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Astralis Makes An Unexpected Roster Changes – JUGi Leaves, Bubzkji Joins!



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Lucas Andersen, known as “Bubzkji,” is a 22-year-old Danish CS:GO player who had been playing for MAD Lions since December 2019. Before that, he was playing for Tricked Esport. In his career, he earned around $190.000 from the events.

In May 2020, Astralis announced that their first six-man roster in the CS:GO scene with the addition of 23-year-old player Jakob “JUGi” Hansen, who was playing for North.

After two months with the announcement of JUGi, Astralis decided to part ways with JUGi player for some reason. At the same time, they revealed their newest addition to the roster, Bubzkji.

In the announcement, Bubzkji revealed his feelings about Astralis and stated that as soon as he heard the interest of Astralis, he made his decision to join the roster. Also, Bubzkji said that he doesn’t care about the roster size because this decision will improve the team and the players in the end.

On the other hand, JUGi mentioned how disappointed he is because of this decision by Astralis, but he respects that and glad to represent Astralis even thought it was a short period of time. Also, he thanked everybody in the office for welcoming well in Astralis.

Here is what Bubzkji said:

“When I heard about Astralis’ interest, I already made up my mind: I want to be a part of this team and this organization and this is where I want to play! I had other options, but after talking to ‘zonic’ and Kasper about the role I will have, the ambitions of the team, and how they work I am convinced I can contribute to the team and I can become a better player.

Astralis leaves nothing to chance and I love their approach to the game. I know people will ask about the roster size, but for me it’s simple. Astralis has introduced a lot of new ideas to the way the game is played and it is done with one purpose: To become better as individuals and as a team – and to win. Introducing new ways to prepare and to improve is how they have managed to stay on top for years and I am so ready to be a part of this and to work my butt off to help the team!”

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