Born April 14, 1990, Finn “karrigan” Andersen is a professional Danish-German Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) player. Karrigan currently plays for FaZe Clan as the in-game leader and rifler.

Karrigan began his esports career as a Counter-Strike 1.6 player in 2008 for Volt Gaming. He played under a number of different organisations whilst being a professional CS 1.6 player. These include wooSai.dk, DSRack, Spirit of Amiga, Full-Gaming, Mousesports and Fnatic. It was whilst playing for Fnatic that CS:GO was released and the previous 1.6 roster began competing in professional CS:GO.

Unfortunately, the success in 1.6 with Fnatic did not translate in to CS:GO. Karrigan moved from Fnatic to Playing Ducks in July 2013. There was just a few short months spent at Playing Ducks, in which the greatest result was a win at ESL Pro Series Germany: Summer 2013.

Following his time at Playing Ducks, Karrigan was acquired by N!faculty in September 2013. Despite playing a few international tournaments such as DreamHack Winter 2013, the team didn’t achieve great results and Karrigan moved to Reason Gaming as part of an all-Danish squad. The entire squad left Reason Gaming in July 2014 and moved to another all-Danish organisation of Copenhagen Wolves. At Copenhagen Wolves, Karrigan helped to secure a qualifying spot at ESL One: Cologne 2014, although they failed to escape the group stage.

Karrigan left Copenhagen Wolves later in October 2014 and moved to the German organisation of Mousesports. Although the organisation would go on to be a top-performing team, the time spent at Mousesports by Karrigan did not bring much success.

After a short spell at Team Dignitas, Karrigan moved to Team SoloMid where he spent the majority of 2015. Within that year, the team had an extremely busy tournament schedule and managed to pick up some impressive placements including 2nd at the Copenhagen Games,