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Ninjas In Pyjamas’ Dev1ce On Their Expectations At Major: “We Can Beat Any Team”



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Nicolai Hvilshøj Reedtz, known as “Dev1ce,” is a 26-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been representing Ninjas In Pyjamas for over six months. Previously, he was playing for Astralis since 2016.

Ninjas In Pyjamas managed to qualify for PGL Major Stockholm 2021 following their victory at IEM Fall 2021 as well as their great performances in the other tournaments such as the Flashpoint 3 tournament.

Dev1ce talked about their expectations and how they can perform well in the upcoming major during a recent interview with Betway Esports, revealing the key factors of showing their true form on the stage.

In the conversation, the experienced AWP player pointed out that they can go all the way in the tournament, but it depends on how they deal with the pressure and how they create an environment for the inexperienced players to play as they want to.

Furthermore, Dev1ce touched upon the fact that there is no team they can not compete against and he believes that they can beat any team if they perform as they should be throughout the tournament.

PGL Major Stockholm 2021 will be starting on 26 October with the Challengers stage with sixteen teams, and the teams will try to make it out for the Legends stage. Afterward, all of the remaining teams will be competing at the Champions stage.

Dev1ce talked about their expectations in major:

“I definitely think that we can make a deep one into the major. It all depends on how we deal with the pressure, and with the young guys and inexperience, how we can make an environment where we can play the same way we want to.

There’re not that many teams we can not compete against. Actually none. I think we can beat any team if we are playing well on the day.

You can check out the interview below.

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