GIAL was formed back in 2004 based in the computer game Counter Strike, which today is one of the most famous games in e-sports history. GIAL participated in a couple of tournaments but never really showed itself as an international e-sport organization. In 2004 to 2006 GIAL made some major changes in the organizations structure, assets and goals.
Reorganized to enter the Danish e-sports market, GIAL made an agreement with two teams in Counter Strike and Counter Strike: Source. The teams had a great mount of success but nothing last forever, and in the end of 2006 GIAL decided to release the two teams.
After a turbulent year of 2007, GIAL Gaming reopened in the middle of 2008, writing contract with one of the best Counter-Strike: Source teams in Europe, the cornerstone was in place for the future plans as an e-sport organization.
GIAL Gaming is currently on standby but we will sometime in the future, re-surface to regain our former glory.
Martin Hartmann Hartmann
David dawies Schkolnik
Simon Sui Generis Andersen
Hall of Fame:
Dennis vng Vang
Casper Krogh Krogh
Peter Prima Rahn
Marc lokke Halgreen
Morten frozt Pedersen
Thorkil tabztar Burup
Kevin kev1n Hansen
Dennis Rytter Rytter
Andreas gGGGGGGGGs Hansen
7-8th @ BIT #4 (Aars, Denmark)
7-8th @ WSVG (London, England)
9-12th @ SLKS #10 (Ballerup, Denmark)
2nd @ SLAP LIVE #17 (Kværndrup, Denmark)
3rd @ SLAP LIVE #16 (Ballerup, Denmark)
2nd @ Dreamhack Winter 2008 (Jönköping, Sweden)
5th @ PCGAMER SHOWDOWN (Warwickshire, England)
4th @ SLKS #10 (Ballerup, Denmark)
Day of Defeat: Source
1st @ Red Devils Lan (Andenne , Belgium)