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Astralis CS:GO Player Bubzkji Says He Will Play On Multiple Maps From Now

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Lucas Andersen, known as “Bubzkji,” is a 22-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing under Astralis jersey for over seven months as a sixth player. Before that, he was playing for MAD Lions.

Bubzkji talked about the six-man roster of Astralis during the recent appearance at the press conference and explained why they had to renew the idea of the six-man roster as well as saying that he will play more in the team.

While Bubzkji was saying that they are trying something new because of Valve’s restrictions in the RMR tournaments for six-man rosters, he also mentioned that he will play on multiple maps instead of just playing for one.

Here is what Bubzkji said:

“Valve wasn’t going to allow substitutions for the RMR events, so we had to rethink the whole idea of a six-man roster and I think we tried to come up with something different. The difference is that I won’t really just play one map — I can now play multiple maps.

It’s kind of hard to do it the way we have when Valve limits it, so we’re trying to work on solutions around it. We have something coming up — maybe not in the IEM Katowice playoffs, but after the playoffs, from Pro League, I think we’re going to see me coming in to do some work.”

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