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Astralis CS:GO Player gla1ve Reveals The Toughest Opponent In Katowice

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Lukas Egholm Rossander, known as “gla1ve,” is a 24-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been representing Astralis jersey for over three years. In his career, he earned over $1.500.000 from the tournaments that he attended.

During the recent conversation with hltv.org, gla1ve has revealed that G2 Esports is the biggest enemy and stated that they are looking so good with the new players.

hltv.org asked:

“At the beginning of the tournament, dupreeh picked mousesports out of the bunch as perhaps the biggest favorite. Who do you now see as your biggest threats after seeing how the competition has been playing out?”

gla1ve replied:

“The favorites going into the tournament should probably be us and mousesports, maybe mousesports with a little advantage. I mean, we should have won in Odense, that Dust2 game was pretty bad and I myself lost us some key rounds that lost us the game, in the end.”

He added:

“G2, I see them as a big dark horse. They have been doing really well. It’s crazy to see that when they got two new players in nexa and huNter-, even though they don’t speak French the team dynamic just changed completely. You see all of them are like new players.

JaCkz was was pretty good before, I think, but you see a player like kennyS who is just getting much better now that he has a really good, understanding in-game leader, it seems like. I feel really happy for them that they’re getting some success again, and, hopefully, we’ll play them this tournament.”

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