New graphic brand for Carlstad Kings.

Some time ago, the decision was made that Carlstad Kings Esports Club would adopt a new logo.

In April, it was decided which of all the concepts developed, in consultation with graphic designers, would be the club's new brand. Now the work is complete and the new the club emblem is officially in use.

The design would be reminiscent of the original idea consisting of a yellow grip with a black background, but with the goal of creating an even stronger connection to Karlstad by creating a grip more similar to the Värmland coat of arms. The new emblem is strongly inspired by traditional sports but with a fresh splash of modernity.

- Lars Andersson, CEO

New club shop!

In connection with the change of the logo, an agreement has been entered into with a new supplier of club clothing. It is a Swedish company that is primarily aimed at associations in traditional sports. We see that Carlstad Kings is involved in developing its concept to be able to respond to esports as incredibly exciting. Product expansion will take place continuously, where items such as mousepads and sleeves will be available shortly.

Visit Carlstad Kings club shop and order home any of the items that are currently in stock. In this way, you support the club financially!

There will also be competitions where you can win selected items from the club shop. If you want to be part of these, you should follow Carlstad Kings Social Media!

CS: GO - Tough end of the Regional Series.

Spring season off The regional series in SECSGO is over, where the basic series ended with 15 wins and 7 losses for CS: GO team. This meant that the team positioned itself in a 5th place. Thus, the team advanced to the Regional Series Finals with a chance to Elitseriekval.

Unfortunately, the journey ended already in the quarter finals where a BO3 ended with two straight losses, and thus the chance to qualify for the Elite Series for the coming season is gone.

In April also started ESEA where the team last yesterday competed against the academy team NAVI Junior. At the time of writing, the match statistics are 6 - 2 and a total of 64th place out of 461 participating teams. The basic game ends on June 13, which is followed by the playoffs.

Placement for next season is based on placement in the playoffs:

  • 1st to ESEA Advanced
  • 2nd-8th to ESEA Main
  • 9th-64th to ESEA Intermediate

New exciting addition to the CS: GO team.

Kent-Ove 'ovztR' Olsson - an Arvika - born player of rank who completes his education in esports during the summer of 2022.

He previously played for the team ElevateGG, but is now looking to return to Värmland. And what better way than to join the Carlstad Kings. Here he will fill the role of replacement for Aaron 'Delay' Lemón.

League of Legends - Aims at NLC's Division 3 by calibration.

League of Legends team has competed in NLC in the spring, where the missed calibration meant that the team had to content itself with competing in Division 5. The total final result after the end of the season; 10 - 0 in matches and a 1st place. With this, the team hopes to be able to take a place in Division 3 in the upcoming calibration that will be held in early June.

There have also been a number of signings, which you can read more about in future news articles.

eNHL - The season in ECL Lite was a disappointment.

the eNHL team has finished his season in SportsGamerGG division ECL Lite. Here, the goal was to reach the playoffs, as the team has the potential for it, individually. Unfortunately, they were defeated when a position that was the second worst in the group during the basic game spoke its clear language, the team had too little time together before the season began.

After the end of the season, two players have chosen to leave, Alexander 'TheRozz94' Axelsson and Toni 'Taaninen' Laihinen. The reserve players will now fill the vacancies, and in parallel new recruitment will begin in the coming weeks for the missing positions.

During week 22, the team enters a work period to develop structure and development points from the previous season.

The goal now is to achieve a clear structure as quickly and efficiently as possible where the players feel secure and that they can develop in peace and quiet, both as a team and individually. I am convinced that we will be very well prepared for the next season at the end of this year.

- Lars Andersson, CEO