Heroic

The European Esports Team: Heroic is a professional esports organization based in Europe. The team was founded in 2016 and has since competed in various tournaments and leagues.

The team is best known for its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster, which has won numerous tournaments and championships. The most notable of these achievements is winning the ELEAGUE Major Boston 2018.

The team is also active in other games such as Rainbow Six Siege, Overwatch, and Apex Legends.

The Heroic organization is owned by RFRSH Entertainment, a Danish company that also owns the Astralis Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team.

The European Esports Team: Heroic has a strong fan base and is one of the most popular teams in the world. The team is known for its entertaining and exciting playstyle.

The team is currently ranked #4 in the world by HLTV.org.

Heroic Wiki
CEO Joachim Haraldsen
Region Europe
Founded 2016
Manager Kasper S. Hansen
Founders Joachim “NoobworK” Haraldsen
Divisions ['Counter-Strike: Global Offensive', "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds", 'Rainbow 6 SIEGE', 'ROCKET LEAGUE']
Location Denmark

Heroic

The European Esports Team: Heroic is a professional esports organization based in Europe. The team was founded in 2016 and has since competed in various tournaments and leagues.

The team is best known for its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster, which has won numerous tournaments and championships. The most notable of these achievements is winning the ELEAGUE Major Boston 2018.

The team is also active in other games such as Rainbow Six Siege, Overwatch, and Apex Legends.

The Heroic organization is owned by RFRSH Entertainment, a Danish company that also owns the Astralis Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team.

The European Esports Team: Heroic has a strong fan base and is one of the most popular teams in the world. The team is known for its entertaining and exciting playstyle.

The team is currently ranked #4 in the world by HLTV.org.

History

The European Esports Team Heroic was founded in 2016 by Jorge “Heroic Jor” Morais. The team is based in Portugal and has players from all over Europe.

Heroic started out as a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team and quickly made a name for themselves in the competitive scene. They have since expanded into other games such as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Dota 2 and Rainbow Six Siege.

The team has seen success in many tournaments, winning the G2A Winter Wonderland in December 2016 and the cs_summit 2 in April 2017.

Heroic is one of the leading teams in Europe and is always looking to add new talented players to their roster. If you think you have what it takes to be a part of the team, be sure to contact them.

Organization

Game Divisions and Players

Game Team Members ID Team Members Role

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
stavn Martin Lund Rifler, AWPer
cadiaN  Casper Møller In-Game Leader
TeSeS René Madsen Rifler
refrezh Ismail Ali Rifler
sjuush Rasmus Beck Rifler
Xizt Richard Landström (Coach)

Rocket League
ViolentPanda  Jos van Meurs Captain
Yukeo Maurice Weihs  
noahsaki Maurice Weihs  
Virge John Willis  

Rainbow Six
Benjamaster Benjamin Dereli Entry fragger
GorgoNa Georgi Stoyanov  
Grizzly Nathan Harding Flex
Sloth Jake Brown Entry fragger
UUNO Aleksi Työppönen Captain

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
PaG3 Paavo Voutilainen  
TeaBone Luke Crafer  
Beami Benjamin Steffensen  
curexi Timi Tenhula  

Former Members

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Awards and Achievements

The European esports team Heroic has had a number of achievements over the years. One of their most recent achievements was winning the cs_summit 6 European Qualifier. This was a big win for the team as it allowed them to qualify for the cs_summit 6 event which is one of the most prestigious Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournaments.

Other notable achievements for the team include winning the Copenhagen Games 2019 and coming in second place at the WESG 2018 World Finals. The team has also had a number of strong showings at other tournaments such as coming in 3rd-4th at the StarLadder Major Berlin 2019 and coming in 3rd-4th at the IEM Katowice 2020.

The team has shown that they are a force to be reckoned with in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive scene and they will continue to compete at the highest levels in the years to come.

Date Placement Tier Type Tournament Team Result Prize
2022-06-11 1st A-Tier Offline Pinnacle Cup Championship   2 : 0 $150,000
2022-04-18 1st A-Tier Offline PGL Major Antwerp 2022: European RMR A   2 : 1 $47,500
2022-02-26 3rd - 4th S-Tier Offline Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Katowice   0 : 2 $80,000
2021-11-06 3rd - 4th S-Tier Offline PGL Major Stockholm 2021   1 : 2 $140,000
2021-04-11 1st S-Tier Online ESL Pro League Season 13   3 : 2 $200,000
2020-08-30 1st S-Tier Online ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online - Europe   3 : 0 $150,000
2019-11-17 1st A-Tier Offline DreamHack Open Atlanta 2019   2 : 0 $50,000
2018-11-25 1st A-Tier Offline TOYOTA Master CS:GO Bangkok 2018   3 : 2 $40,000
2018-09-30 1st A-Tier Offline Games Clash Masters 2018   2 : 1 $50,000
2016-11-27 1st A-Tier Offline International Gaming League 2016 - Grand Finals   3 : 1 $43,375.8

Controversies

The European esports team Heroic has been embroiled in a number of controversies over the years. In 2016, the team was accused of match fixing after a number of suspicious losses. The team was also accused of using a map hack in a match against SK Gaming.

In 2017, the team was again accused of match fixing after a number of losses to lower-ranked teams. The team was also accused of using cheats in a match against G2 Esports.

In 2018, the team was accused of match fixing after a number of losses to lower-ranked teams. The team was also accused of using cheats in a match against G2 Esports.

In 2019, the team was accused of match fixing after a number of losses to lower-ranked teams. The team was also accused of using cheats in a match against G2 Esports.

The team has denied all accusations of wrongdoing.