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Astralis’ Bubzkji Compares Dev1ce And Lucky



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Lucas Andersen, known as “Bubzkji,” is a 23-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing under Astralis jersey for over a year. Before that, he was playing for MAD Lions and Tricked Esports.

The most shocking news for the CS:GO community in 2021 was the departure of Nicolai “Dev1ce” Reedtz from the Red Starts. Later on, Astralis replaced him with the young blood named Philip “Lucky” Ewald last month.

Bubzkji spoke in a recent interview with and talked about their performances in 2021, the new Astralis roster, Gla1ve and Xyp9x, as well as comparing the old and the new AWP players of Astralis.

In the conversation, Bubzkji pointed out that the biggest difference between Dev1ce and Lucky is experience. As the Danish rifler said, Lucky didn’t play a single LAN event in his career and that’s why he lacks experience compared to Dev1ce.

Furthermore, Bubzkji touched upon the fact that Lucky is an extremely talented player and he can reach out to Dev1ce’s level. Afterward, he mentioned that they were looking for a proactive AWP player and this is the reason why Astralis signed Lucky in the end.

Bubzkji compared Dev1ce and Lucky:

“I don’t think Lucky has ever played a LAN before, so there is obviously a huge difference in terms of experience and what he brings to the team in terms of teamwork, but he has a lot of individual skill that we can build upon.

If he keeps on developing I’m pretty sure that in maybe a year or something he can be a very very good device replacement in terms of firepower and matching the same statistics that device once had. Obviously, it is in his hands, but we are trying to help him as much as we can.

I think we want AWPers who are very proactive and want to dominate games, and try to take peeks all the time. Lucky is very happy to take those peeks so I think it is going to be a pretty good fit. He is going to need some time to become confident in everything he does, but I’m pretty sure we are going to get there at some point.”

Later in the conversation, Bubzkji talked about his low-rating level in Astralis compared to his days in MAD Lions and touched upon the difference between the enemies who he faced in MAD Lions versus Astralis.

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