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Astralis Cut Bubzkji For Stockholm Major: “I’m Devastated”

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Lucas Andersen, known as “Bubzkji,” is a 23-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing under Astralis jersey for over one year. Last year, he joined the roster as a sixth player from MAD Lions.

After Lukas “Gla1ve” Rossander stepped down from the roster due to an expected baby from both Blast Premier and IEM Fall 2021 events, Bubzkji stepped in once again and delivered some great performances throughout the tournaments.

However, the community expected to see the in-game leader return for the PGL Stockholm Major, and Bubzkji was the player that he would replace most likely. Yesterday, Astralis confirmed the roster changes via the official website.

While the organization was welcoming Gla1ve once again, Director of Sports, Kasper Hvidt, stated that Bubzkji is pretty disappointed out about the decision but he knows he is a big part of the team.

Later on, Bubzkji took his official Twitter account to share his feelings and pointed out that he is pretty devastated to be cut from the roster, especially after playing in the qualifiers for the team.

Furthermore, the Danish player mentioned that he thought everything was going in the right direction, but he is really sad about missing his first major tournament and plying in front of the home crowd.

Bubzkji’s reaction to the roster change:

I am devastated to be left out, after being there to qualify. Losing out on my first major and not being able to play in front of a home crowd hurts. But sadly there’s only 5 spots. I felt things individually was moving in the right direction towards the end.

I will be on the side-line with the Astralis squad for the time being, where I will support the players the best I can. Both from inside and outside the server. I don’t blame any of them.

We worked hard to get to there, so let’s hope we can get a great result at the Major.”

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