My thoughts are directed to the Brazilian bombshell Adriana Lima.
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In early 2013 Christensen, alongside a few of his former CKRAS teammates all made the switch to Global Offensive in early 2013, all forming the strong Danish force known as Copenhagen Wolves, alongside players such as Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen and Nicolai "dev1ce" Reedtz, however Markussen and Vestergaard did not last very long in the Wolves as one of the players became the team's coach, while the latter retired due to not liking the look of Global Offensive compared to Source.
Christensen and the wolves were especially known for attending the first ever Valve Major, known as Dreamhack Winter 2013, defeating SK Gaming and Astana Dragons in the group stage, resulting in them reaching the top seed of his team's group, but Christensen and his team had only reached up to the quarterfinals due to losing to Very Games 6-16 on Dust II before bouncing back and winning 16-5 on Inferno, but then losing the last map, Mirage: 12-16.
Exactly a week after the major, Copenhagen Wolves parted ways with Christensen and the rest of his teammates, resulting in them forming the temporary "über G33KZ" team until the team had found a new organization to support them.
She is also the founder of Politically Unapologetic, where she unabashedly discusses pop culture, life and love.
Henrik "Fe Ti Sh" Christensen is a former professional Danish Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Counter-Strike: Source player.