99Damage Liga – Season 14

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The 14th season of the 99Damage Liga starts soon! The registration period is over, the groups have been created and Wolves Esports.CSGO finds themselves in Division 3.10 to kick-off their first Division 3 season.

As a newly promoted team, it was a given that the first season in Division 3 will be tough and a first glance at our upcoming opponents seems to confirm this. However, the team is practicing a lot and prepares for the new challenge that awaits them and both the team and Wolves Esports are excited to see how the new season unfolds.

99Liga Division 3.10 – Teams:
Wolves Esports
BLUEJAYS GER
WARTEX
afroninjas by bricktops.de
FoxDevilsWild
Wochenenddaddler
Puma ESPORTS
IPhone XII

99Liga Division 3 – Matchdays:
Matchday 1: 10.02. – 16.02.
Matchday 2: 17.02. – 23.02.
Matchday 3: 24.02. – 01.03.
Matchday 4: 02.03. – 08.03.
Matchday 5: 09.03. – 15.03.
Matchday 6: 16.03. – 22.03.
Matchday 7: 23.03. – 29.03.
Playoffs Div 2-3: 18.04. – 20.04.
Playoffs Div 3-4: 18.04 – 20.04.

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Return to Counterstrike

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After an unfortunate last Counterstrike season in both ESEA and the 99Damage Liga, we are happy to announce our new German team and our return to Counterstrike.

From today on, the team formerly known as “Floppy Esports” will represent Wolves eSports in the 99Damage Liga as well as the ESEA. The team just recently was promoted into Division 3 of the 99Damage Liga and ESEA Intermediate. They are looking to establish themselves there during the next season.

The signing of this team is the start of an hopefully successful longterm partnership in which Wolves aims to develop the team over a longer period of time and to get them into a positions where they are able to challenge the playoff spots in Division 3. The decision to go for a newly promoted team is a change of pace for us but we are confident that is has been the right decision for Wolves eSports in regards to the 99Damage Liga and the German Counterstrike scene.

Lineup Wolves eSports.CSGO:
Niklas “Nikelele” Scherer
Jan “MRLooPS” Strohscheer
Lukas “kLaus” Scherer
Manuel “Kyubi” Krug
Philipp “fill” Müller

Statement Wolves eSports.CSGO:
“We are happy that we are able to represent Wolves eSports in the 99Damage Liga and in the ESEA from today on. After our promotions to Division 3 and ESEA Intermediate the goals are first and foremost acclimatation and staying in these new divisions.

Thinking longterm, we aim towards participation in the Div 2-3 promotion tournament of the 99Damage Liga and as the ultimate goal promotion into Division 2.”

Preparations for the new seasons start soon and we hope to make good use of the time we have before we jump into official competition.

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CSGO team disbands

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While we started the ESEA Intermediate and the 99Liga season with a newly built team and high hopes all around, the seasons itself were a rollercoaster of emotions that resulted in the team disbanding and barely finishing the 99Liga season.

The first few games of the ESEA season the team had to play with stand-ins to comply with the rules. However, a couple of forfeit wins meant that these stand-ins had to be used for much longer than we hoped for and the team didn’t get to play with the intended lineup as soon as we anticipated.

A lineup change forced the team to play with another stand-in and the killing blow was dealt by private issues. In the end, it has been a season to forget in which neither the players nor Wolves eSports can be blamed for how it went down. As the team has disbanded and their season ended, we wish them all the best for their future endeavors.

That being said, we are now actively looking for a new Counterstrike team for the next season.
If you and your team are interested in working with us, please reach out to us via:
Twitter (@wolves_esports)
or
email (andre@wolves-esports.com / patrick@wolves-esports.com)

Requirements:
– German teams: 99Damage Liga Division 3
– European teams: ESEA Intermediate or higher
– Age 18+
– Consistent lineup (~6 months)
– Appropriate and mature behaviour

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99Damage Liga Season 13

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Season 13 of the 99Damage Liga is starting! After an extremely difficult last season we’re eager for the new one and can’t wait for our new team to finally play as the intended 5.

During season 13, the CSGO team will play in Division 3.15, a group where plenty of teams have playoff ambitions which makes for an interesting regular season.

Overview 99Damage Liga Division 3.15:
Wolves eSports
Playing Ducks Academy
Burning Foxes Youngstars
GermanMonkeys eSport e.V.
MindlessGG
Team FRAGART
Hercules eSports
ABOVE NORMAL

Over the course of the season we aim to improve the overall gameplay and to challenge for the playoff spots.

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CSGO team with new roster

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As our old team disbanded after the last ESEA and 99Damage Liga seasons ended, the only remaining member of that team, Danny “FL!NT” Decker, took it upon himself to rebuild the team for Wolves eSports.

We wanted to continue working with whoever would be left from the old team by giving them a chance to rebuild the team here. It quickly showed that FL!NT will be the only one but he was up for the challenge. The shown perseverance and dedication in the early stages of the rebuild have given us something to believe in and we are more than happy to announce the new Wolves eSports CSGO roster:

Lineup Wolves eSports CSGO:
Danny “FL!NT” Decker
David “da1ve” Moritz
Michel “r0me” Borgmann
Luc “ArroW” Oehmke
Manuel “spn” Stefan
Martin “MJS” Sauerländer (Team-Manager & Analyst)

The team will represent Wolves in Division 3 of the upcoming 99Damage Liga season, as well as in the ESEA EU Intermediate division.

Statement Danny “FL!NT” Decker:
“After the old Wolves lineup disbanded, I was able to find four new players that mesh well together. For me personally, chemistry is an important factor within the team and that everyone is committed to working on improving and achieving our goals. Coming together with ArroW, spn, r0me, and da1ve feels like the right move.

MJS is going to support us in two different ways – as a manager and as an analyst.

During our first season, the focus will be on creating a play style, working on our teamwork and building a decent map pool. The goal is to establish ourselves in the German scene and, further down the line, the promotion into Division 2 of the 99Damage Liga.”

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CSGO team changes

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We’re sadly in the position where we have to announce that the team in it’s current form will no longer exist after the ongoing 12th season of the 99Damage Liga.

Following a series of events and decisions made by the players, the team will split up once the season is over but continues to play the remaining matches under the Wolves eSports banner. Under normal circumstances we would have kept this private until the end of the season. However, Wolves and the team agreed to go public to allow us for an easier time reaching out to potential candidates to rebuild the team around the remaining players.

With that being said, the German CSGO team is officially looking for:
– Several new players, including an experienced IGL + a deadly main AWP
– Age 18+
– Prior league experience is a must-have
– Able to compete in Division 3 of the 99Damage Liga
– No VAC or League bans

If you are interested, please contact:
Danny “FL!NT” Decker
Steam: FL!NT

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Additionally, we are also actively looking for a European CSGO team to represent Wolves eSports in European competition!

What we are looking for:
– Solid roster (no newly formed team)
– Age 18+
– No German lineup
– Active in ESEA Intermediate or higher (or other European competition)
– Activity in national competition a bonus
– Willing to commit to a project longterm
– No VAC or League bans

Note: Please include information about the team and your expectations!

If you and your team are interested, please send us an email to either
patrick@wolves-esports.com or andre@wolves-esports.com or reach out to us via Twitter or Facebook

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Kick-off: 99Damage Liga – Season 11

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With the offseason finally over, the Wolves eSports CSGO team jumps into action in the 99Damage Liga again after qualifying for the ESL Meisterschaft Division 3 Playoffs that will be played soon!

Season 11 of the biggest German CSGO league has seen it’s kick-off and our boys start their road to Division 2 today. The goal is clear: After failed attempts to make it in the past, the team wants to make it’s way into Division 2 at the end of Season 11.

The team has been seeded into Division 3.12 and faces 7 other teams on two maps each for a total of 14 maps to be played.

99Liga – Division 3.12
Wolves eSports
Clan of Zabo
UNHOLY SOCIETY
Team Kaiserschmarrn & Friends
Save The World
ABOVE NORMAL
Pfannen-GmbH
orgless

The first match of the season will be tonight at 20:30 CET against ABOVE NORMAL and will be streamed and casted in German on our Twitch channel: Wolves@twitch.tv

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99 Damage Liga – Season 10

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With the ESL Meisterschaft already going on for a few weeks, the second big league in German Counterstrike is about to start soon – the 99 Damage Liga!

Last season, our team managed to grab a spot in the playoffs to Division 2 but unfortunately did not make it happen. With the new season coming up and the groups being released, the playoffs are the goal again!

While the competition in Division 3 is fierce and a lot of great teams fight for a spot in playoffs and ultimately Division 2, we are confident that the last few weeks of hard work and dedication towards improving and refining grant the team a solid foundation to work with. During the 7 weeks of competition, we face one opponent each week on two maps. In the end, the top 2 teams qualify for playoffs, teams placed 3rd-6th stay in Division 3, and teams coming in 7th and 8th are being relegated to Division 4.

 

99 Damage Liga Season 10 – Division 3.7

Wolves eSports
myRevenge
EWAVE-ESPORTS
8BitGaming – Academy
EPIC-DUDES
FABELWESEN
incoming
Kartoffelpüree mit Fischstäbchen

 

 

Wolves eSports Matches Week 1 – Week 7

Week 1:
incoming vs Wolves eSports

Week 2:
8BitGaming – Academy vs Wolves eSports

Week 3:
Wolves eSports vs myRevenge

Week 4:
Wolves eSports vs FABELWESEN

Week 5:
Wolves eSports vs EPIC-DUDES

Week 6:
EWAVE-ESPORTS vs Wolves eSports

Week 7:
Wolves eSports vs Kartoffelpüree

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ESL Meisterschaft Division 3 is back

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The ESL Meisterschaft Division 3 has started a few days ago and our Counterstrike: Global Offensive team heads into the season today with two matches later in the evening!

The ESL Meisterschaft, for short ESLM, is split in three divisions and is limited to teams from Switzerland, Austria and Germany. The ESL Meisterschaft Division 3 is being held on the ESEA platform while the ESL itself hosts Division 1 and 2 themselves. Over the next weeks the teams battle it out for a playoff spot for a chance to be promoted into Division 2 and ultimately being one step closer to the highest competition in Germany.

The first two matches for Wolves eSports CSGO will be against sucking5 and ieS Virtual Gaming on de_dust2 and de_overpass respectively. With a record of 10-6 in the last season the team secured a playoffs spot which is the goal for this season as well. Two wins to start into the ESLM Division 3 would be a fantastic start for the Wolves and would put us on a decent way towards achieving said goal.

However, the ESLM is not the only competition that is going into a new season as the 99Damage Liga is starting at the end of the month. The sign-ups close on the 26th of September and the groups will be published shortly after. Wolves CSGO is starting in Division 3 there as well and no matter the teams that are being drawn into our group the goal is to reach the playoffs in the 99Liga as well.

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Supreme Masters Recap

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The Supreme Masters in Amriswil, Switzerland have been the first offline event for our CSGO team under the banner of Wolves eSports. A difficult group stage draw with mYinsanity, Lyngby Vikings and fellow Germans Team Sharx meant that the team had be to on-point from the get-go.

Our first match of the double elimination group stage had us face mYinsanity on Inferno. Not getting on the board during the first couple of rounds meant that the Swiss players were able to get into the zone while we unfortunately struggled to find any success on either the Terrorist or Counter-Terrorist side as mYinsanity took the map with 16-1. The first elimination matched us with Team Sharx who were overrun 16-2 by Lyngby Vikings in their first match of the tournament. Two maps later, Inferno (16-9) and Cache (16-3), we eliminated Team Sharx from the tournament and guaranteed ourselves another shot at playoffs.

Wolves eSports versus mYinsanity in a best-of-three to determine who continues their tournament journey and who will be eliminated from contention.

Map 1 – Cache
The first map to be played was Cache and it has been a close map throughout all stages. We managed to get slightly ahead and secured map point but failed to convert it as mYinsanity secured themselves overtime. We quickly got to map point once more but our opponents managed to hang on and forced a second overtime. Again, we needed one more round to take the win on map 1 but yet again we did not convert it. During the third overtime, we have had no luck  and ultimately lost the map 22-25.

Map 2 – Overpass
Another close map and another close lead for Wolves. However, while we did not close it out immediately, we also did not allow mYinsanity to come back and force snother overtime as we managed to take the win 16-13, forcing map three in this series.

Map 3 – Inferno
The deciding map is the one that we lost to the Swiss in our first match of the tournament and with the confidence gathered during the last two maps we hoped it would go differently this time around. However, it unfortunately did not as we were unable to find a solution to the opponents’ setup and ended up being eliminated from the tournament with a 2-16 loss on Inferno.

In the end, our CSGO players have learned a lot attending the Supreme Masters and ultimately identified areas in which they need to improve. It was a pleasure to compete and despite our early exit and several technical difficulties it was a great journey as it has been the first big offline event for a Wolves eSports team.

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