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Astralis CS:GO Player Dupreeh Agrees With Valve: “It’s A Good Decision”

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Peter Rothmann Rasmussen, known as “dupreeh,” is a 26-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been representing Astralis for over four years. In his career, he earned over $1.700.000 from the events that he attended.

Because of the coronavirus concern, which is a highly contagious disease that spread all around the world, Valve and ESL decided to delay the Rio Major to November 2020, and also, they canceled the second event and combined its prize pool with Rio Major for a total of $2.000.000.

dupreeh has shared a new post on his official Twitter account and shared his reaction to this news. He stated that Valve did the right thing for all of the people and agreed with their decision. Furthermore, dupreeh said that he can’t wait to compete for $2M in the arena.

Here is what he said:

“Good decision from Valve to postpone the major. Looking forward to playing for 2 million and a lot of hunger from fans, players and staff for the best major yet to come! Let’s go! Stay home and stay safe!”

A fan named Jesper added this comment:

“No blond dupreeh until November then?”

Another fan user named Clyde replied:

“I’m such a huge fan of yours I can’t wait to see you win another major. If you read this reply pls Like it thank you and God Bless Astralis.”

You can read his tweet below.

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