1997-2000 1997-2000

Chapter

Foundations

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SK Gaming is founded by a Quake clan of four brothers and three close friends. The team gives themselves the name “Schroet Kommando” based on a term used by the team members to identify another player wielding a double barreled shotgun.

They focus on Quake multiplayer during their earliest years, using the home of Daniel “Godlike” Beames. SK features the first all-female team that same year, with its most notable player from the time Annemarie “XS” Warnkr, currently working as a TV show host.

The team expands to Counter-Strike which is released as a mod for the original Half-Life in 1999, quickly growing into one of Germany’s most successful squads in the series.

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From Attics To Arenas

The first piece of our 2018 documentary series takes you back to the early days of esports.

Quake: The Beginning EN/BR

In this video you get to see how it all started and go through our Quake history.

TITLES 1997–2000

1997

  • 1st place
    Swisscon

    Quake

    SK.Kane

1998

  • 1st place
    QDAY III

    Quake

    SK.Kane

1999

  • 1st place
    Swisscon

    Quake

  • 1st place
    GXP

    Quake

    SK.Kane

  • 1st place
    GXP

    Quake

    SK.Griff

  • 1st place
    Darkbreed

    Quake

    SK.Kane

  • 1st place
    Fusion

    Quake

    SK.Kane, SK.Griff

  • 1st place
    Rapture

    Quake

    SK.Kan

  • 1st place
    GXP2

    Quake

    SK.Kane, SK.Kila

  • 1st place
    Frag 3

    Quake

    SK.Hakeem

  • 1st place
    DeCL Season 4

    Quake

  • 1st place
    Gamers Gathering

    Quake

2000

  • 1st place
    LAN Arena 4

    Quake

  • 1st place
    Fragfest

    Quake

    SK.Sleinjer3

  • 1st place
    DeCL Season 5

    Quake

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2001-2008 2001-2008

Chapter

Expansion

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SK Gaming merges with Geekboys and expands the organisation. Its Counter-Strike success hits major strides with the signing of the Swedish CS clan Ninjas in Pyjamas. SK Gaming becomes the first company to officially contract players, with its Swedish Counter-Strike squad.

In the early 2000s, Warcraft III becomes another major game for the organisation that brings trophy after trophy in both individual and team tournaments. MaDFroG, Insomnia, miou and Lyn among others become household SK names, with the latter winning two consecutive BlizzCon titles in 2008 and 2009.

SK Gaming invests in World of Warcraft in 2008, sponsoring Curse, the highest ranked guild at the time and at the end of year, SK enters competitive console gaming with the acquisition of a German Xbox team.

With the SK logo on their chests, the FIFA Twins completely dominate FIFA esports in the 2000s. While styla has twelve German championships on his mantlepiece, hero collects eleven German titles. In addition, both win several European championship titles and are each three-time world champions.

The FIFA Twins also collect trophies in team competitions for SK Gaming and the German national esports team as players and team managers. The Schellhase brothers have made many public appearances and are inducted into the LARA Hall of Fame, which honours personalities and institutions that have left a lasting mark on the video game scene.

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2006 Grand Final

FIFA 06 match: Hero (GER) vs Ovvy (ROM) Final 3Set

20 Years of SK – A Night in Dallas

Special thanks to MFAVP and their crew, without them none of this would be possible

20 Years of SK – The Equal Game

This episode of the 20 Years of SK series focuses on female Counter Strike and its place in the history of the organization.

TITLES 2001–2008

2001

  • 1st place
    ESPL Q3 Premiership

    Quake

  • 1st place
    PC Actions Masters

    Quake

  • 1st place
    ESPL Premiership

    Quake

  • 1st place
    CPL Virtua

    CS 1.6

    SK.Jap, SK.RobKill, SK.Volli, SK.pret, SK.TheKaiser

  • 1st place
    CPL Tilt Total

    CS 1.6

    SK.slim, SK.dc, SK.Volli, SK.Speiky, SK.Jap, SK.Pretender, SK.Scorp

2002

  • 1st place
    Clanbase Eurocup IV

    Quake

  • 1st place
    ESPL Premiership

    Quake

  • 1st place
    XS LAN 9

    Quake

  • 1st place
    CPL Summer

    CS 1.6

    SK.DarK, SK.HeatoN, SK.Potti, SK.Xenon, SK.XeqtR

  • 1st place
    Fragnation

    CS 1.6

  • 1st place
    Call to arms

    WC3

    SK.Kovax

  • 1st place
    Gladiator Tour LAN

    WC3

    SK.ChobO

  • 1st place
    GameOnLine Tournament #2

    WC3

    SK.MaDFroG

2003

  • 1st place
    Norrhack

    CS 1.6

    SK.HeatoN, SK.Potti, SK.ahl, SK.Fisker, SK.Spawn

  • 1st place
    WCG

    CS 1.6

    SK.HeatoN, SK.Potti, SK.ahl, SK.Fisker, SK.Spawn

  • 1st place
    CPL Summer

    CS 1.6

    SK.HeatoN, SK.Potti, SK.ahl, SK.Fisker, SK.elemeNt

  • 1st place
    CPL Copenhagen

    CS 1.6

    SK.HeatoN, SK.Potti, SK.ahl, SK.Fisker, SK.elemeNt, SK.Spawn

  • 1st place
    CPL Winter

    CS 1.6

    SK.HeatoN, SK.Potti, SK.ahl, SK.Fisker, SK.elemeNt, SK.Spawn

  • 1st place
    Clikarena

    CS 1.6

  • 1st place
    SEL Season 3

    CS 1.6

    SK.HeatoN, SK.Potti, SK.ahl, SK.Fisker, SK.elemeNt, SK.Spawn

  • 1st place
    SEL Season 4

    CS 1.6

    SK.HeatoN, SK.Potti, SK.ahl, SK.Fisker, SK.elemeNt, SK.Spawn

  • 1st place
    ESWC Ladies

    CS 1.6

    SK.MissHyper, SK.AurorA, SK.IvY, SK.Atalante, SK.aNouC

  • 1st place
    Clikarena Ladies

    CS 1.6

    SK.MissHyper, SK.AurorA, SK.IvY, SK.Atalante, SK.aNouC

  • 1st place
    ESWC

    UT

    SK.GitzZz

  • 1st place
    Gamesports.de

    UT

    SK.GitzZz

  • 1st place
    WCG

    WC3

    SK.Insomnia

  • 1st place
    ESWC

    WC3

    SK.HeMaN

  • 1st place
    WC3L

    WC3

  • 1st place
    GameOnLine Tournament #3

    WC3

    SK.MaDFroG

  • 1st place
    GameOnLine Tournament #3

    WC3

    SK.BeaveR

  • 1st place
    GameOnLine Tournament #4

    WC3

    SK.MaDFroG

  • 1st place
    PGChallenger 2K3

    WC3

    SK.Soul

  • 1st place
    2v2 Bulgarian Tournament

    WC3

    SK.Insomnia, SK.ZeeRaX

  • 1st place
    Arbalet Tournament

    WC3

    SK.Insomnia

  • 1st place
    Euro Cyber Games

    WC3

    SK.FaTC

  • 1st place
    Wipe-Out LAN

    WC3

    SK.FaTC

  • 1st place
    Northcon LAN

    WC3

    SK.pLaGuE

  • 1st place
    Northern LAN Convention

    FIFA

    SK.Cyruss

  • 1st place
    Circus-Maxximus

    FIFA

    SK.Cyruss

  • 1st place
    LAN Inferno

    FIFA

    SK.Cyruss

  • 1st place
    Lanarena

    FIFA

    SK.Cyruss

2004

  • 1st place
    Blizzard Worldwide Invitational

    WC3

    SK.MaDFroG

  • 1st place
    WWCL

    WC3

    SK.Kookian

  • 1st place
    NGL Finals

    WC3

    SK.pLaGuE

  • 1st place
    inUnreal Cup #1

    UT

  • 1st place
    The Summit

    UT

  • 1st place
    inUnreal Cup #5

    UT

    SK.fragm

  • 1st place
    inUnreal Cup #6

    UT

    SK.fragm, SK.GitzZz

  • 1st place
    Oberpfalz LAN

    UT

    SK.fragm

  • 1st place
    Northcon

    UT

    SK.GitzZz

  • 1st place
    CPL Summer

    UT

    SK.GitzZz

2005

  • 1st place
    CPL Summer

    CS 1.6

    SK.ahl, SK.Fisker, SK.Spawn, SK.Snajdan, SK.vilden

  • 1st place
    CPL Winter

    CS 1.6

    SK.ahl, SK.Fisker, SK.Spawn, SK.Snajdan, SK.vilden

  • 1st place
    WCG

    FIFA

    SK.styla

2006

  • 1st place
    WCG

    FIFA

    SK.hero

  • 1st place
    EPS

    FIFA

    SK.styla

  • 1st place
    WCG

    Quake

    SK.toxqj

  • 1st place
    KODE5

    Quake

    SK.toxqj

  • 1st place
    KODE5

    WC3

    SK.Deadman

  • 1st place
    WWCL

    WC3

    SK.miou

  • 1st place
    EPS

    WC3

    SK.miou

2007

  • 1st place
    ESWC Ladies

    CS 1.6

    SK.missharvey, SK.cupcake, SK.ali, SK.jane, SK.potter

  • 1st place
    WCG

    FIFA

    SK.hero

  • 1st place
    Arena S1 Europe

    WoW

  • 1st place
    IEM Season 2 Global Challenge LA

    WC3

    SK.Lyn

  • 1st place
    Make Games Colorful 2007

    WC3

    SK.Lyn

  • 1st place
    WC3L

    WC3

    SK.Insomnia, SK.HoT, SK.Lyn, SK.SoJu, SK.ReMinD, SK.miou, SK.ixi

  • 1st place
    Intel Racing Tour

    Racing

    SK.HuskY

2008

  • 1st place
    IEM Season 2 World Championship

    WC3

    SK.Lyn

  • 1st place
    ESWC Ladies

    CS 1.6

    SK.ali, SK.jane, SK.potter, SK.jso, SK.lidy

  • 1st place
    Dreamhack Winter

    CS 1.6

    SK.allen, SK.Tentpole, SK.walle, SK.RobbaN, SK.zet

  • 1st place
    ESWC

    Quake

    SK.rapha

  • 1st place
    ESWC

    DotA

    SK.Akke, SK.Hailo, SK.toMpa, SK.Bogdan, SK.Loda

  • 1st place
    BlizzCon 2008

    WC3

    SK.Lyn

  • 1st place
    ESWC Athens

    WC3

    SK.Lyn

  • 1st place
    EPS

    FIFA

    SK.styla, SK.hero, SK.eNnu, SK.Era, SK.Kr0ne, SK.mario, SK.TornAdo

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2009-2011 2009-2011

Chapter

Changes

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SK Gaming enters League of Legends as well as Starcraft II, both of which play a significant role for the organisation in the upcoming years.

Rapha begins his era of dominance in Quake with his first two QuakeCon titles in 2009 and 2011. In time, he ends up being one of the longest standing SK players ever before his departure in 2017.

SK Gaming also goes through a major restructuring of its Counter-Strike squad, signing Patrick “F0rest” Lindberg and Christopher “GeT_RiGhT” Alesund.

TITLES 2009–2011

2009

  • 1st place
    WCG

    FIFA

    SK.Kr0ne

  • 1st place
    QuakeCon

    Quake

    SK.rapha

  • 1st place
    gamescom

    Quake

    SK.rapha

  • 1st place
    Arbalet Cup

    CS 1.6

    SK.allen, SK.walle, SK.RobbaN, SK.face, SK.kHRYSTAL

  • 1st place
    Intel Racing Tour

    Racing

    SK.HuskY

  • 1st place
    BlizzCon 2009

    WC3

    SK.Lyn

2010

  • 1st place
    ESWC Ladies

    CS 1.6

    SK.ali, SK.missharvey, SK.potter, SK.jso, SK.bENITA

  • 1st place
    Arbalet Cup Ladies

    CS 1.6

    SK.ali, SK.missharvey, SK.potter, SK.jso, SK.bENITA

  • 1st place
    ESWC

    Quake

    SK.rapha

  • 1st place
    IEM World Championship

    Quake

    SK.rapha

  • 1st place
    ESL Championship

    Racing

    SK.HuskY

  • 1st place
    EPS

    FIFA

    SK.hero

2011

  • 1st place
    ESWC

    CS 1.6

    SK.RobbaN, SK.face, SK.GeT_RiGhT, SK.f0rest, SK.Delpan

  • 1st place
    GameGune

    CS 1.6

    SK.RobbaN, SK.face, SK.GeT_RiGhT, SK.f0rest, SK.Delpan

  • 1st place
    QuakeCon

    Quake

    SK.rapha

  • 1st place
    IEM World Championship

    Quake

    SK.rapha

  • 1st place
    ESL Major Series

    LoL

    SK.Wickd, SK.WetDreaM, SK.ocelote, SK.CandyPanda, SK.Nyph

  • 1st place
    IEM New York

    CS 1.6

    SK.RobbaN, SK.face, SK.GeT_RiGhT, SK.f0rest, SK.Delpan

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2012-2015 2012-2015

Chapter

A New Era

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The wind of change is a significant force in esports during these years. Long lasting behemoth CS 1.6 winds down and passes on the torch to CS:GO, which also leads SK Gaming to close its CS 1.6 division.

In 2012, MC is on a row with three wins in Tier 1 Starcraft 2 tournaments, his celebration at the IEM Championship being a particularly memorable one. It is above all the time of the MOBAs.

Besides getting a first SMITE roster, SK Gaming is among the eight teams who join the first season of the European League of Legends Championship Series in 2012. After two World Championship appearances in 2012 and 2014, the team is relegated from the league’s highest division at the end of 2015.

When one thing ends, another usually begins and so is the case with the Spanish Hearthstone player AKAWonder joining SK in 2015. He would go on to spend the next 5 years under the SK banner, leaving his mark as the premier SK card game player.

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IEM Hanover Starcraft 2 Grand Finals – MC vs. PuMa

Extreme Masters World Championship 2012, March 06th–10th 2012 Hannover, Germany

Skill Capped vs. SK Gaming

Grand Final – WoW World Championship 2015

TITLES 2012–2015

2012

  • 1st place
    Dreamhack Summer

    Quake

    SK.rapha

  • 1st place
    HomeStory Cup

    SC2

    SK.MC

  • 1st place
    IEM Championship

    SC2

    SK.MC

  • 1st place
    Red Bull Battleground

    SC2

    SK.MC

2013

  • 1st place
    QuakeCon

    Quake

    SK.rapha

  • 1st place
    Dreamhack Winter

    LoL

    SK.fredy122, SK.Svenskeren, SK.Jesiz, SK.CandyPanda, SK.Nyph

2014

  • 1st place
    EU LCS Spring Season

    LoL

    SK.fredy122, SK.Svenskeren, SK.Jesiz, SK.CandyPanda, SK.nRated

  • 1st place
    European Kick-off LAN

    SMITE

    SK.maniaKK, SK.Zyrhoes, SK.CaptainTwig, SK.Realzx, SK.Badgah

2015

  • 1st place
    EU LCS Spring Season

    LoL

    SK.fredy122, SK.Svenskeren, SK.Fox, SK.FORG1VEN, SK.nRated

  • 1st place
    Gamers Assembly

    Battlefield

    SK.Hexis, SK.HySteriAz, SK.Malicium, SK.Huntaa, SK.jikA

  • 1st place
    World Championship

    WoW

    SK.Boetar, SK.Fabss, SK.joefernandes, SK.Swapxy

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2016-2018 2016-2018

Chapter

The Brazilian Domination

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With the signing of the Brazilian CS:GO roster of Fallen, Fer, Fnx, Taco and Coldzera, SK Gaming enters a golden era that spans two years and more than thirteen Tier 1 trophies.

At the same time, SK Gaming makes its entry into mobile esports with the signing of a Vainglory team. A first of its kind partnership with the Amazon Appstore follows, entirely focused on that new branch of the organisation.

A year later, SK expands into Arena of Valor, making the mobile section even bigger and more important. By 2018, the organisation also enters Clash Royale.

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SK Gaming Does ESL One Cologne 2016

A camera team followed our Brazilian Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team as they made their way through the playoffs of the $ 1.000.000 USD ESL One Cologne 2016 Major, which culminated in a back-to-back championship title for coldzera, FalleN, fer, fnx, TACO and zews.

20 Years of SK – Summer of '17 Part 2

The 20 Years of SK video series continues with a look into our second consecutive win at ESL One Cologne. The SK CS:GO team takes you through their journey to the trophy.

Round 31 – SK vs VP – The Football Clash

Round 31 – the football match between SK Gaming and Virtus.pro.

TITLES 2016–2018

2016

  • 1st place
    IEM Katowice

    Hearthstone

    SK.AKAWonder

  • 1st place
    ESL One Cologne Major

    CS:GO

    SK.FalleN, SK.fer, SK.coldzera, SK.fnx, SK.TACO

  • 1st place
    QuakeCon

    Quake

    SK.rapha

2017

  • 1st place
    CS Summit

    CS:GO

    SK.FalleN, SK.fer, SK.coldzera, SK.felps, SK.TACO

  • 1st place
    IEM Sydney

    CS:GO

    SK.FalleN, SK.fer, SK.coldzera, SK.felps, SK.TACO

  • 1st place
    Dreamhack Summer

    CS:GO

    SK.FalleN, SK.fer, SK.coldzera, SK.felps, SK.TACO

  • 1st place
    ECS Season 3 Finals

    CS:GO

    SK.FalleN, SK.fer, SK.coldzera, SK.felps, SK.TACO

  • 1st place
    ESL One Cologne

    CS:GO

    SK.FalleN, SK.fer, SK.coldzera, SK.felps, SK.TACO

  • 1st place
    EPICENTER

    CS:GO

    SK.FalleN, SK.fer, SK.coldzera, SK.boltz, SK.TACO

  • 1st place
    BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen

    CS:GO

    SK.FalleN, SK.fer, SK.coldzera, SK.boltz, SK.TACO

  • 1st place
    ESL Pro League Season 6

    CS:GO

    SK.FalleN, SK.fer, SK.coldzera, SK.boltz, SK.TACO

  • 1st place
    ONOG Major Circuit Austin

    Hearthstone

    SK.AKAWonder

  • 1st place
    Paladins Premier League Season 1

    Paladins

    SK.stolzey, SK.w1fl, SK.PrinceDanny, SK.bitey, SK.Vex30

2018

  • 1st place
    Adrenaline Cyber League

    CS:GO

    SK.FalleN, SK.fer, SK.coldzera, SK.boltz, SK.Stewie2K

  • 1st place
    Moche XL Esports

    CS:GO

    SK.FalleN, SK.fer, SK.coldzera, SK.boltz, SK.Stewie2K

  • 1st place
    HCT Summer Championship

    Hearthstone

    SK.BunnyHoppor

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2019 till today 2019 till today

Chapter

Mobile Esports, LEC, New Goals

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At the end of 2018, SK Gaming is chosen as one of the ten franchise partners of the revamped League of Legends European Championship, marking SK’s return to the highest European LoL competition.

In order to facilitate the LEC team’s practice, the SK Magenta facility in Berlin opens up in early 2019. Later the same year, this is followed up by the SK Magenta facility in Cologne, which becomes a central hub for all other SK rosters.

At the same time, on the other side of the Atlantic ocean, the SK Gaming SMITE team enters the Season 6 SMITE World Championship as a complete underdog… yet emerges victorious in the end, adding yet another world championship title under the organisation’s name.

At the beginning of 2020, SK Gaming announces entry into the mobile title Brawl Stars. An up-and-down first year for SK in Brawl Stars comes to a very successful end. The team qualifies for the World Championship and advances to the semi-finals as the strongest European squad. After some roster changes, which lead to an all-German speaking roster, they dominate Europe for the whole 2021 and win six out of eight Monthly Finals. At the World Championship, they are surprisingly and disappointingly eliminated in the Round of 16.

In 2021, together with Deutsche Telekom and Mercedes Benz SK Gaming starts Project Avarosa – a program focused on creating a League of Legends team consisting of women and non-binary by giving them all the tools they need to unleash their full potential. By the following year, the project also expands into Brawl Stars.

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DullenMIKE wins his first FUT Champions Cup

Our 16 year old FIFA19 Player Dylan ”DullenMIKE“ Neuhausen won this year's FUT Champions Cup in Bukarest.

SMITE World Championships 2019 Team Rival VS SK Gaming FINALS

Players in this match: Arkkyl, Belair, CaptainTwig, fineokay, NeilMah, PandaCat, Paul, PolarBearMike, sam4soccer2, Zapman

The Journey Starts | SK Gaming Project Avarosa Episode

Follow along our journey with Project Avarosa - a program focused on creating a League of Legends team consisting of women and non-binary people.

TITLES 2019–2022

2019

  • 1st place
    FUT Champions Cup Bucharest

    FIFA

    SK.DullenMIKE

  • 1st place
    CRL West Spring Season

    Clash Royale

    SK.Morten, SK.xopxsam, SK.Soking, SK.SergioRamos

  • 1st place
    WCG

    Clash Royale

    SK.Morten, SK.xopxsam, SK.Soking, SK.SergioRamos

  • 1st place
    QLASH League Season 2

    Clash Royale

    SK.Morten, SK.xopxsam, SK.Flobby, SK.SergioRamos, SK.Javi14

  • 1st place
    CRL West Fall Season

    Clash Royale

    SK.Morten, SK.xopxsam, SK.SergioRamos, SK.Javi14

  • 1st place
    Season 6 World Championship

    SMITE

    SK.Belair, SK.Sam4Soccer2, SK.Paul, SK.NeilMah, SK.Zapman

2020

  • 1st place
    Brawl Championship European April Monthly Finals

    Brawl Stars

    SK.Yde, SK.Achille, SK.Twisti_Twik, SK.Skyriikzz

  • 1st place
    Brawl Championship European August Monthly Finals

    Brawl Stars

    SK.Yde, SK.Achille, SK.Skyriikzz

  • 1st place
    Brawl Championship European October Monthly Finals

    Brawl Stars

    SK.Yde, SK.Achille, SK.Skyriikzz

  • 1st place
    CPA2K League

    NBA2K

    SK.xpabax, SK.Champ, SK.Luka, SK.Kiesteel, SK.TheGjoGjo, SK.AcidShadow

  • 1st place
    CRL West Fall 2021 Regular Season

    Clash Royale

    SK.SergioRamos, SK.Morten, SK.xopxsam, SK.Javi14

2021

  • 1st place
    Queso Cup

    Brawl Stars

    SK.Skyriikzz, SK.Symantec, SK.Jeton

  • 1st place
    Brawl Championship European April Monthly Finals

    Brawl Stars

    SK.Skyriikzz, SK.Symantec, SK.Jeton

  • 1st place
    Brawl Championship European May Monthly Finals

    Brawl Stars

    SK.Skyriikzz, SK.Symantec, SK.Jeton

  • 1st place
    Brawl Championship European June Monthly Finals

    Brawl Stars

    SK.Skyriikzz, SK.Symantec, SK.Jeton

  • 1st place
    Brawl Championship European July Monthly Finals

    Brawl Stars

    SK.Skyriikzz, SK.Symantec, SK.Jeton

  • 1st place
    A1eSports

    Brawl Stars

    SK.Skyriikzz, SK.Symantec, SK.Jeton

  • 1st place
    Brawl Championship European September Monthly Finals

    Brawl Stars

    SK.Skyriikzz, SK.Symantec, SK.Jeton

  • 1st place
    Brawl Championship European October Monthly Finals

    Brawl Stars

    SK.Skyriikzz, SK.Symantec, SK.Jeton

2022

  • 1st place
    Brawl Championship European March Monthly Finals

    Brawl Stars

    SK.GuilleVGX, SK.Symantec, SK.iKaoss

  • 1st place
    Brawl Stars Chaos Cup

    Brawl Stars

    SK.GuilleVGX, SK.Symantec, SK.iKaoss

  • 1st place
    Clash Royale AllStars

    Clash Royale

    SK.Morten

  • 1st place
    Queso Cup Summer Split

    Brawl Stars

    SK.GuilleVGX, SK.Symantec, SK.iKaoss

To be continued...