SK Gaming

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[e][h]SK Gaming
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Team Information
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Player Breakdown
Number of Players
6
History
Created:
1997 – Organization founding 2014-10-30 – Hearthstone division

Overview[edit]

SK Gaming is one of the oldest names in electronic sports, based out of Germany and best known for its Counter-Strike successes. SK Gaming consists of the following divisions:

  • Hearthstone
  • Counter Strike: Global Offensive
  • League of Legends
  • Quake III
  • World of Warcraft
  • Rocket League
  • Vainglory
  • Sports

History[edit]

  • October 30th - SK Gaming starts Hearthstone division with Numberguy.[7]
  • December 2nd - Kaor joins the team.[8]
  • December 11th - RenieHouR joins the team.[9]

Player Roster[edit]

Active[edit]

ID Name Join Date 2015 2016 2017
Spain AKAWonder Esteban Serrano 2015-01-13 A33 - 4th DreamHack 2015/Summer A55 - 8th 2016_Hearthstone_Championship_Tour/Spring/Europe
Poland Zetalot Dawid Skalski 2015-05-21 A99 - 16th DreamHack 2015/Winter

Former[edit]

ID Name Join Date Departure New Team
Sweden Spo Sebastian Sjöbäck 2015-05-11 2016-12-29
Sweden Powder Harald Gimre 2015-12-30 2016-12-29 Alliancelogo2016 std.png Alliance
Sweden Freakeh Jesper Ericsson 2015-05-11 2016-12-29
Sweden MartinCreek Martin Bäcklund 2015-05-11 2016-12-29
Italy Kaor Riccardo Giammanco 2014-12-02 2015-03-30 retired
South Korea RenieHouR Junghwan Lee 2014-12-11 2015-07-31
Denmark Numberguy Filip Samuelsen 2014-10-30 2015-12-31 retired
Sweden Airbrushed Anton Bystedt 2015-05-11 2015-12-31 retired

Achievements[edit]

Individual Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Player Tier Tournament Prize
2016-04-17 A11st Sweden Powder A2Major The Deck Gauntlet powered by stream.me $2,277
2017-03-18 A11st Spain AKAWonder A2Major ONOG Major Circuit Austin 2017 $4,000
2016-03-05 A11st Spain AKAWonder A2Major ESL Hearthstone Legendary Series 2016 - Katowice $5,000
2016-03-27 A33 - 4th Sweden Powder A1Premier Insomnia57 - Truesilver Championship II $2,500
2016-05-14 A11st South Korea RenieHouR A2Major Hearthstone BattleRoyal - Korea vs Japan: Korean Tournament $2,600
2015-11-21 A33 - 4th Spain AKAWonder A1Premier Gamegune 2015 $3,222
2016-11-19 A33 - 4th Spain AKAWonder A1Premier GameGune 2016 $3,165
2015-10-04 A11st Sweden Spo A2Major GIGACON Prime 2015 Hearthstone $4,871
2015-06-15 A33 - 4th Spain AKAWonder A1Premier DreamHack Summer 2015 $5,000
2016-06-12 A55 - 8th Spain AKAWonder A1Premier 2016 HCT - Europe Spring Championship $5,000
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

References[edit]

  1. Irena "curlychan" Pencheva (2016-12-29). "SK Gaming 2017 Hearthstone Update". www.sk-gaming.com.
  2. Irena "curlychan" Pencheva (2015-01-13). "AKAWonder to Join SK Hearthstone". www.sk-gaming.com.
  3. SuperHofmann (2015-03-30). "Kaor retires". www.liquidhearth.com.
  4. Sumodin (2015-05-11). "Former Darkstar members join SK Gaming". www.gosugamers.net.
  5. Matthieist (2015-05-21). "Zetalot joins SK Gaming". www.gosugamers.net.
  6. Irena "curlychan" Pencheva (2015-12-31). "SK Hearthstone in 2016". www.sk-gaming.com.
  7. Hayl Storm (2014-10-30). "Numberguy joins SK Gaming". www.liquidhearth.com.
  8. SuperHofmann (2014-12-02). "Kaor joins SK Gaming". www.liquidhearth.com.
  9. Irena "curlychan" Pencheva (2014-12-11). "RenieHouR to Join SK Hearthstone". www.sk-gaming.com. Retrieved 2014-12-12.