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Ninjas In Pyjamas Add Dev1ce Into CS:GO Roster



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Nicolai Hvilshøj Reedtz, known as “Dev1ce,” is a 25-year-old Danish CS:GO player who had been playing under Astralis jersey for over five years. In his career, he earned over $1.800.000 from the events.

After the coronavirus outbreak started, the CS:GO scene moved into the online era, and the fall of the Astralis started. Following the unexpected results, they were looking for new changes. Recently, s1mple stated on a recent stream that he was shocked after seeing the Astralis’ lineup.

Today, Astralis announced that they parted ways with Dev1ce, and it also revealed that the legendary Danish AWPer will be wearing Ninjas In Pyjamas jersey from now, which shocked the whole community like s1mple.

While Ninjas In Pyjamas was welcoming Dev1ce for a new era, Dev1ce also stated that he inspired by what LeBron James did with Los Angeles Lakers and wanted to do the same with Ninjas In Pyjamas.

Here is what Dev1ce said:

“Leaving Astralis is tough, to say the least. The boys will always be like family to me, but this covid era has left me thinking a lot; where do I see myself when it all goes back to normal? I’ve lived in Sweden for some time now, speaking the language and I’m really hyped about this young and exciting NIP project.

To join one of the most successful organizations, where so many legends have played, inspires me. Just see what LeBron James achieved with the Lakers for instance, and with the Major in Stockholm coming up; to bring that home to Sweden is my number one goal.

How NIP works with mental health was a huge factor in the decision. Everyone who has followed me through my career knows that I’ve experienced it all; from choking to winning. It’s true that winning a first tournament can light up the spark, and I’m confident that I can bring a lot of winning culture to this talented roster over time.”

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