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styla
Game
FIFA

Peak of success
2005

Notable achievements
DE 1st ESL PRO Series IX 1on1 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO Series X 1on1 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO Series XI 1on1 - Cologne
FR 1st Euro Cyber Games 2003 - Paris
KR 1st World Cyber Games 2003 - Seoul
SI 1st World Cyber Games 2005 - Singapore
DE 1st Samsung Euro Championship 2006 - Hannover
DE 1st ESL PRO Series IV - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO Series VIII - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO Series IX 5on5 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO Series X 5on5 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO Series XI 5on5 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO Series XII 5on5 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO Series XIII 5on5 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL Pro Series XVI 3on3 - Cologne

About this professional gamer
Dennis Schellhase also known as SK.sty!a joined SK Gaming with his brother and won probably almost anything a professional gamer can win in a electronic sports career. Amongst all of his national solo and team titles Dennis was able to win the World Cyber Games title in Seoul in 2003 but also the gold medal, again at the World Cyber Games, in Singapore 2005.

From seasons VII to XVI of the EPS the FIFA twins collectively won five 1on1 titles, with Styla grabbing three and hero two. Styla's three all impressively came in consecutive seasons. Meanwhile from seasons IV to XVI they were crowned EPS team champions an incredible nine times, including a streak of seven titles in a row. hero was named Most Valuable Player of the EPS in both seasons VIII and X. Across the span of 2004 to 2008 each received two nominations for the E-sports award in the category of "International Player of the year".

hero
Game
FIFA

Peak of success
2007

Notable achievements
DE 2nd ESL PRO SERIES IX 1on1 - Cologne
DE 2nd ESL PRO SERIES X 1on1 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO SERIES XII 1on1 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL Pro Series XVI 1on1 - Cologne
KR 2nd World Cyber Games 2003 - Seoul
IT 1st World Cyber Games 2006 - Monza
US 1st World Cyber Games 2007 - Seattle
CN 2nd World Cyber Games 2009 - Chengdu
DE 1st ESL PRO SERIES VIII 5on5 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO SERIES IX 5on5 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO SERIES X 5on5 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO SERIES XI 5on5 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO SERIES XII 5on5 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL PRO SERIES XIII 5on5 - Cologne
DE 1st ESL Pro Series XVI 3on3 - Cologne

About this professional gamer
Daniel Schellhase also known as SK.hero joined SK Gaming with his brother and won probably almost anything a professional gamer can win in a electronic sports career. Amongst all of his national solo and team titles Daniel was able to win the World Cyber Games title in Monza in 2006 but also the gold medal, again at the World Cyber Games, in Seattle 2007.

From seasons VII to XVI of the EPS the FIFA twins collectively won five 1on1 titles, with Styla grabbing three and hero two. Styla's three all impressively came in consecutive seasons. Meanwhile from seasons IV to XVI they were crowned EPS team champions an incredible nine times, including a streak of seven titles in a row. hero was named Most Valuable Player of the EPS in both seasons VIII and X. Across the span of 2004 to 2008 each received two nominations for the E-sports award in the category of "International Player of the year".

walle
Game
Counter-Strike

Peak of success
2008

Notable achievements
SE 1st World Cyber Games 2008 Finals - Skellefteå
RU 2nd Kode 5 Finals 2008 - Moscow
US 1st Extreme Masters III Global Challenge 2008 - Los Angeles
CA 2nd Extreme Masters III Global Challenge 2008 - Montreal
SE 1st IOL Season 1 Final - Stockholm
SE 1st DreamHack Winter 2008 - Jönköping
SE 1st Arbalet Cup Europe 2009 - Stockholm
CN 1st Extreme Masters 4 Global Challenge 2010 - Chengdu
KR 1st IEF 2009 - Seoul
SE 1st DreamHack 2009 - Gothenborg
DE 1st Samsung Euro Championship 2010 - Berlin
FI 1st World Cyber Games 2010 Nordic - Helsinki
SE 1st IOL 2010 Finals - Stockholm
SE 1st IOL season 2 Final 4 2010 - Stockholm
UA 2nd Arbalet Cup Best of 4 2010 – Kiew


About this professional gamer
Dennis Wallenberg known as walle was one of the most successful Swedish Counter-Strike 1.6 players. Coming from the notorious team NiP (Ninjas in Pyjamas), walle was incredibly famous for his untouchable sniper skills with the weapon AWP. Besides that, Dennis was the ingame leader of the SK Gaming CS team for over 3 years and helped the team achieve numerous medals over the years of his active professional gaming career. Walle played for SK between 2007 and 2010.

Kr0ne
Game
FIFA

Peak of success
2010

Notable achievements
DE 1st ESL Pro Series Season X Finals - Cologne
DE 1st ESL Pro Series Season XII Finals - Cologne
DE 1st ESL Pro Series Season XIII Finals - Cologne
DE 2nd ESL Sports Fußball Meisterschaft Pre-Season Finals - Cologne
CN 1st World Cyber Games 2009 - Chengdu
DE 1st World Cyber Games 2010 Germany Finals - Leipzig
DE 1st Samsung Europeon Championship 2010 - Berlin
DE 1st ESL Pro Series Season XVI Finals - Cologne
DE 1st ESL Pro Series Season XVII Finals - Cologne

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About this professional gamer
Joshua played for the SK Gaming FIFA division for almost half a decade and proved to be one of the best virtual soccer players globally. Amongst several EPS titles he enjoyed with Dennis 'styla' Schellhase and Daniel 'hero' Schellhase, Joshua was able to win the World Cyber Games in Chengdu, China 2009, and take home the gold medal at the Samsung Europeon Championship 2010 in Berlin, Germany. Joshua was member of SK Gaming between 2006 and 2010.

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SpawN
Game
Counter-Strike

Peak of success
2005

Notable achievements
DK 1st Cyberathlete Professional League 2003 - Copenhagen
US 1st Cyberathlete Professional League Winter 2003 - Dallas
KR 1st World Cyber Games 2003 - Seoul
US 1st Cyberathlete Professional League Summer 2005 - Dallas
US 1st Cyberathlete Professional League Winter 2005 - Dallas
IT 1st Kode 5 Italy - Bozen
US 1st VSports AllStar 2006 - Los Angeles
US 1st Samsung Euro Championship 2007 - Hanover
RU 2nd Kode 5 Finals 2008 - Moscow
US 1st Extreme Masters III Global Challenge 2008 - Los Angeles
CA 2nd Extreme Masters III Global Challenge 2008 - Montreal
SE 1st IOL Season 1 Final 2008 - Stockholm
SE 1st DreamHack Winter 2008 - Jönköping

About this professional gamer
Abdisamad Mohamed also known as SpawN was one of the most successful Counter-Strike 1.6 players in the world. His greatest achievements were winning three CPL events during his career, the World Cyber Games 2003 aswell as the CPL 2005 Summer and Winter in the Texan metropolis Dallas. Besides being the most well-known e-sports figure throughout history of CS 1.6, SpawN is also regarded as an immense advertising magnet in the gaming scene. Abdisamad played for SK Gaming between 2003 and 2008.

toxjq
Game
Quake IV

Peak of success
2006

Notable achievements
NL 1st KODE5 2006 Finals - Enschede
US 1st QuakeCon 2006 - Dallas
US 1st GGL VSports AllStars 2006 - Los Angeles
US 1st World Series of Video Games 2006 Intel Summer Championship - Grapevine
SE 2nd World Series of Video Games 2006 - Jönköping
UK 1st World Series of Video Games 2006 - London
US 1st DigitalLife 2006 - New York City
IT 1st World Cyber Games 2006 - Monza
US 1st World Series of Video Games 2006 Finals - New York City
US 2nd World Series of Video Games 2007 - Louisville
US 1st QuakeCon 2007 - Dallas
CA 1st World Series of Video Games 2007 - Toronto



About this professional gamer
Johan Quick, who plays under the alias "Toxjq" or earlier in his career "toxic", was a professional gamer from Norrköping, Sweden. During the season of 2006 while he was signed with SK Gaming he won four out of five Quake 4 World Championships (World Series of Video Games). He was also ranked first in the GGL World Rankings at the end of the 2006 season and won roughly $137,870 in Quake IV prize money between December 2005 and November 2007. Johan played for SK Gaming in the years 2006 and 2007.



HuskY
Game
Racing

Peak of success
2010

Notable achievements
DE 1st - LfS - Intel Racing Tour 2007 - Munich
DE 2nd - LfS - ESL Pro Series Finals X - Cologne
DE 1st - LfS - Intel Racing Tour Kieler Woche 2007 - Kiel
DE 1st - M3 Challenge - ESL Sports BMW M3 Challenge 2008 - (Online)
FR 4th - RACE 07 - iPowerGames Grand Final 2008 - Paris
CZ 2nd - RACE 07 - Virtual-WTCC 2008 - Brno
DE 1st - RACE 07 - Shell V-Power 95 Cup 2008 - (Online)
DE 1st - GTR Evo - BERLET Racing Tour 2009 - Hagen
DE 2nd - LfS - Intel Racing Tour BMW World 2009 - Munich
DE 3rd - NFS:SHIFT - EA ZOCKEN DELUXE 2009 Grand Final - Cologne
DE 1st - NFS:SHIFT - ESL Premiership 2009/2010 - (Online)
DE 1st - iRacing - Intel Racing Tour CeBIT 2010 - Hannover
FR 2nd - NFS:SHIFT - ESWC World Championship 2010 - Paris
DE 1st - iRacing - SSCA Team Challenge 2010 - (International)
DE 1st - iRacing - Intel Racing Tour CeBIT 2011 - Hannover
FR 1st - NFS:SHIFT - NVIDIA 3D Vision Cup 2011 - Lille
DE 1st - Deutschlands Bester Gamer 2011 - Cologne

About this professional gamer
Danny 'Husky' Engels is a professional gamer from the electronic racing scene from Germany. He became a Champion of Germany and the second world champion in the game 'Need for Speed:SHIFT' and was part of the most successful and most well-known racing cyclists in the eSport world. With already 16 years he won a real BMW M6 in the final of the Intel Racing tour 2007. In addition, he reached further national and international successes in numerous racing games. Danny played for SK Gaming between 2007 and 2011.

ali
Game
Counter-Strike

Peak of success
2010


Notable achievements
US 1st web2zone MVP! 2005 - New York
FR 5th ESWC, PARIS 2004 - Paris
ES 5th CPL SPAIN 2005 - Barcelona
FR 1st Electronic Sports World Cup 2005 - Paris
FR 4th Electronic Sports World Cup 2006 - Paris
FR 1st Electronic Sports World Cup 2007 - Paris
FR 2nd Electronic Sports World Cup MASTERS 2008 - Paris
US 1st Electronic Sports World Cup 2008 - San Jose
US 4th ESEA-main Season 3 2009 - (Online USA)
MX 5th/6th GameGune 2009 - Mexico
UA 1st ARBALET FEMALE CUP 2010 - Ukraine
FR 1st Electronic Sports World Cup 2010 - Paris


About this professional gamer
Alice Lew well known as 'ali' was one of the most successful female Counter-Strike 1.6 players from the USA. She was also nominated for the Award Female Player of the year 2004 and 2005 and she counted to one of the best female CounterStrike 1.6 player of the world. She could achieve the greatest successes with the SK female team with the Electronic Sports World Cups in Paris. Alice played for SK Gaming between 2006 and 2011.


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