k23

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[e][h]k23
Team Information
Location:
Sponsor:
Arbalet
Total Earnings:
$75,432

Timeline[edit]

  • September - Kazakh players, most notable from Gambit and Tengri come together to play under the k23 name again for WESG 2016.
  • December - The players from Gambit are unable to play in the finals as they are preparing for the ELEAGUE Major.[5] As such, there are significant changes in the squad and the Kazakh's ultimately finish 9-12th at the finals held in China.

Player Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

WESG 2016
ID Name
Kazakhstan AdreN (Qualifiers)
Dauren Kystaubayev
Kazakhstan mou (Qualifiers)
Rustem Tlepov
Kazakhstan HObbit (Qualifiers)
Abay Khasenov
Kazakhstan keeN
Adlet Nyrseytov
Kazakhstan fitch
Bektiyar Bahytov
Kazakhstan Ramz1k
Ramazan Bashizov
Kazakhstan dreaM Yevgeniy Bogatyrev
Kazakhstan fANTASTIKA Magzhan Temirbolat
Kazakhstan cau (Coach)
Ilnar Galeev
Temporary stand-ins
ID Name Replacing ID Name Tournament(s)
Kazakhstan dreaM   Yevgeniy Bogatyrev
Kazakhstan keeN Adlet Nyrseytov WESG 2016 Asia Pacific Finals
Kazakhstan fANTASTIKA   Magzhan Temirbolat
Kazakhstan fitch Bektiyar Bahytov WESG 2016 Asia Pacific Finals
GameGune 2012 Lineup
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
Kazakhstan AdreN Dauren Kystaubayev 2012-07-17 Virtus.pro
Kazakhstan beAst Alexander Yakovlev 2012-07-17 dAT Team
Kazakhstan N1ck3L Malik Sualirov 2012-07-17 UNiTED
Kazakhstan keeN Adlet Nyrseytov 2012-07-17 LoG
Kazakhstan dastan Dastan Akbaev 2012-07-17 LoG
Former Squad
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
Kazakhstan AdreN Dauren Kystaubayev 2009-11-21 [4] UNiTED
Kazakhstan Anv1k Anvar Nassyrov 2009-11-21 [4] zARLANS
Kazakhstan beAst Alexander Yakovlev 2009-11-03 [3] 2009-11-21 [4] dAT Team
Kazakhstan mou Rustem Tlepov 2009-11-03 [3] 2009-11-21 [4] NEXT.kz
Kazakhstan N1ck3L Malik Sualirov 2009-11-21 [4] UNiTED
Former Players
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
Kazakhstan MihaO Mikhail Makashev 2009-11-03 [3]
Kazakhstan Turbo Alysher Bakyev 2009-08-09 [2] 2009-11-03 [3]
Kazakhstan beAst Alexander Yakovlev 2009-08-05 [1] k23
WCG 2005 Lineup
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
Kazakhstan AdreN Dauren Kystaubayev k23
Kazakhstan Anv1k Anvar Nassyrov k23
Kazakhstan beAst Alexander Yakovlev k23
Kazakhstan Nur1k
Kazakhstan Solaar Aset Sembiev k23

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2016-11-13 A11st A2Major WESG 2016 Asia Pacific Finals 2 : 0 $29,339.93
2010-08-29 A22nd A3Minor ASUS Open Summer 2010 0 : 2 $4,885
2009-10-24 A55 - 6th A1Premier IEM IV Global Challenge Dubai 3/0/2 Grp. S. $1,000
2009-10-03 A99 - 12th A1Premier IEM IV Global Challenge Chengdu 0/1/1 Grp. S. $1,000
2009-08-29 A22nd A3Minor ASUS Open Summer 2009 14 - 16 $2,370.98
2009-07-26 A11st A1Premier WEG e-Stars 2009 - Continental Cup 16 - 4 $7,222
2009-05-23 A33rd A3Minor ASUS Open Spring 2009 2 : 1 $1,923.09
2009-02-22 A33rd A3Minor ASUS Winter Cup 2009 2 : 0 $1,620
2007-08-26 A55 - 8th A3Minor ASUS Open Summer 2007 1 : 2 $1,071
2005-10-20 A22nd A1Premier World Cyber Games 2005 0 : 2 $25,000
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 MIRAA (2009-08-05). "beAst exits k23". hltv.org.
  2. 2.0 2.1 MIRAA (2009-08-09). "k23 pick up Turbo". hltv.org.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 MIRAA (2009-11-03). "k23 change two for WCG". hltv.org.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 MIRAA (2009-11-21). "Virtus.pro announce disbandment". hltv.org.
  5. Eugene dreaM Bogatyrev (2016-12-12). "k23 lineup for @WESGcom Global Finals".