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Copenhagen Flames announce new academy team

10 fresh signings in just under 20 days for their new CS:GO division.

The Danes from Copenhagen Flames have revealed a brand-new academy team by the name of “Flames Ascent”. The new venture is a part of their Flames 3.0 project which saw the light of day earlier this month with the signing of a new main team as well.

The academy team will feature five Danish youngsters in the range of 17-21 years of age, and will be led by David “Inspire” Rasmussen as the in-game leader. The team is set to participate in Power Ligaen, which is the best national league in Denmark.

Philip Karsbøl, Head of Esports at Copenhagen Flames seems pleased about the new addition and has stated the following:

- Our academy project is a new stepping stone and one which we are looking very much forward to further build and watch grow. All of the players and the coach have participated in the Danish Power League for several seasons which is an indication of their talent and level. I’ve been so privileged to work with several of the players before which makes me sure of their dedication and abilities. Flames will use its resources to build a professional and structured setting to give the new Flames Ascent a great environment to grow both as individuals and as a team.

Full statement from Copenhagen Flames can be found here.

You can also read our recent interview CPH Flames CEO and co-owner Steffen Thomsen about Flames version 3 in the article below.

Flames Ascent | Active roster

David ”Inspire” Rasmussen (21

Andreas ” Hansi” Schougaard Hansen 17

Allan ” Speedy” Sørensen 19

Sigurd ” buNNy” Fritzbøger 19

Emil ”fez” Kristensen 19


Christoffer ”ko5te” Kostelac  (Coach)

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