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Astralis’ Magisk Criticizes Valve Amid Sticker Announcement

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Emil Hoffmann Reif, known as “Magisk,” is a 23-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing under Astralis jersey for over three years. Previously, he had played for Optic Gaming, North, and more.

Yesterday, Valve finally released the longly-awaited stickers for the PGL Stockholm Major 2021, but unfortunately, it lacked signature stickers of the players that are attending the tournament.

Instead of making every players’ signature stickers for the tournament, Valve announced that there will be only ‘finalist signatures’ in the game, which will be from the teams that reached at least quarterfinals.

The announcement disappointed the community as it was only announced about a week ago before the major started. Magisk was one of the people who criticized Valve about the situation and shared his opinion via Twitter.

In the post, Magisk pointed out that Valve should have made the announcement way earlier than this, which might become understandable from players’ point of view. However, Magisk believes that Valve made a mistake right there.

Magisk wrote:

“Honestly feels a little like they forgot the Major was starting this soon. Doesn’t make sense to make it playoffs stickers at this Major, so many people have looked forward to their sticker and simply not get any now. I could understand it, if this was communicated way before.

You can check out the post below.

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