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CS:GO Player Dupreeh Makes A Harsh Statement To The Community: “We Are Not The Same Astralis!”



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Peter Rothmann Rasmussen, known as “dupreeh,” is a 27-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing for Astralis since 2016. In his career, he earned over $1.700.000 from the tournaments that he attended.

After the lost versus Ninjas In Pyjamas at the Blast Premier in the first match without Andreas “Xyp9x” Højsleth and Lukas “gla1ve” Rossander, the community criticized the Red Starts.

Later on, dupreeh took his official Twitter account to respond to these criticisms about the new players and admitted that they are not the same Astralis anymore. He stated that they are a new team right now and working hard to get back in a good form. Also, he said that people should stop blaming JUGI and snappi.

Here is what dupreeh said:

“Stop expecting the same Astralis right now. It’s not Snappi or JUGis who’s the issue or anything, we’re working hard through this period to get into the shape we want to be in. We will lose some, and win some. We’ve spent less than a week working on this lineup. Keep that in mind.”

A fan named Mari replied:

“Anyone with half a brain understands. Keep up the hard work.”

Another fan named Kristine replied:

We know you work hard even if you don’t win as many matches right now. We support you all anyway.”

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