ESports doors closed for the Copenhagen Wolves

Reported on June 7th 2016, Copenhagen Wolves has come to an end. Denmarks oldest eSports organization has shut its doors as responsibilities enclosed by alternate organizations became more widespread. The team has predominantly participated in Counter Strike, League of Legends, DOTA 2. With neighboring teams like Fnatic and Ninjas in Pyjamas, Copenhagen Wolves defended their honor in Scandinavia.

The official announcement made by the founder of Copenhagen Wolves, Jakob Lund Kristensen, mentioned that the team and its founders have other tasks in eSports organizations due to which they are unable to give the team the time it deserves.

With both proprietors of the organization completely occupied with different undertakings, and Ninjas in Pajamas being one of the most established brands in eSports, it’s nothing unexpected that the consideration of the proprietors got to be soaked between taking care of obligations between both organizations.

Throughout the years, both figured out how to make a standout amongst the most polarizing brands in Danish e-wear additionally a standout amongst the most questionable. Along these lines, both feel a significant feeling of pride while considering all the amazingly skilled individuals they encouraged and climb the e-sports world.

Astralis and Ninjas in Pyjamas are the two eSports organizations that seem to be getting more attention of the owners of Copenhagen Wolves. Before it winded, Copenhagen Wolves had teams for CS:GO and LoL who are now in search for a new home due to not being sold before shutting down. As CS:GO grows beyond measure, the owners of Copenhagen have their focus on two of the huge Scandinavian teams that are currently contesting in several global tournaments.

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