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The Most Consistent AWP player In CS:GO, Astralis’ Dev1ce, Here Is The Net Income In 2020 So Far

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Nicolai Hvilshøj Reedtz, known as “Dev1ce,” is a 25-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing under Astralis jersey for over four years. In his career, he earned over $1.700.000 from the events.

Even though Dev1ce and his colleagues dominated the scene in late 2019 by winning back to back three top-tier tournaments, the start of 2020 wasn’t great for them. First, they competed at BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 Regular Season.

In the tournament, they shocked by Complexity Gaming in the opening match. In the Losers’ Bracket, they faced against Natus Vincere and lost the series with 1-2 while saying goodbye to the tournament.

In the Intel Extreme Masters Season XIV – World Championship, Astralis didn’t lose a single map point in the group stage and went to the semifinals. But, Natus Vincere upset the Danish squad once again.

While finishing ESL Pro League Season 11: Europe in the third place, Dev1ce and his teammates managed to win the ESL One: Road to Rio – Europe in May 2020.

However, the downfall started for the organization after Xyp9x and Gla1ve decided to bench themselves due to the burnout problems. First, they got eliminated against Mousesports in BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 European Showdown.

Afterward, Astralis couldn’t even show up in the DreamHack Masters Spring 2020: Europe. Even though they reached to the playoffs, they got eliminated by the hands of Ninjas In Pyjamas.

While the results didn’t change for the ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online – Europe, Astralis started their great performance with the return of their in-game leader, Gla1ve in the ESL Pro League Season 12: Europe and ended up winning the trophy.

Following these results from the eight tournaments, Dev1ce could only earn $50.800 so far in 2020. Also, he could raise this number easily if they play great in the next tournaments with the return of Xyp9x to the main roster.

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