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- 1 History
- 2 Timeline
- 3 Player Roster
- 4 Organization
- 5 Team Achievements
- 6 Media
- 7 External links
- 8 References
Team Divinely was a Call of Duty team from Germany.
Team Divinely was founded in 2008 by QuiCky, Raiden, ChriZ and Tapoud who also formed the lineup at that time. Shortly thereafter, SK Gaming’s player HeiZa became part of the team instead of ChriZ. After being put under contract of H2K, the team visited their first tournament, the EGL 2008 in Manchester.
Modern Warfare 2
The Modern Warfare 2 lineup was formed out of QuiCky, SpAwNy, CoNKa and Raiden. The Team decided to leave H2K and found a new partner in DZS where they stood under contract for over a year. In this time, they managed to achieve several success on a national as well ad international basis. Their major success was surely the second place at the Dutch Gaming event.
In the following year, SK Gaming took over team divinely and the team was able to achieve success over success. This said team consisted of QuiCky, Raiden, qRNKz and Tapout. As the season came to an end, the team took their chance to qualify for the first CoDXP event in 2011, although they needed to play with the team manager Qntm as a pick up, as qRNKz was not allowed to play due to him not being eighteen yet.
Modern Warfare 3
At the beginning of the MW3 season, ShoX became Team Manager for Team Divinely. After replacing qRNKz with ChriZ at the beginning of the MW3 season, the team managed to live up to the earlier success. Halfway through the season there was yet another roster change. qRNKz came back to the team and replaced ChriZ. The team also decided to part from Raiden who got replaced by ShiNe.
Black Ops 2
BO2 came along and together with the new CoD came a new roster formed out of QuiCky, Raiden, ShiNe and MacMiLiX. Although the team started succesfully into the new season they were not able to qualify for the CoD World Championship in 2013 which was very frustrating for the team as a whole. Immediately thereafter, Mike was put under contract by the team and QuiCky decided to play as a pick up for RronZ representing KILLERFISH eSport at the World Championships. This is also how he got to know RocKz and popular player Kivi.
A few weeks after the release of CoD Ghosts, former Killerfish eSport players Kivi and RocKz decided to transfer to Team Divinely. QuiCky and MacMiLix completed this roster. The team played under the well-known organisation SK Gaming and managed to qualify for the Call of Duty World Championship in 2014. Shortly thereafter, the team changed the organisation and was able to secure the first place at the FCO One in Paris under the flag of Killerfish eSport. The team definitely was ranked among the best teams of Europe throughout the whole season.
As QuiCky, RocKz and MacMiLiX decided to step down from competing professionally as Sledgehammer Games released CoD Advanced Warfare, Kivi left the team in order to join FAB Games eSports to be able to qualify for the Call of Duty World Championship in 2015. Team Manager ShoX worked for Dexerto Germany during this time.
Black Ops III
QuicKy and RocKz announced their comeback in 2015 together with the new Call of Duty title Black Ops 3. They started the season teaming together with Kivi for FAB Games eSports. Shortly thereafter, RocKz decided to leave the team in order to play for another German organisation called UX Gaming. QuiCky on the other hand concluded his season after he got terminated by FAB Games eSports.
|Cookie||Sebastian Schubert||Player||Animosity eSports||2019-04-30||2019-08-01|
|Pazy||Enrique Lange||Player||Animosity eSports||2019-04-30||2019-08-01|
|Piero||Piero Fazio||Player||Animosity eSports||2019-04-30||2019-08-01|
|Sharko||Tom Serdarusic||Player||Animosity eSports||2019-04-30||2019-08-01|
|Phantom||Maik Schmitz||Player||Animosity eSports||2019-07-??||2019-08-01|
|Cosmo||Luca Gauer||SMG Player||Solution Gaming||2016-09-11|
|QuiCky||Michael Bühler||Hybrid||KILLERFISH eSport||2016-09-11|
|RaMba||Sandro Spick||SMG Objective||Retired||2016-09-11|
|RocKz||Lukas Stach||Assault Rifle||Retired||2016-09-11|
|Kivi||Kevin Fiala||SMG Slayer||FAB Games eSports||2014-04-27||2014-05-02|
|GunElite||Massi Safi||Objective||FAB Games eSports|
|Mike||Michael Gruber||SMG Slayer||Retired|
|qRNKz||Germaine Holland||Assault Rifle||Retired|
|ShiiNe||Amos Tiemann||SMG Slayer||Retired|
|ChriZ||Christian Zuber||Assault Rifle||Retired|
|ShoX||Daniel Berger||Manager||Animosity eSports|
|ShoX||Daniel Berger||Manager & Coach||Team Prismatic|
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-07-21||13 - 16||CWL Amateur Finals 2019||Cookie • Phantom • Piero • Sharko • Pazy • ShoX|
|2019-05-05||7 - 8||$ 2,750||CWL London Open 2019||Cookie • Piero • Sharko • Pazy • TPiece • ShoX|
- September 11, team Divinely - Infinite Warfare | Team Trailer by Team Divinely on YouTube