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forZe

Moscow - Russia - CIS

As an organization founded in 2001, forZe has been one of the more well-known names in the Russian esports scene.

In their early years of establishment, they were known for playing the old version of Counter-Strike, But it wasn’t until 2017 where they finally branched out to the latest installment of the game known as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

The org is now represented by a group of young and aspiring players from Russia, that wish to leave their mark on the map as a world-class team.

They are steadily climbing up the rankings and they have been able to string multiple positive results together in 2019.

One of those positive results was winning Dreamhack Open Winter 2019, where they beat other talented teams all striving to claim their spot as the next big thing.

They have also won several other tournaments for up-and-coming talent in 2019. This includes Winning Copenhagen games against a German team called Sprout in the final, placing 1st at ESEA Season 32 and finishing 2nd place at Blast Pro Moscow.

Not only have they cemented themselves as one of the new teams internationally to watch out for in the future, but they also managed to beat out the rest of the new talented teams in the CIS region. This was done by placing 1st in the CIS qualifier of the Starladder Berling Major 2019.

This is a team to watch out for in the near future, as they will be looking to improve and climb up the rankings, and hopefully soon be a contender for the biggest and best tournaments.

Team players

almazer
almazer
FL1T
FL1T
xsepower
xsepower
Jerry
Jerry
facecrack
facecrack

Team coach

Anatoliy Yashin (liTTle)

Achievements

Team videos

forZe #stillwannafight?
forZe montage
Dreamhack Winter 2019
forZe highlights