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Pengu

Streamer Info

  • Real name: Niclas Mouritzen
  • Birthday: October 7, 1997 (age 23)
  • Started Streaming:
  • Last seen: 16 hours ago
  • Hours Live: 96
  • Streaming Platform: Twitch
  • Team: Twitch

Streaming Time

  • Sunday: 17:00 UTC - 23:00 UTC
  • Monday: 21:00 UTC - 24:00 UTC
  • Tuesday: 15:00 UTC - 21:00 UTC
  • Wednesday: 10:00 UTC - 18:00 UTC
  • Thursday: 19:00 UTC - 21:00 UTC
  • Friday: 13:00 UTC - 22:00 UTC
  • Saturday: 13:00 UTC - 20:00 UTC

Streaming & Gaming PC Specs

Gaming PC

  • OS:
  • Motherboard:
  • CPU: I7 8700K
  • GPU: 1080TI
  • RAM:
  • Case:
  • HDD/SSD:
  • Power Supply:
  • Fans:
  • Liquid Cooling:

Streaming Equipment

  • Camera:
  • Webcam: Logitech C920
  • Studio Light:
  • Lighting Kit:
  • USB Hub:
  • Arm:
  • Microphone: Shure SM7B
  • Control Panel:
  • Amplifier: Audient ID4
  • Chair:

Gaming Setup & Gear

  • Monitor: AOC G2460PF
  • Headset: Logitech G Pro
  • Keyboard: Logitech G Pro
  • Mouse: Logitech Gpro Wireless
  • Mousepad: Logitech G640

Video Settings

Rainbow Six Siege

  • Resolution: 1920 × 1080
  • FOV: 90
  • Render Scale:
  • Refresh Rate: 240Hz

Mouse Settings

Rainbow Six Siege

  • DPI: 400
  • Hz:
  • Sensitivity X: 11
  • Sensitivity Y: 11
  • Targeting Sensitivity:
  • Scope Sensitivity:

Pengu Biography

Niclas “Pengu” Mouritzen (born October 7, 1997) is a Danish professional Rainbow Six Siege player currently playing for G2 Esports. In 2015, he joined a team that went on to win a tournament, but then failed to perform for the rest of the year. At that stage, he had though that his career was over, but then got an offer to join both a French team, as well as PENTA Sports. As his French wasn’t so good, he decided to go with PENTA, especially as there were players on the roster that he had teamed up with in the past.

Pengu’s gamble paid off and he was signed on with PENTA Sports during R6S’s first season in 2016 on a contract basis. They went on to win the Pro League Year 1 Season 1 Finals and went on to have a nine month-long winning streak. He and his team then transferred to G2 Esports in August 2018, when they bought the whole roster from PENTA Sports. The team was happy with this move, as they received long-term contracts which gave them peace of mind to fully focus on their training.