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How Much Money dev1ce Earned With Ninjas In Pyjamas? Here Is The Answer



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Nicolai “dev1ce” Reedtz is a 25-year-old Danish CS:GO player who is considered as the most consistent player in the CS:GO professional scene, and he has been listed in the top 5 players for the last five years.

After spending over five years with Astralis and went into the history books of the game by dominating the scene for over a year, dev1ce decided to make a fresh start and joined the Swedish organization Ninjas In Pyjamas.

Before joining Ninjas, dev1ce had won so many tournaments such as FACEIT Major: London 2018, ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2018, StarLadder Berlin Major 2019, and many more. From these tournaments, he won over $1.800.00 from the prize money.

However, Astralis had been underperforming for the past two years, especially after the coronavirus pandemic. After making lots of roster changes, they were finally performing through the end of 2020.

But, the downfall of the roster started once again at the start of 2021. Therefore, the legendary AWP player wanted to join Ninjas In Pyjamas in May 2021. Flashpoint 3 was their first tournament, and they managed to reach out to the finals but couldn’t close out the series.

After that, dev1ce and his new colleagues competed at Intel Extreme Masters XVI – Summer. After winning against Fnatic and Heroic in the lower bracket, they got eliminated against the CIS team,

In their third tournament, which is BLAST Premier: Spring Finals 2021, dev1ce and his teammates had promising results. Although they went to the lower bracket in the first match versus Complexity Gaming, they won against Evil Geniuses and BIG Clan. Unfortunately, eliminated against G2 Esports.

Following the results of the three tournaments with Ninjas In Pyjamas, dev1ce managed to earn just only $8.200 so far. If we add the money he earned with Astralis, he earned $58.650 from the eight tournaments.

Due to the lack of information on the players’ contracts, it is impossible to calculate the exact money the esports players earn, and this is why we are making an approximate count of money dev1ce earn from the tournaments.

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