Danish Counter-Strike organization Copenhagen Flames are fielding offers for their CS:GO roster, according to multiple sources close to the team. It is expected that if Copenhagen Flames parts ways with their roster, they will look to return to CS:GO at a later date, according to those same sources.
Following their participation in Season 1 of FLASHPOINT as a non-member team, Copenhagen Flames lost two of their players. René "TeSeS" Madsen was picked up by Heroic, while Asger "farlig" Jensen left a couple weeks ago to GODSENT. Stepping into those roster slots have been Jonas "Queenix" Dideriksen and Hector "HECTOz" Jensen.
In the first Road to Rio event, Copenhagen Flames finished in tenth place above FNATIC, Mousesports, Complexity, Dignitas, and c0ntact Gaming. However, they have been penalized for 20% of their 700 points for having to replace farlig after the event. cs_summit 6 starts in two weeks and is the second Road to Rio event for North America and Europe.
The most recent result for the team was a 9-12th place finish in the Home Sweet Home Cup 7. They will participate in the Home Sweet Home Cup 8 this week to see if they can better their previous placing. Copenhagen Flames do not have a spot in ESL Pro League or ESEA Premier, having finished too low in Season 33 of ESEA Advanced to gain a promotion.
Representatives from Copenhagen Flames declined comment.