SK Ladies

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[e][h]SK Ladies
Team Information
Region:
Sponsor:
Total Earnings:
$64,000
Links
History
Created:
2003
Disbanded:
2010

SK Gaming is a German eSports organization. Founded in 1997 under the name "Schroet Kommando" in Oberhausen, Germany, it has since then grown into one of the largest and most well-known eSports organizations in the world, and they are primarily known for their hugely successful Counter-Strike team.

History[edit]

  • March 20th - SK Gaming announce a new female team. [1]
  • November 24th - aNouC announces that AurorA and Atalante are no longer part of the team and that SK Ladies are looking for new players.[2]
  • December 2nd - SK Ladies presents 6 new players.[3]
  • January 16th - SK Ladies leaves the organization.[4]

Player Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

Former Squad
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
USA ali Alice Lew 2010-12-22 UBINITED
USA bENITA Benita Novshadian 2010-12-22 UBINITED
USA jso Jennifer So 2010-12-22 UBINITED
USA potter Christine Chi 2009-05-04 2010-12-22 UBINITED
Canada missharvey Stephanie Harvey 2009-05-04 2010-12-22 UBINITED
Former Players
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
Canada CaTh Catherine Leroux-Racette 2009-05-04
USA lidy Lidia Poulin 2009-05-04
USA bENITA Benita Novshadian 2009-05-04
USA Cupcakes Mel Gribben 2009-05-04
USA potter Christine Chi 2009-01-?? PMS Clan
USA jane Jane Wie 2009-01-?? Inactive
Former Squad
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
Sweden Tess 2003-03-20 [1] 2004-01-16[4]
France IvY Amanda Charbonnel 2003-03-20 [1] 2004-01-16[4]
Norway MissHyper Line Marie Haug 2003-03-20 [1] 2004-01-16[4]
Spain aNouC Ana Oliveras 2003-03-20 [1] 2004-01-16[4]
Sweden Malin 2003-12-20 [3] 2004-01-16[4]
Austria go7hic 2003-12-20 [3] 2004-01-16[4]
Sweden Zobiria 2003-12-20 [3] 2004-01-16[4]
Austria Trinity 2003-12-20 [3] 2004-01-16[4]
Denmark zeleNa Sofie Sandager 2003-12-20 [3] 2004-01-16[4]
Russia Vixen 2003-12-20 [3] 2004-01-16[4]
Former Players
ID Name Join Date Leave Date New Team
Denmark AurorA Louise Thomsen 2003-03-20 [1] 2003-11-24[2]
France Atalante 2003-03-20 [1] 2003-11-24[2]


Team Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2010-07-04 A11st A2Major ESWC 2010 Women 2 : 0 $14,000
2010-05-02 A11st A2Major Arbalet Ukraine 2010 Women 2 : 1 $10,000
2008-08-27 A11st A2Major ESWC 2008 Women 2 : 0 $13,000
2008-07-06 A22nd A1Premier Electronic Sports World Cup Masters of Paris Women 16 - 12 $5,000
2007-07-08 A11st A2Major ESWC 2007 Women 2 : 0 $15,000
2006-07-02 A44th A2Major ESWC 2006 Women 13 - 16 $4,000
2003-07-12 A11st A2Major ESWC 2003 Women $3,000
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Tomas 'samot' Hansson (2009-09-15). "SK skaffar damlag * " [SK gets a female team] (in Sweden Swedish). FragBite.se.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Johan 'Fajri' (2009-11-24). "SK.ladies möblerar om " [SK.ladies rearranging the furniture] (in Sweden Swedish). FragBite.se.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 blejd (2009-12-02). "SK presenterar sitt nya damlag " [SK presents new ladies team] (in Sweden Swedish). FragBite.se.
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 Olof 'hawg' Haglund (2009-12-02). "SK.Ladies lämnar huvudorganisationen " [SK.Ladies leaves the organization] (in Sweden Swedish). FragBite.se.