Carey "frozt" Kertenian confirms attendance at Copenhagen Games after 4Nothing joined forces with It's Gosu to revive formerly disbanded Quantic Gaming.
On February 2nd, It's Gosu and 4Nothing announced a merger which aimed to revive Quantic Gaming disbanded in December 2012. This also concerns the current North American ESEA Invite champions who lost Sean "sgares" Gares, seeing him replaced by Carey "frozt" Kertenian in early January.
The only European tournament 4Nothing attended was last year's ESWC under the name Area51 where the team immediately gained international recognition after taking bronze medals and a $4,000 cheque to their homes.
It took only a month for them to find a new organisation as they moved to 4Nothing and hoped for a brighter future when it comes to attending tournaments held in Europe. Recent merger of 4Nothing, Quantic Gaming and It's Gosu only solidified the chances of seeing the world cup's bronze medalists on more major tournaments.
The most recent addition of former 4Nothing, Carey "frozt" Kertenian, also assured the fans on his Twitter that they will be able to follow his team at Copenhagen Games in late March.
Sam "DaZeD" Marine
Spencer "hiko" Martin
Kory "semphis" Friesen
Trey "tck" Martin
Carey "frozt" Kertenian
Quantic currently hold 2nd place in the North American ESEA Invite Season 13 with 7 wins and 2 losses to Team Dynamic and MonoManiac, and will be present at €33,000 Copenhagen Games which will run from March 27th-31st.