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Astralis CS:GO Player Xyp9x Says He Was Practicing With The Team For The Last Month

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Andreas Højsleth, known as “Xyp9x,” is a 25-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing for Astralis since 2016. In May 2020, he took a break due to the burnout problems and announced his return about four days ago.

During the recent video of Astralis, Xyp9x explained how he spent his time during the break and revealed when he actually returned to the roster.

In the conversation, Xyp9x stated that he didn’t touch the computer for two months to overcome the burnout problems, and he was in the practice with the team for the last forty-five days.

Moreover, Xyp9x said that he was helping the team by watching the practices and showing how they can improve the gameplay. Also, he admitted that he played with them a couple of times during this time.

Here is what Xyp9x said:

“The first two months, I was out. I didn’t really sit at the computer. But during the one and half months, I was with the team in practice, watching them play and giving feedback what they could do, come up with ideas.

Also, I have been training with them at some practices. It is going to be good, and I’m excited to be back.”

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