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Astralis CS:GO Player Dev1ce Says Magisk Is Calling Instead Of Gla1ve Right Now

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Nicolai Hvilshøj Reedtz, known as “Dev1ce,” is a 25-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing under Astralis jersey for over four years. In his career, he earned over $1.700.000 from the events.

Dev1ce spoke in a recent interview with hltv.org and revealed the dynamics of the roster while talking about Gla1ve’s return to the team.

In the conversation, Dev1ce mentioned that Magisk was the in-game leader for the team when Gla1ve was on the break and revealed that he was also calling in the last tournament before Gla1ve took a break.

Furthermore, dev1ce also said that both of these players are calling the game but Magisk is the person who says the last word. Additionally, he revealed that Magisk is the guy to listen when they are in a stressful situation.

Interviewer asked:

“Talking about the calling situation, with gla1ve stepping out of the lineup and Magisk taking over and zonic helping in practices — what is the situation like right now? Is it still a mix of gla1ve and Magisk, or has one taken up the baton?”

Dev1ce replied:

“It’s Magisk that is the caller. However, they are constantly trying to make each other better, to get the right calls in, but in the end, Magisk has the final say.

If we are in doubt or if we are in stressful situations — it is actually a talk we had recently —, Magisk is the go-to guy. And yeah, it is working out really well for us, and as you said, Xyp9x is back now and the last tournament we played as this five-man roster, ESL One: Road to Rio, we won and actually played really well.

This was even before gla1ve went on his sick leave, and Magisk was calling there. I think they complement each other really well, it takes some time to perfect this, but that’s the plan for sure.”

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