Copenhagen Wolves

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[e][h]Copenhagen Wolves
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Team Information
Bruno "GizmomcS" Calapez
Henrik "Didrik" Roikjer
Player Breakdown
Number of Players:
Picon small.png 0
Ticon small.png 0
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Recent Player Trades:
2014-02-21 - Bunny leaves.


Copenhagen Wolves is a Danish organisation well known in the Counter-Strike and League of Legends scenes. On the 19th of January 2012, they signed an all-Danish StarCraft 2 team, with some of the best players in the country.

The team disbanded in May 2012 after their players went inactive, but it returned to StarCraft II near the beginning of Heart of the Swarm with an academy roster.


  • March 8, Copenhagen Wolves announced their partnership with Adidas.[2]
  • March 9, two members of Copenhagen Wolves' SC2 Academy are announced. The first player, Sonder, was chosen after winning HKLAN 2013. The second player, Bunny was chosen after winning 2013 Winter. Four more contracted players will be revealed later on.[3][4]
  • March 28, Avekatten and Heshla join the Wolves Academy.[5]
  • March 29, The whole team went to compete at Copenhagen Games 2013. Bunny, Sonder, and Avekatten won the tournament taking 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively. Heshla was defeated in the 2nd groupstage.
  • April 8, The winner of the open tournament organised by Copenhagen Wolves to recruit a fifth player was announced to be SpaceMarine.[6]
  • April 26, The sixth and final recruit for the Copenhagen Wolves Academy is Zerg player Storm, who earned his spot through a community vote.[7]
  • November 3rd, Thorminator is recruited, whilst SpaceMarine is transferred to Core Gaming.[8]
  • January 19, Ciara, CupCake and StrinterN become the first Copenhagen Wolves recruits.[9]
  • May, The StarCraft II team is not displayed on the team's website anymore, while CupCake joined myRevenge, leading to the assumption that the team has been dissolved.

Player Roster[edit]


ID Name Join Date Leave Date Duration New Team
dkDenmark zZicon small.png Avekatten Andreas Lykholt Svendsen 28 March 2013 21 February 2014 11 months -
dkDenmark tTicon small.png Heshla Tom Lauge 28 March 2013 21 February 2014 11 months -
dkDenmark zZicon small.png Sonder Niels Flyger 29 March 2013 21 February 2014 11 months -
dkDenmark zZicon small.png Storm Morten Storm 26 April 2013 21 February 2014 10 months Ldnconlogo std.png London Conspiracy
dkDenmark zZicon small.png Thorminator Thor Bagge 3 November 2013 21 February 2014 3 months Karnage esports std.png Karnage eSports
dkDenmark tTicon small.png Bunny Patrick Brix 9 March 2013 21 February 2014 11 months Liquid2017logo std.png Team Liquid
dkDenmark pPicon small.png SpaceMarine Suayb Köse 8 April 2013 3 November 2013 7 months Corelogo std.png Core Gaming
dkDenmark pPicon small.png StrinterN Dennis Christensen 19 January 2012 Teamreplikalogo std.png Team Replika
dkDenmark pPicon small.png CupCake Thomas Glinski 19 January 2012 Myrevengelogo std.png myRevenge
dkDenmark zZicon small.png Ciara René Krag 19 January 2012 Derailed std.png Derailed

Highlight Videos[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. Liquid`Nazgul (21 February 2014). "Welcome MaNa and Bunny!".
  2. iLLeGaL (2013-03-08). "WOLVES IS ALL IN". Retrieved 2013-03-10.
  3. iLLeGaL (2013-03-09). "Wolves SC2 Academy: details inside". Retrieved 2013-03-10.
  4. Denmark SilaZ (2013-03-09). "Bunny og Sonder til Copenhagen Wolves". Retrieved 2013-03-10.
  5. Denmark Chanel (2013-03-28). "StarCraft II: Player announcement". Retrieved 2013-03-28.
  6. StoneD (2013-04-08). "StarCraft II: Player announcement – Tournament winner SpaceMarine". Retrieved 2013-04-16.
  7. StoneD (2013-04-26). "SC2 Academy: Bunny moves up + last player found!". Retrieved 2013-04-28.
  8. Copenhagen Wolves (2013-11-03). "One in; one out for the StarCraft II team". Retrieved 2013-11-03.
  9. "Copenhagen Wolves ventures into StarCraft 2" January 19th 2012. Thread on