It’s been a while since we had any major updates for you guys. Check out what’s in store for CR4ZY League of Legend in 2021.
Due to the ongoing situation in the world, and esports, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, CR4ZY has decided to split with our esports teams in order to prepare for the upcoming year. At the beginning of 2020, our goal was to expand into what we considered most...
A lot of things have changed since last week. Some great, some bad, and some in between. It’s a long one, so let’s get right to it with CR4ZY Weekly Update #8! League of Legends Our team really did a great job this season, so we need to commend them for their...
The esports grind never stops, and we’re back with CR4ZY Weekly Update #7 to let you in on what we’ve been up to. Let’s get started! League of Legends After making it to the EU Masters with our extremely successful and impressive debut in the EBL Summer Split, our...
This week we have a lot of great news coming from all of our esports teams/disciplines. So, let’s get to it! League of Legends Our league of legends team is really on a streak! They remain undefeated (13-0), but beyond that, their results in the Esports Balkan League...
After a relatively long pause, the CR4ZY Weekly Update is back! This week, in CR4ZY Update #5, we’ve got a lot of news coming from our League of Legends, Dota 2 and CS:GO teams. So, let’s get to it! League of Legends If you haven’t seen or heard about our new League...
Check out the CR4ZY Gaming House Tour video! For the past couple of months CR4ZY League of Legends team have been living and playing from the Cr4ZY Gaming House, located in Zagreb, Croatia.
CR4ZY League of Legends roster secured their first win in Esports Balkan League Season 7 by convincingly beating ASUS ROG ELITE.
Oliver "skiter" Lepko is no longer part of CR4ZY Dota 2 roster. After several months he and the team decided to go separate ways. Thank you for everything you did during your time in CR4ZY Oskar. CR4ZY Dota 2 roster showed great improvement in the past several months...
The new chapter for us has just started! We are proud to announce that we will be competing in the League of Legends in the summer split. That also means that we are welcoming amazing new players into the org.
CORE COLLECTION OUT NOW
CR4ZY Dota 2 roster won the OMG Bet Cup III that took place from 18th to 29th of May. Although most of the team is still located in Canada they overcame the technical difficulties and claimed the first spot in the European/CIS tournament.
CR4ZY Dota 2 roster will be playing the first match in ESL One Birmingham 2020 Online against Thunder Predator on the 26th of May! It’s time to start this $40.000 competition with a win!
After intense action over the weekend we managed to win Fortuna VALORANT Invitational after beating Energypot Wizards in the grand finals with 2-1.
We have accepted the invitation for Fortuna VALORANT Invitational in which we will be competing against Energypot Wizards, ŠAIM SE, and The Last Dance throughout the weekend! CR4ZY VALORANT Over the past month we received an amazing amount of questions regarding our...
In this CR4ZY Weekly Update we are bringing you news around CR4ZY CS:GO and Dota 2 rosters and their progress and achievements in the last week.
It’s time to look back once again and address everything that has been happening with CR4ZY in the past week. The biggest update being parting ways with our Rainbow 6 team.
In the second CR4ZY Podcast our guest will be Dominik “Lacoste” Stipić – ex. Dota 2 pro and analyst/caster known for his understanding of the game and quirky sens humor.
We entered Rainbow Six Siege esports with a clear goal ahead of us – qualifying for Rainbow Six: Siege Pro League. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to achieve it. That means we are parting ways with our R6 roster.
Eventful week is behind us in which we secured Top 4 in BTS Pro Series Americas but also didn’t manage to qualify for R6 PL. Here is the 2nd CR4ZY Weekly Update.
Tune into the first CR4ZY Podcast with Alen Šola (Head of Esports ) and Antonio Meić (CR4ZY CEO) on Tuesday 21st of April.
Dota 2 BEAT Invitational Season 9 is starting on the 28th of April with four teams competing for $10.000 and $2500 for a charity of their choice. In case CR4ZY Dota 2 wins the first place we will be donating it to Mali Zmaj, Croatian organization focused on helping the kids in need.
To make it easier for you we are starting with CR4ZY Weekly Update! Everything you need to know about CR4ZY at one place, once per week.
CR4ZY CS:GO will compete with full Ukrainian roster for the foreseeable future! DemQQ and 7oX1C will step in instead of the Belorussians dERZKIY and dOBRIY.
Enjoy the best plays of ESL Premiership Champions – CR4ZY Rainbow SIx: Siege in this amazing fragmovie from our very own production team.
We are proud to be participating in Beyond The Summit Pro Series – Americas starting on 10th of April! CR4ZY Dota 2 team will compete against the best teams in South and North America for a prize pool of $50.000!
Professional players live for competing and lifting the trophies. For them to be able to focus on results someone has to help them in other areas. That is where esports organization kicks in. Who better to ask what does having an org in esports means than CR4ZY Dota 2 players.
CR4ZY Dota 2 Team may be the one of the best teams in North America but how well do they know the game they love and play so much? We put their knowledge to test with CR4ZY Dota 2 Quiz.
On 31st of March, Valve announced that Operation Shattered Web is no longer available in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Some other changes have came in our beloved game. Just a day before April's Fools Valve rolled out new update for CS:GO. The biggest ones are...
CR4ZY Rainbow 6 team won ESL Premiership Spring 2020 without dropping a single match! Flawless run during the season was continued in the playoffs with 2-0 victories against Cowana Gaming and Demise.
Dats, our fragger, has an insane 11.9 CPS. Do you think you can beat him?
Our CR4ZY Dota 2 team will be one out of four teams to compete in the North American regional league – ESL One Los Angeles 2020.
We asked our Rainbow Six: Siege team to take on a challenge that would determine how well Rcuth (Ramiz Cuthbert, their coach) knows about CR4ZY’s R6 players.
CR4ZY has gladly accepted the invite to join the crusade against COVID-19 at the WePlay – WeSave! Charity Play event.
We’re proud to present that we have come to an agreement with MnM Gaming to acquire their Rainbow Six: Siege roster.
After a strong first game of the day against NoPing E-sports, our game against Alliance went a little differently…
We played our first match at the StarLadder Kiev Minor against Gambit Esports. Here’s how it all went down.
We are very excited to share that CR4ZY will be competing in Dota 2 esports going into the future, after picking up a team known as Fighting PandaS.
We’ve been asked by a lot of fans when our merch is dropping, and we wish we could have released it sooner…
We knew our merch had to be perfect, so we contacted Tamara Ivić to make sure the job was done right.
We wanted to bring extra spirit to our merch, so we contacted street artist Chez to reimagine our logo.
What happens when you let an American who doesn’t really listen to trap write your Croatian trap song with his girlfriend?
The new direction for CR4ZY also means we are venturing into some new and interesting spaces.
It’s finally time to present the new CS:GO roster that will be competing under the CR4ZY banner!
Finally, the silence is broken. After going AFK for a couple of months, we’re back.
Meet Sergey “Sergiz” Atamanchuk.
Dmitry “SENSEi” Shvorak, joins CR4ZY as our sniper.
Every team in the pro CS scene needs a good in-game leader…
Johnta. A name that you’ll be hearing a lot more in the future.
Meet Roma “dOBRIY” Rusak.
Meet Igor “dERZKIY” Radosavlevich.
What happens when a team of talented CS:GO players leaves the EU to compete in America?
Our new roster made a statement!
Winning DreamHack seemed impossible to everybody but our biggest fans.
We came to Rotterdam to win DreamHack!
Bagheera, the professional Tekken player has joined CR4ZY!
You thought we were done? Not a chance.
Losing focus during a game can be the deciding factor behind a team losing or winning.
It took a lot to get here, but somehow we managed to do it.
In this insightful interview Antonio Mejić, the CEO of CR4ZY speaks about problems in CS:GO and esports in general.
In rare cases the winner is crowned by the people, rather than the outcome.
It kind of shocked me that a team I heard so much about could crumble so easily.
Sipping a beer on the couch over 1,000km away from the tournament, I couldn’t look away from the screen.
After a massive challenge, we achieved something huge.
Every team has their secret weapon…
Becoming a legend is no easy task. It’s the culmination of a lifetime of hard work, and dedication. And the grind never stops.
What happens when the wildcard esports organization at a Major tournament doesn’t have a sponsor?
This wasn’t the end, the best was yet to come…
The results of day 1 at StarLadder Berlin was amazing for our team.
Support always gives a team that boost they need to win.
Whether or not we win, the kind of game we bring to esports is always passionate and never boring.
Even when you have all the energy and belief in what you’re capable of, sometimes it’s just not enough.
We put everything we had into getting here, so we won’t stop.
huNter’s passion for CS:GO ended up causing a lot of sleepless nights, but also resulted in his dream coming true.
When a team doesn’t “show up,” everything begins to fall apart.
Winning DreamHack is a statement that your team has what it takes to compete in pro CS:GO.
Everybody needs training to be the best. So, we sent our CS:GO team to bootcamp to prepare for the Major!