Copenhagen Flames dissmissed their female roster

Danish multiplayer Copenhagen Flames has announced its decision not to extend contracts with female players on CS:GO. The published statement says that the reason was too high a cost to maintain two professional teams in the same discipline.

Unfortunately we are unable to extend the contracts of our professional female CS:GO team. We wish to invest in and strengthen our academy and to build a full Danish female squad of young players through the coming years, and sadly the cost of running two professional CS:GO teams are too high at the moment. We have been very happy with the team who has done very well for us during the past 6 months. Qualifying for both the WESG main tournament and the Girl Gamer Festival finals in Dubai were huge achievements and we’re proud to have been part of the girls’s journey. All of them have been great to work with and to get to know. We wish them all well in their future endeavours and thank them for their hard work, commitment, and great results.

Copenhagen Flames made their debut at CS:GO in June 2019. The team won the GIRLGAMER Esports Festival Madrid 2019 LAN Tournament and successfully qualified for the World Electronic Sports Games 2019-2020 Female in March.

The current line-up of Assassins:

Claudia "klaudia" Beczkiewicz
Kelly "KllyVe" Verhegen
Ana "ANa" Dumbravă
Ksenia "vilga" Kluenkova
Alexandra "twenty3" Timonina

Nicholas "pNshr" Paunin (coach)