All You Need to Know About Copenhagen Games 2017

All You Need to Know About Copenhagen Games 2017

copenhagen games 2017 guide

Two separate tournaments will be held at Copenhagen Games 2017. The main event for males and another competition for females consisting a smaller prize-pool. The event kicks off this Thursday, April 13th.


Main event: $54,000
Female: $15,000


The list of attendance for Copenhagen Games 2017 female has already been completed. But the main event still has an offline qualifier to be played to determine the last eight teams. Right now, seven teams have received an invitation and an eight team that won a spot though “Team Plantronics Challenge”.

Teams (main event): dreamchasers, Tricked, NRG, BIG, LDLC, fnatic academy, Epsilon and Platonics Challenge.

Females: Athletico fe, Red Reserve fe, ROG fe, MASY, Maestro fe, London Conspiracy fe, Royal Bandits fe, Main Street fe, Secret fe, WickedYouth fe, ZEST, Vexed fe, silhouette, Shark fe, LGB fe, LDLC fe, Devine fe, Dignitas fe, Crowns fe, Crew fe, Bad Monkey, dizLown fe, doyoueven fe, expert fe, fm!Ladies, Exotic fe, eSport Engine, EHOME.Famale, ALSEN fe.

Teams to look out for

There are a few interesting names among the invited teams. One example is the formerly banned Joel “Emilio” Mako, competing with mix team “Dreamchasers”. Which also consists of well-known players Pyth, Pronax, Twist and znajder. We also see a familiar face in Devilwalk, now playing for Epsilon. Two other contenders for the title in Copenhagen are LDLC and the young talents in fnatic Academy.

Host & Casters

The crew that will guide the viewers and audience through the tournament are the host Simen “warclwon” Henriksen, five casters with “natu” ex-NiP coach, being one of the more familiar names. We’ll also get to see a comeback from old school caster Niels “rizc” Topp.

Copenhagen Games 2017 Betting Tips

It’s always hard to predict a winner in a mid-tier tournament, but fnatic Academy, LDLC and dreamchasers are up there. As for now, no match-ups have been revealed. However, odds and matches will soon be available on recommended sites Betway and bet365.

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