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Mid-way through the season, Wunderwear joined [[4everzenzyg]], who had a full Danish roster. The team competed in [[2014 EU Challenger Series/Summer Series/Series 2|EU Challenger Summer #2]], but were beaten by [[SK Gaming Prime]] in the quarterfinals of the tournament. They also participated at [[Island of Legends 2014]], though the team could not make it further than the semifinals. Wunderwear then left the team, spending a month or so out of the competitive scene.
Wunderwear joined [[SK Gaming Prime]] towards the start of the season, competing in the [[2015 EU Challenger Series/Spring Qualifier|EU Challenger Spring Qualifier]] with the team. They qualified, beating [[ThunderBot SPARTA]] in their group final.
Soon after this, [[Dignitas]] acquired the team's roster, forming [[Team Dignitas EU]]. Wunderwear competed in the [[2015 EU Challenger Series/Spring Season|EU Challenger Spring Split]] with the team. The team finished in 4th place, qualifying them for the [[2015_EU_Challenger_Series/Spring_Playoffs|Spring Playoffs]], however due to Wunderwear and [[Sencux]] being underage, they could not play with the current roster. The team turned down the opportunity to play with subs and therefore gave up their spot in the playoffs, which then went to 5th place [[Reason Gaming]].
During the Challenger Series off-season, [[Brokenshard]] transitioned from jungler to head coach and was replaced by [[Obvious]]. In addition, support player [[Voidle]] was replaced by [[Nisbeth]], forming an all-Danish roster. In the [[2015_EU_Challenger_Series/Summer_Season|summer split]] of the Challenger Series, the team finished 8-2 in second place behind only [[Gamers2]]. While playing each series to the maximum number of games, Dignitas EU defeated [[Denial eSports EU]] and [[Mousesports]], finishing first and earning a spot in the [[League_Championship_Series/Europe/2016_Season/Spring_Season|2016 Spring Season]] of the European LCS.
=== 2016 Season ===
After Dignitas EU qualified for the EU LCS, Dignitas was forced to sell one of its two LCS teams, and they chose to sell the European team. With only one roster change ([[Obvious]] being replaced by [[Trashy]]), the roster moved to the new organization '''Follow eSports''', later [[Splyce]].<ref>[http://www.followesports.com/topics/post/103 Follow eSports Acquires Dignitas EU LCS Team] ''followesports.com''</ref><ref name="splycerename">[http://www.dailydot.com/esports/follow-esports-becomes-splyce/ New LCS franchise Follow eSports rebrands to Splyce, picks up Call of Duty team] ''dailydot.com''</ref> Splyce stayed consistently in either seventh place or tied for eighth place in the spring split. Their final record was 5-13, in 8th place ahead of [[Team ROCCAT]] and behind [[Elements]]. With a favorable [[League Championship Series/Europe/2016 Season/Summer Promotion|promotion tournament]] seed, Splyce played against [[Giants Gaming]] and won 3-2, requalifying for the LCS for the [[League Championship Series/Europe/2016 Season/Summer Season|summer split]]. In May, Wunderwear renamed to '''Wunder'''.<ref>[http://twitter.com/SPY_Wunder/status/732540144033648640 Martin Hansen's Tweet] ''twitter.com''</ref>
== Trivia ==
== Tournament Results ==
DEU-Wunderwear-2015eucs.png|DEU Wunderwear 2015 Summer
SPY_Wunderwear_2016_Spring.png|SPY Wunderwear 2016 Spring
SPY_Wundewear_2016_Summer.png|SPY Wunder 2016 Summer
SPY_Wunder_2017_Spring.png|SPY Wunder 2017 Spring
SPY Wunder 2017 Summer.png|SPY Wunder 2017 Summer
Wunder EU LCS 2018 Valentine.jpg|Wunder 2018 Valentine
G2 Wunder 2018 Spring.png|G2 Wunder 2018 Spring
G2 Wunder 2018 Split 2.png|G2 Wunder 2018 Summer
G2 Wunder 2018 WC.png|G2 Wunder 2018 WC
G2 Wunder 2019 Split 1.png|G2 Wunder 2019 Spring
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