Playing only the second and last qualifier, ourÂ K1ck.ow team won the Fnac Omen Overwatch Challenge #2 Qlf #2Â winners final against Vortex, after a rather calm series of matches, and booked a place in the finals to take place on March the 19th at the FNAC Colombo in Lisboa.
Este fin de semana nuestro equipo de k1ck.csgo venciÃ³ un torneo mÃ¡s de Counter-Strike Global Offensive, en esta ocasiÃ³n el Asus Aura Sync Invitational, una competiciÃ³n online que sirviÃ³ como prueba para el resto de la temporada. El hecho mÃ¡s significativo de esta victoria es que se convirtiÃ³ en el torneo nÃºmero 500 que conquistamos a lo largo de nuestra historia, un gran nÃºmero de torneos que pueden ser vistos en nuestra awards section, que actualmente cuenta con 777 entradas! Para imaginarnos este marco y en representaciÃ³n de extraordinarios equipos que han jugado en k1ck a lo largo de todos estos aÃ±os, decidimos viajar hasta 2008 a la LG Master Cup, un torneo que nos entregÃ³ la mayor bolsa de premios hasta el aÃ±o pasado. Â¿Alguna cara conocida?
(LG Master Cup 2008)
After taking the decision of building a mainly Spanish team in order to atend the LVP Segunda DivisiÃ³n, K1ck engaged in a restructuring process regarding our Portuguese team. Some of our long time players that won every tournament in Portugal for the last 2 years have gone away, others have stopped playing and now the remaining two players, AntÃ³nio "LeChase" Ramalho and Ruben "Rhuckz" Barbosa will be taking the same Turkish route as Truklax for instance. Being away for a couple of months, only time will tell what will happen in the future.
Since we have announced theÂ new K1ck eSports Club Counter-Strike Global Offensive lineup that the players have been practicing hard and now they are competing in their first tournament as a team. It's the online Asus Aura Sync Invitational and after a calm group stage whereÂ K1ck has won every game, tomorrow we will be playing the playoffs:
After winning the two regular LVP 2016 (Liga de Videojuegos Profesional) seasons playing Counter-Strike Global Offensive, K1ck is now changing the approach to the Spanish teams and we have decided to go for League of Legends in the country, as LVP has only announced LoL and CoD competitions for this now starting season. Being invited to attend the 2Âª DivisiÃ³n, the only way to get into the Superliga Orange, we have built a roster full of options that include players from our Portuguese team, led by our returning coachÂ AntÃ³nio "K1ck-Fintinhas" Lisboa, a group that we believe can do a proper job.
MSI spares no efforts to deliver the latest technologies and the best gaming products to gamers in the shortest amount of time, so once again MSI is the 1st to offerÂ gaming laptops which are 7th generation Intel Core i7 processor ready. From 2013 to 2016, MSI is always the 1st to have their gaming laptops ready for the latest CPU solution.
2016 was a great year for our CS:GO division with many titles conquered over the course of many battles. We have ended the year being represented by three teams, each with victories in events, but for 2017 we have reduced the number of CS:GO players, so today we would like to present the K1ck Counter-Strike Global Offensive team that will be attending the next events. Two familiar and all time favorite faces remain in the roster, Mut & Rmn, complemented by three quality players that have their official debut in our Club. Just check the new K1ck.csgo lineup:
Back in the beginning of 2016, K1ck hired a Spanish CS:GO squad, once again setting foot in a country where we have had several successful teams during the 2008-2010 period. Things went fine with several victories in online leagues such asÂ LVP, SocialNat Cup and TGX.es, plus some good exhibitions and victories at other events, such as Gigabyte CS:GO Challenge and of course, the triumph at the Madrid Gaming Experience. But now we have decided to go different ways as our plans for the future aren't going in the same direction.