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Astralis CS:GO Player Magisk Shares His Opinion About The New G2 Esports Lineup

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Emil Hoffmann Reif, known as “Magisk,” is a 22-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing under Astralis jersey for over two and a half years. In his career, he earned over $1.300.000 from the tournaments.

After losing the finals against G2 Esports at Blast Premier Fall 2020 event, Magisk took to his official Twitter account to share his feelings about the tournament, as well as the new lineup of G2 Esports.

Recently, G2 Esports made one of the biggest roster changes in Counter-Strike history by adding Nikola “Niko” Kovac to their roster from FaZe Clan. While grouping up Niko with his cousin, Nemanja “huNter” Kovac, they also benched Audric “JaCkz” Jug.

Magisk mentioned that he is so excited to see the new lineup of G2 Esports in the tournaments. He stated that they could be a contender team in the near future if they show consistency in the upcoming tournaments and praised their talent in this way.

Here is what Magisk said:

“Ended 2nd place in our Blast Group Yesterday. Happy with the results we have managed to do lately and looking forward to improve as a team. Glad to know there’s still so much to work on as a team, and we were still able to get close to winning.

Also looking forward to this new G2 lineup and see of they can keep up their form and perhaps be a contender Team in the future to come. MIBR have shown great things and Im happy to see such passion in a Team, every round they cheer like they won a Tournament. Best of luck 😁”

You can read the tweets below.

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