Alexander “Skytten” Carlsson has decided to take a leave of absence from the CSGO team.

Read more: Denial Esports CSGO Roster Changes

Denial Esports are sad to announce that we are parting ways with James “Duck” Ma, our first ever Smash Bros. Melee Player.

 

It has been a great run with Duck but times change and moving on is sometimes best for both parties involved. With that in mind, Denial and Duck have mutually agreed to part ways and we thank Duck for his service from the bottom of our hearts. We wish him the best and know that where ever Duck lands, it will not only be great, but also well deserved.

 

It was a bold move to enter a community Denial has never been a part of and we would like thank everyone for such a warm welcome. Rest assured knowing that we are still a part of the Smash community and will continue to host our Smash 4 player, Tyler “Marss” Martins.

 

Who knows, maybe we'll come back to Melee one day. With Esports being an ever-changing environment, teams come and go all the time, so stay tuned!

Denial Esports announce that they will be parting ways with the Heroes of the Storm team. Read more details after the break

Read more: Denial Esports Parts Ways with HOTS Team

We here at Denial Esports are sad to announce the departure of Christian "Spitfire" Schiölde from our CS:GO roster. After considering several other options, we decided that it would be best for both parties if Denial and Spitfire went their separate ways.

Read more: Denial.CSGO Roster Update




Robby Ringnalda CEO of Denial eSports had this to say about Fliffr

When I first started Denial I wanted to create a way for players to have sustainability and growth after esports. I think this app accomplishes that and creates another revenue stream for the players with very little hastle involved. I am looking forward to working with the Fliffr staff directly in helping them further integrate into esports.


Fliffr Statement on Partnership with Denial

 

We have been speaking with Denial eSports for quite some time, a world class organization with great leadership and filled with talented world championship players.

To have the #wolfpack and its players available on the app is a great milestone for Fliffr.

Fliffr’s mission is to have the best experts available on the app, and with Denial we get just that.

 

Daniel Cserhalmi, CEO of team Fliffr says “Being a gamer myself, I am so glad to have this partnership done, I would love the opportunity to pick the brains of these amazing players. What are they doing differently than me to become so good? What tips and tricks can they offer so I can improve myself and my gaming.”

 

Already strong in areas such as Personal Training, Legal Counseling and Tech support. Fliffr believes their solution is a perfect match for esports. 

Daniel continues. “We want to be the platform of choice for gamers when they want to connect with the pro players, casters, streamers and the people behind the esports organisations.” 

 

About Fliffr

 

The Fliffr team is on a quest. Connecting people, one by one.

Fliffr is a mobile advice marketplace where talented people and customers can meet through LIVE-video. 

Fliffr connects you with an expert, coach or tutor live in your phone. Get personalized help, advice and support in all areas. Knowledge and expertise On-Demand when you need it. 

From the comfort of your home, work or on the go, wherever you are. Initiate a live session, free or paid, Fliffr is easy to use. Find your #esport expert today!

We here at Denial Esports are proud to announce our venture into H1Z1, the popular PvP survival zombie game. We aim to take our players to the highest competitive level of the game and help develop their eSports careers for years to come. The captain, Justin 'Yogi" Deese, had the following to say about joining the WolfPack:

“Words can’t express how it feels to be joining Denial Esports. Joining a professional gaming organization as big as Denial is something that most people who play video games dream of; and my dream is now a reality. Denial giving me and my team the opportunity to represent them is something we have all strived for since we started playing H1Z1. I'm excited to be apart of the Denial family and to see what else i can learn from this experience!”

Our COO, Ray Arsenault, also had a few words to say:

"When we were approached by this roster, taking them in became something that we felt we needed to do. In 2017, we here at Denial will be focusing more than ever on content creation and personalities while at the same time keeping our focus on the ultimate goal of winning championships. Adding these guys to our roster of teams will not only bring said ultimate goal, but also some brand new personalities moving forward. I'm extremely excited to enter a new scene and community, and look forward to seeing it grow!"

Below you will find the full roster along with the players’ Twitch channels and Twitter accounts. We are currently looking for a fifth player so if you think you have what it takes to play with the Wolves, send your application to Yogi at “TheeYogi” on Twitter. We look forward to working with them and wish them good luck in all their future competitions!

Ryan "Crank" Grandy [Twitter: @CrankH1Z1 | Twitch: Crankonlol]

Eric "ogtriv" Geel [Twitter: @augtriv | Twitch: ogtriv]

Sean "VSNZ" Garcia [Twitter: @THEvsnz | Twitch: thevsnz]

Justin 'Yogi" Deese [Twitter: @TheeYogi | Twitch: xyogixbearx]




Article Written by: H3nleY

Our CS:GO team was extremely busy this week, having player an entire four games in the course of three days!

Read more: Denial CSGO Recap November 8th-10th