatever it had like 500-600-1k or even more posts.. but.. nobody cares anymore :(( ur post is right on spot and it made me rly sad :( I miss the old days :((
2013-05-08 04:02
2013-01-27 09:05
Sad day
2013-01-27 09:18
Slovakia kubiaxk
sad for esport
2013-01-27 09:46
what a shame.. but better close than sell.
2013-01-27 09:51
mTw 4ever <3
2013-01-27 09:57
Na`Vi were like NIGHTMARE for mTw always... xD But anyway, sad...
2013-01-27 10:04
wow, thats sad, mTw from 2001/02 will remain as my all time favorite team
2013-01-27 10:14
It's sad. Thank you for nice game in 1.6 forever <3 . gg
2013-01-27 10:22
2013-01-27 10:38
sad :/
2013-01-27 10:39
time to say goodbye
2013-01-27 10:48
sad :(
2013-01-27 10:48
<3 mTw forever
2013-01-27 10:51
I really thought gaming was growing, sponsors are shit
2013-01-27 10:54
Slovakia j0fa
sad story :/
2013-01-27 11:08
Sigh, people and their blaming on CS:GO, gtfo. A shame to see mtw go, that clan tag was for me synonymous with CS for so many years, hope to see them return one day.
2013-01-27 11:16
Rip mtw you guys were truly truly amazing.
2013-01-27 11:17
RIP mTw, we had a great run =)
2013-01-27 11:18
Sad :(
2013-01-27 11:19
random delpan gets kicked out of sk = +1800 comments random delpan returns to sk = +2000 comments top3 team all time in gaming shuts down = <200 comments. cs:0 effect
2013-01-27 11:21
6 replies
Why not? Delpan - one of the greatest and most talented awpers (TOP1 aggressive awper) to ever play Counter-Strike for sure catches major attention and for some reason(s) upsets BIG TIME. Especially from madly rabid easternEU markl-fans - wich totally goes nuts and banans yelling: "Delpan SUCKS fucking jumping missing all shots, HE IS SO BAAAAD AND OVERRATED icant believe THIS!!!1111 WORST pro AWPER EVER!!!!!!!111"
2013-01-27 11:36
trace joins SK 2500 comments
2013-01-27 11:35
It doesnt matter how many comments some topic have, the point is simple. People with brains comment smart things on topics, and they do it one time only, morons on the other hand post one stupid thing and then stay to spam the topic with more stupid things, wich is the results of an 2500 comments on topic.
2013-01-27 11:48
2 replies
Spot on.
2013-01-27 11:52
ScreaM to join VeryGames? - Report (55 comments) top 2 team in cs;go = 55 comments. sk (top3 at that time) adds trace - 2400 comments ur argument is so fkin invalid=)
2013-01-27 16:26
random no namer posts shit on hltv. Average replies 10 :D
2013-05-08 05:18
mTw also WC3-Legendary orga.
2013-01-27 11:22 , the best respect for them.
2013-01-27 11:39
First SK now this ohh :S
2013-01-27 11:40
2 replies
SK didn't confirm any shutdown.
2013-01-27 12:06
1 reply
they did, to cs division ;)
2013-01-27 14:55
saaaad :(
2013-01-27 12:03
"Once again, we guarantee that if a sustainable existence is possible and if we can give our teams the support they need, mTw will be back." Hope so.
2013-01-27 12:08 Eventho its source, i really enjoy this clip by mtw!
2013-01-27 12:12
2013-01-27 12:23
mTw 1.6 <3
2013-01-27 12:24
sad, GG.
2013-01-27 12:24
Even if I know that this was German organisation, I will always think about Denmark when someone will say mTw.
2013-01-27 12:27
3 replies
World breezy0
because you are newfag hehehe :)))
2013-01-27 13:57
2 replies
What? I just loved that Danish division which dominated in 2008.
2013-01-27 15:45
1 reply
danish division always dominated over every cs division they ever had.
2013-01-30 15:14
2013-01-27 12:33
Sad :/
2013-01-27 12:37
Begins the end of CSGO
2013-01-27 12:43 = fan l0lz
2013-01-27 12:47
So sad.
2013-01-27 13:06
thank you :)
2013-01-27 13:20
thx steel hudzG hope noone picks you once
2013-01-27 13:21
2013-01-27 13:21
2013-01-27 13:50
Norway billson
sad day for esport :(
2013-01-27 14:09
Very sad.
2013-01-27 14:09
Such a tragedy.
2013-01-27 14:27
can someone do a tribute video? would be great!
2013-01-27 14:34
Asia winqwinq
That ave's deagle round against navi...takes me back to the golden days of CS of the best comeback matchs ive ever seen hats off to mTw!!!
2013-01-27 14:37
A sad day for CS fans indeed, a sad day for the sport in general. From the many years of activity in the scene, to the great moments / performances / memories mTw has given to us, the community. You will be missed, but you will forever have fans.
2013-01-27 14:55
2013-01-27 15:02
fucked up nmews.. really :/
2013-01-27 16:23
To be fair, it's the model that they tried to sustain which was by far implausible. They forgot they are a esports organization and more of a football club, the cs go squad had members so many various countries. Getting steel to fly down from Canada,moddi from Sweden, HudzG from the UK, nooky from Germany and various others. Plus they had a 5,000 pound buyout clause for the time they signed weber in Source. To top it off, they signed tweedayy to make their movies. They were not realistic and this happened to them, should be a lesson for all organizations.
2013-01-27 16:24
That's sad. It was a great org. And everybody remembers
2013-01-27 16:27
I've just done some research: -------- 2000 (cracken, NyKoN, Scorp, speiky, Wirsing) 3rd at Babbage's CPL event 3rd at CPL Cologne --------- 2001 (hazz, markus, giants, koj, ash) 2nd at WCG (XeqtR, Notorious, Gozie, smurfah, Souledge) 3rd at CPL World Championship --------- 2002 (cracken, hazz, giant, koj, ash) 1st at LAN Arena 7 (Filur, fisker, ahl, brunk, ScreaM) 2nd at CPL Oslo (ahl, Filur, fisker, SpawN, ScreaM) 2nd MindTrek LAN
2013-01-27 16:50
I enter the site after a few months of being inactive and I see this. Always like mTw, this sucks.
2013-01-27 18:01
so i lived to see this one too...soo sad
2013-01-27 18:51
thanks 4 all mTw
2013-01-27 21:19
Hungary sprayK1NG
I've been following the professional sence since 2008, and that undiscribealbe teamplay of made me crazy after every single match. ( ave, minet, zonic, Sunde, trace and mJe ) you guys are legends! Thank you for all the show u did for the ppl :) GG WP
2013-01-27 23:45
so sad...
2013-01-28 00:03
Tnx for every thing mtw :/
2013-01-28 09:33
2013-01-28 23:57
just sad.
2013-01-29 11:16
2013-01-29 22:57
thanks mTw
2013-01-30 18:43
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