Sidelined once more
July 1, 2018
RUBINO's eye infection has come back with a vengeance, meaning the Norwegian will continue to sit out, HLTV.org reports.
At the beginning of May, the 24-year-old contracted an eye infection that forced him to sit out at ESL Pro League Season 7 Finals in Dallas and DreamHack Austin. RUBINO came back just in time to play at the CS:GO Asia Championships, where he helped Heroic advance to the quarterfinals. Unfortunately for RUBINO and Heroic, his eye infection has relapsed which will force the Norwegian to sit out as the team will bring forth AcilioN as a stand-in. There is no official timetable for RUBINO's return to action.
Signs with Heroic
May 11, 2018
Heroic have revealed that they have signed a long-term contract with friberg.
After serving as a stand-in for nearly two weeks, friberg will now officially be a member of Heroic. The 26-year-old has been a stand-in as a result of JUGi and Snappi parting ways with the team to join OpTic Gaming in late April. Since then, friberg has been helping the team in the remainder of the ESL Pro League season, where the team finished in eighth place but ended up replacing HellRaisers at the finals in Dallas, due to woxic's visa issues. The ESL Pro League Season 7 Finals in Dallas will be friberg's first official offline match with Heroic as he will also attend the CS:GO Asia Championships, which will take place on June 14th-18th in Shangai, China.
Out of action due to illness
May 5, 2018
RUBINO will be sidelined for the coming weeks due to an eye infection, Heroic have announced.
RUBINO will be inactive on the roster in the coming weeks due to an eye infection. This comes as a troubling time for Heroic, who has recently been in the process of restructuring the team after losing AWPer JUGi and in-game leader Snappi to OpTic Gaming. To make matters worse, Heroic missed out on a spot at the ESL Pro League Season 7 Finals, as they placed eighth in the European division after losing the tiebreaker to HellRaisers. It is unclear if RUBINO will return in time for DreamHack Open Tours coming up in little over two weeks on May 19-21.
Will take the player-coach role
May 5, 2018
Heroic has announced the recent step down of peacemaker has made way for MODDII to take the player-coach role.
The 28-year-old will be deemed with a new player-coach role, according to RFRSH Entertainment Director Kasper Hvdit, who also mentioned the team's full lineup will be announced "in the near future". MODDII will be overseeing his teammates behind the monitor, but until then the team will undergo structural changes after recently losing in-game leader Snappi and AWPer JUGi to OpTic.
Starts Week 7 on a high note
April 25, 2018
MODDII went 40/36 on Tuesday in a 2-0 series win over Team EnVyUs in Week 7 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
Train was the first map that MODDII took in the neck-and-neck series with EnVyUs, where he picked up a strong 4-0 lead on the T-side. The comfortable lead began to whittle away, but Heroic still came out on top with a 9-6 half. MODDII's contested second half saw all thirty rounds on Train, as he peeled away with a 16-14 win, posting a 21/20 KD and an 80.7 ADR. The start to Cobblestone saw MODDII faced with a 5-0 deficit on the T-side, but this time around it was MODDII to be whittling away the EnVyUs lead, as the half saw both sides duke it out. MODDII came up big for Heroic to secure Round 13 with a triple entry kill on the B-bombsite, breaking the tie for a 7-6 lead. EnVyUs ended the half with an 8-7 lead but could not carry it into the second half, where MODDII held the line for a 16-13 series win.
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Invited to DreamHack Open Austin
May 19, 2018
Heroic will be traveling nearly 200 miles south of Dallas to attend DreamHack Open Austin, the event's organizers have revealed.
Heroic will be joining the two teams, Fragsters and Rogue, who made it through the closed qualifiers in Europe and North America. After falling out of the group stage at the ESL Pro League Season 7 Finals, Heroic will travel to Austin for a shot to take home a title in Texas. The $100,000 tournament with only two more invite slots remaining will take place from June 1-3 as cromen will continue to stand-in for RUBINO, who is still recovering from an eye infection.
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Fill in for HR at EPL S7 Finals
May 11, 2018
Heroic will be taking place of the Ukraine-based team in Dallas, due to HellRaisers having visa complications.
After just missing the seventh and final spot in the European division of Pro League due to round differentiation, Heroic will get their chance to compete in Dallas. The news comes as HellRaisers main AWPer woxic was denied entry into the United States and as a result the organization decided to pull out of the tournament instead using a coach or emergency player transfer. Heroic will be using cromen as their fifth for the offline event as friberg will also travel will the team to Dallas. ESL Pro League Finals are set to start May 15th-20th with $750,000 at stake.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Heroic release valde
July 18, 2017
Valdemar "valde" Bjorn Vangsa has announced that he is no longer under contract under Heroic.
Earlier this year the 22-year-old expressed his uncertainty about his future on Heroic as a result in being benched ahead of the Closed qualifier for ESL One Cologne. During that time, Heroic revealed that it would help the young player find a new team while under contract. However, according to a tweet from valde, he is now free to join another team without negotiations including Heroic. valde has released contact information regarding any inquiries as the young promising Nordic player find a new home.