dupreeh: Want to hold the #1 spot

The next interview in our series ahead of the SL i-League StarSeries Season 3 Finals in Kiev is with Astralis' entry-turned-lurker, Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen.

To kick the event off next Tuesday, Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen's Astralis will be facing CLG in the first round of the group stages in Kiev, where a Swiss system will be in place.


For dupreeh & co. winning is always the goal

We asked dupreeh about Astralis' preparation ahead of the $300,000 tournament, being ranked the best team in the world and what that entails, the depth of skill in the team and the depth of their map pool, and what the Danes expect from SL i-League StarSeries Season 3.

Let’s talk preparation. There has been a fairly long period of time between IEM Katowice and SL i-League StarSeries Season 3. How have you prepared for the event? Did you bootcamp at the RFRSH offices, or do you go there as if it were an office? What have you focused on the most as of late?

It has indeed been a little bit of a break from events, which has been nice, time to renew ourselves and also catch up on our private lives, which was really needed. We took a break for about 4-5 days a couple of weeks ago, so people could relax after our victory in Katowice, but since we’ve been working hard to get back in shape, figure out new stuff, work as a team, and work with ourselves individually.

We’ve just made it home from a 3 day bootcamp at the RFRSH office, which was really great. Ever since we’ve started using that office the bootcamps have been super productive and we’re very satisfied with the facilities. Some of us, including myself, are going to see it as our workplace in the future, where we will go on a daily basis, to prepare, play and stream CS.

Astralis has now been the number one ranked team for four months, with maxed out points and several hundred ahead of the next team. Last time we saw this was early 2016 with fnatic and mid-year with LG/SK. Do you think that reflects how dominant you have been in the past few months?

Yeah, I’m sure it does. We’ve had some really great performances ever since gla1ve joined, and it’s been super great in so many aspects. I believe the game has changed a lot the last year, it’s gotten to a point where teamwork is really needed more than ever. Back in the days I feel like outstanding individual performances were the key to success rather than great teamwork, and this is where we’ve accelerated a lot. We have a unique playstyle and a unique way of approaching the game as a team, and that combined with people being able to do massive stuff as individuals, I think we’ve found the perfect combination of players, roles, and mindset.

I’m proud of my team, and I want to hold the #1 spot in the world for as long as possible. The competition is strong out there, so we’re doing everything we can to always improve and always try to be one step ahead of our opponents.

Three first places and one semifinal run in your last four events. It seems a bit like the run you had in 2015, although now you’ve won some bigger events. What did it take to get back to the top, and how hard is it proving to stay on top?

Getting to the top is the 'easy' part. As a new team, and especially with a new in-game leader, and with people playing new roles, I believe you always enter the game in such a new way, that teams need to understand your playstyle and how you approach the game. Same thing as when we added karrigan, he brought a completely new playstyle and a completely new way in handling stuff, and it takes time for people to figure it out.

Staying on the top is the difficult part. Teams can have a good run for 1-2 months and then drop off, but staying consistent is the key. Making deep runs in tournaments, winning some here and there is what you need, if you want to stay on top. Mindset is really important too, as just because you’re the best team in the world, it doesn’t mean people can’t beat you, and you always have to show respect, but never too much. Play confident, but show respect, because there’s so much talent in this game right now, and I believe the majority of the top 10 teams can beat each other back and forth. It’s all about consistency.

We’ve come to a point where people are starting to figuring us out, but it’s not as bad as people think. It’s great to feel that people have figured you out, because now the mind games begin. How are we going to play at SLTV? How are we going to approach the game differently from Katowice? We’ve figured out what to change, and what to keep, and now it’s about finding the beautiful balance of both.

Different players have stepped up at different events, which shows in the fact that three different players got MVP medals in your last three tournament wins. What do you think about the team’s composition or play style allows for this to happen?

It’s awesome to feel people stepping up at different moments, and we’ve gotten 3 MVPS for 3 different players, so it’s not just one guy in the team, or two, that has to perform for us to win, everyone contributes and everyone does something for the better of the team.

We have the perfect composition of players as of right now, no doubt. Everyone is on the same page, everyone contributes, everyone is satisfied with their roles and everyone wants to learn and improve, when something is not working out.

I, personally, have stepped down as the main entry fragger, and gotten myself into lurking and playing the outer positions on most maps, a role I had a tough time to learn, since it’s completely opposite of being an entry fragger, but I like my new role, and I’ve learned a lot as a player and I’ve developed my own unique playstyle in my positions - it feels great, and I am very confident in what I am doing. We did what was necessary for the team, and I’m happy that we decided to make that decision a few months back.

Astralis truly has a formidable map pool. What do you think has allowed you to develop such a strong set of maps. Does this have to do with having two new players on the team, who have been able to add fresh ideas? Does it have to do with team chemistry?

It’s a mix of a lot of things.

We decided to play as many maps as possible because if you have a lot of maps to play, you will have a great chance in a best of 3 series. Worst case is, that you go into a best of three series, and you end up having 2 maps that favors the opponent, and one map that’s also a very strong one for your opponent.

If you always end up in a situation where you either have 2 of their strongest maps in the map pool or simply have a map in the series that you don’t play, you’re in deep poop already before the game starts.

We have a lot of ideas in the team. I mainly create tactics because I am creative, so most of our set strats, I made up, then showed them to the team and we discussed what was good and what was bad. Gla1ve is great at creating default strats and making different scenarios for both bombsites so we have a great mix of things, which plays in our favor.

Whenever we go through maps, everyone is contributing to what could be a great idea, or how to approach a bombsite, how to defend one or how to rotate around. It’s not just gla1ve and zonic who does the work - everyone is paying attention to what is happening on the map, and everyone knows what each other is doing at given moments and setups.

Being the best ranked team in the world, of course the goal is to win every event you go to, but going a bit deeper than that, what other lessons or goals do you look to get out of events? What are you expecting from SL i-League StarSeries Season 3?

As the best team in the world, you can only underperform going into these events, and with the majority of the best teams in the world showing up, we will have to work hard for this title. Especially with the time off, it could’ve benefitted most teams in terms of preparations and how they want to approach the game, so it’s going to be very interesting, but winning is always the goal.

As for our team, I want to see that what we’ve figured out the last month works, and that we can maintain a great performance no matter what, and keep the strong mental game going, which I believe we’re the best at, right now, together with Virtus.pro.

I’m looking forward to seeing SK again, I think they’re a strong contender for this one, as they’ve had time to implement felps into their playstyle and I believe they will go to the final this time.

Denmark Peter 'dupreeh' Rasmussen
Peter 'dupreeh' Rasmussen
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1426
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.14
nice
2017-03-31 17:36
#23
France Bouf 
hopes
2017-03-31 17:35
#139
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Czech Republic Dkinimod 
no chance at all
2017-03-31 20:08
#157
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Russia e1em3nt 
Haha, funniest comment I ever see
2017-03-31 21:32
#173
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Czech Republic Dkinimod 
FaZe, Virtus Pro and SK are way better than some Danish shits
2017-03-31 23:02
i agree w you
2017-03-31 23:13
#208
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Czech Republic Dkinimod 
thanks :)
2017-04-02 09:28
#2
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Turkey FaZe|XANTARES 
yes
2017-03-31 17:35
Let's see how long they can hold it my guess is not a long time
2017-03-31 17:36
#30
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Switzerland Technofied 
They've already held it for a decent amount of time.
2017-03-31 17:39
#52
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United States TheKrakenKing 
They havd but its not like they have it by a long shot everything has always been so close
2017-03-31 17:57
true, especially games against fnatic and nip at iem, only miracle saved them that day, else they would be out same as vp and sk
2017-03-31 18:39
And the IEM finala could have gone both ways. Though Astralis and their experience and depth helped them win and would win more than FaZe but it could have def went the other way... #FaZeUp
2017-03-31 18:41
I mean...Faze had only played with Niko for, like, fuckin' 5 days or some shit, against a team with as good of a map pool and as tactically well-rounded as Astralis? I think Faze can be a consistent, and very challenging opponent to Astralis (included in the same bunch as SK and VP) once they get their roles and strats worked out and have gotten more used to playing with each other. I mean, G2 has a much higher pedigree of players on its team (as they essentially have two of the absolute very tippy-top best of French players), and they have only recently begun to show kinda sorta decent results, after close to two months of playing together. Granted, they might not ever really become a world-beater (even though I don't know why that would happen), but Faze was already showing much more promise and playing better than G2 after only a few days of playing together, and I think they both have pretty loose styles of playing, so one can only hope that the emotional high and X-factor will only improve in Faze.
2017-03-31 21:57
you could literally make the case of this for every single fucking team in the world. This is so retarded.
2017-04-02 19:52
+1 people tend to overlook that VP closes out so many close game that "could go either way" according to that logic. I don't believe in that though, it's the better team that manages to close out the game in the craziest of circumstances
2017-04-03 01:35
my guess is that g2 wont be top 10 in 2017 and my guess is that envyus wont be top20 2017
2017-03-31 17:57
#142
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Russia band1 
RANKS will get it
2017-03-31 20:18
#148
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Russia xtkjdtr01 
I think ur guesses are right
2017-03-31 20:54
Device fans can be right ;)
2017-03-31 21:31
yes
2017-03-31 17:35
#5
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Slovakia HanSoloBerger 
Gl!
2017-03-31 17:35
oh rly?
2017-03-31 17:35
#8
Kohi | 
Russia Vitosh992 
this photo :>
2017-03-31 17:35
you wont xD
2017-03-31 17:35
sure
2017-03-31 17:35
#13
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Europe zero_hoes 
ez
2017-03-31 17:35
#16
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Singapore Prawblems 
n1
2017-03-31 17:35
ez
2017-03-31 17:35
#21
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Denmark DanishDelight 
Ez #1 Dupreeh
2017-03-31 17:35
won't happen
2017-03-31 17:35
Expectator: want Astralis to stop their dominance
2017-03-31 17:36
#26
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Guatemala brence 
wow they want to stay number 1? that sounds stupid
2017-03-31 17:36
"I’m proud of my team, and I want to hold the #1 spot in the world for as long as possible. The competition is strong out there, so we’re doing everything we can to always improve and always try to be one step ahead of our opponents." Good joke. As long as fnatic or G2 wont reach their good form there is no competition for them.
2017-03-31 17:38
cryberg
2017-03-31 17:42
most ridiculous comment I've read today, depends what you call 'good form'. everyone said this with fnatic before they broke up the first time, and everyone can use these 'what if' arguments until the end of time. doesn't mean your argument has any substance/truth to it though. the truth of the matter is that the competition is at one of the best levels it's ever been at regardless of whether G2 or fnatic are on their 'good form' now or not.
2017-03-31 17:45
"G2/fnatic" lmao. You fnatic fangays are truely delusional.
2017-03-31 17:54
You want to deny the potential of fnatic and G2? Expected from delusional SK fanboy who still thinks that SK is not a fluke team.
2017-03-31 18:03
What potential? What have they shown in the last three months? How can anyone who has a brain instead of a peanut inside their skull say that sk was a fluke team when they were THE most consistent team in entire 2016?
2017-03-31 18:07
Do you even understand what potential mean? What the fuck is that logic? Yes, SK was good in 2016 with fnx. What have they done with felps?
2017-03-31 18:09
Oh wow! I mean my mm team also has huge potential,we can be top1 easily but we are just in bad form now.
2017-03-31 18:13
you really need your head checking
2017-03-31 18:15
Then you need to get your head checked too because i used the same logic you have used.
2017-03-31 18:17
no you didnt fnatic and the G2 players all did big things alraedy and proved that they are able to be players in the #1 team. Your mm team did nothing.
2017-03-31 18:21
That was years ago. A year in cs is like a decade in real life. Its like saying nip is just in bad form and has huge potential because they also did big things and proved that they are able to be players in the #1team.
2017-03-31 18:25
Years? It was 1 1/2 years (G2)/1 year (fnatic) ago. Stop being so delusional.
2017-03-31 18:33
And? 1 year is still a long period of time in cs. If a team is in "bad form for a long period of time" then it means that it is their actual form but other teams have just gotten better.
2017-03-31 18:38
#187
zonic | 
Denmark Phoey 
This SK guy is right.. Fnatic went for a change for a reason in the beginning.. They lack so much of an IGL.. Only hope for Fnatic is -JW +Pronax.. Yes Pronax is a bot fragger, but flusha and twist aren't leader material. So it cannot be any of them. And with Olofm, Flusha, Dennis and Krimz peaking their maximum potential, they can be really good. But they need a real leader first. Just look at North with MSL.. He is a botfragger too. Atm. Fnatic and G2 are both shit teams. Admit it or not i don't care. They won't be scary in 2017, but will be around top 15 for the entire year. This is the year where we again will see how important a REAL IGL is. Faze got better after getting KarrigaN, Astralis became the best after getting Gla1ve who suited the players abilities better than Karrigan. What I'm trying to say is that the only tier 1 team, who is kinda consistent without a mastermind IGL is Virtus.Pro. A team who has been playing with each other forever, and doesn't really need one, because they know everything about each others play style. And no... NEO is not a mastermind.. Astralis > Gla1ve North > MSL FaZe > Karrigan SK > Fallen Navi > Needs to get Zeus back if they wanna stay on the top. Immortals > Steel Heroic > Snappi Fnatic, Cloud9, G2, Liquid, Optic and so on.. They all need a REAL IGL to ever become a top team again.. IGL > PugChamp Anyday of the week.
2017-04-01 11:17
you really need your head checking
2017-03-31 18:10
#126
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United States Jamila 
fnatic is dead. That form isn't coming back. In terms of G2, it'll take longer to figure things out but I think they'll be the team competing with Astralis for titles
2017-03-31 19:10
lel
2017-03-31 19:32
#188
zonic | 
Denmark Phoey 
Nah... FaZe and Astralis will take this years big fights.. Other teams could catch up with minor changes.. Virtus Pro transfer Taz for Michu - HUGE UPGRADE SK Transfer Taco and Felps for Boltz and FNX - HUGE UPGRADE Navi transfer Seized for Zeus - HUGE UPGRADE Fnatic needs a real igl for this to be good. I'd say give Olof the awp, kick JW and bring back Pronax. G2 needs a lot haha.. This PugChamp team won't ever achieve anything.. Shox, ScreaM, Happy, KennyS and RpK and you got the team. Cloud9 needs to change at least shroud and n0thing for RUSH and EliGe.. NiP needs some more power as well i would say kick Xizt and Friberg and get Twist and Lekr0. Well thats about it
2017-04-01 11:26
#200
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United States Jamila 
Taz has been playing better than michu for like 6 months now, VP has the 5 best Polish players Happy = RIP team C9 and NiP aren't gonna reach top 1
2017-04-01 17:57
#213
zonic | 
Denmark Phoey 
Nah, TaZ has been a bot the whole 2017
2017-04-03 10:39
ez for Astralis
2017-03-31 17:41
Implying Astralis has the n°1 spot LUL
2017-03-31 17:42
wwooowww... a team who's currently #1 wants to hold the #1 spot... what a huge surprise lol
2017-03-31 17:42
#35
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Norway Zak3y 
Wont happend
2017-03-31 17:42
no more chokestralis ? :( i aren`t think that
2017-03-31 17:45
LOL you need to take the #1 spot before you can hold it.
2017-03-31 17:45
It's Astralis we are talking about. Not VP, sorry m8.
2017-03-31 17:55
"we" arent talking about anything.
2017-03-31 17:56
Mad proxypoorlack.
2017-03-31 18:03
im german sorry to tell you but you dont have to be insecure about the fact you are from a tier 2-3 country. its not your fault you guys are poor.
2017-03-31 18:22
Lol.
2017-03-31 18:46
accepting it is the first step into the right direction
2017-03-31 18:46
Taking pills is the first step in ur case bro.
2017-03-31 18:49
well im not interested. if you want i can pay for yours. just ask, its okay, i have enough money to pay for a poor boy.
2017-03-31 18:53
I steel see u poorlack. Stop acting like german. U are miserable.
2017-03-31 18:56
could you say that in english pls?
2017-03-31 19:00
#151
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Russia xtkjdtr01 
Can u buy me a mouse mr rich boy?
2017-03-31 20:57
i could
2017-03-31 21:27
#184
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Russia xtkjdtr01 
Realle? :D
2017-04-01 05:35
yes i could
2017-04-01 10:45
#189
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Russia xtkjdtr01 
pm?
2017-04-01 11:33
Shhhhhh mr. no scene shhhhhhhh
2017-04-01 12:42
denmark doesnt have a scene as well. 1 and a half team arent a scene dude.
2017-04-01 13:49
Bad bait is bad i r8 0/8
2017-04-01 13:58
truth is hard sometimes
2017-04-01 13:59
#167
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Germany Tunio 
nt now in english
2017-03-31 22:16
Astralis IS #1 right now though, easily. The only one you could consider even close to them in ranking is VP. I don't really like Astralis as a team, and I would prefer if VP or Faze took the spot, but they won the last major (which is, no pun intended, a major reason why it's hard to consider another team above them) and Katowice relatively shortly after that, with a finals appearance during Las Vegas. Also, dude, since you're offering to pay for shit, can I get the G403 wireless? Thanks, fam. :D
2017-03-31 22:03
who tf do u think is top 1 lmao? its clearly astralis
2017-03-31 18:34
there is no #1 team atm.
2017-03-31 18:35
ELEAGUE S2- astralis final ECS - Astralis dominating win ELEAGUE Major- astralis win Vegas - Astralis semis Katowice - Astralis win top 4 past 5 big events, win in 3, final in 4 astralis is clearly the best team, they are winning more big events than they are losing
2017-03-31 18:37
no
2017-03-31 18:37
nice counter argument germany, knew u guys were dumb but didnt know this dumb XD
2017-03-31 18:42
nice counter argument germany, knew u guys were dumb but didnt know this dumb XD
2017-03-31 18:45
winning while rest of the scene is shuffling around players like crazy. they have strong map pool and good talent but they have a long way to go to be dominant or owning the scene in any way. (imo their peak level cs is lower than sk, vp, fnatic and they are still prone to choking)
2017-04-01 02:07
lmao thats the exact same thing ppl said about sk teams havent been slumping for the last 2 years
2017-04-01 03:13
#113
zonic | 
Denmark Phoey 
Retarded. Astralis is by miles the best team right now
2017-03-31 18:49
nt biased swedencopy
2017-03-31 18:53
#119
zonic | 
Denmark Phoey 
Tier 3 scene
2017-03-31 18:57
and? doesnt change the fact astralis isnt #1
2017-03-31 18:58
haha man u german guy. U are seriously funny. I didnt laught with u tho, i laughed at u. Astralis is top 1 and has been for a while now. Every commentator/Analysis guy acknowledges this. u should as well. Astralis have proved to be the number 1 team. If u actually mean anyone has proved it more than them please tell me who and how
2017-03-31 22:47
there is no #1 team atm. go to bed now, its late.
2017-03-31 23:14
#205
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United States throw2999 
HLTV says otherwise, ya know HLTV its the website you're using right now.
2017-04-01 21:50
they never even were top1 what is that virgin talking about, cringy kid with a face of a down
2017-03-31 17:53
lol who was then? Astralis has had an amazing streak, no matter who you cheer for
2017-04-03 01:37
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2017-03-31 17:54
I'm creative, we're the best, blablabla... So boring :/
2017-03-31 17:55
sorry it wont happen. it will be taken by liquid once they get their 5th
2017-03-31 17:56
Chokers
2017-03-31 17:58
ez for astralis #1 team of all time #RUNASTRALIS #MAJORCHAMPIONS #BESTESTOFALLTIME #TOTHESTARS
2017-03-31 18:05
nt
2017-03-31 18:16
NOICE
2017-03-31 18:11
#77
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Europe 3MK 
We are number one
2017-03-31 18:22
#78
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Poland trancemeister 
Virtus.Lan are coming children! :-)
2017-03-31 18:23
first try to win more than 1 event :>
2017-03-31 18:24
#86
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Poland trancemeister 
2015 - 6 winnings events. 2016 - 3 winnings events. 2017 - 1 winning event + final major. What are you talking to me about? change your dealer. legends never die!
2017-03-31 18:28
i am talking about 2017 my friend , and we are talking about ''winning'' not achieving a major final.
2017-03-31 18:28
#89
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Poland trancemeister 
You write to legends to win more than 1 tournament, total nonsense aka brainded style.
2017-03-31 18:32
and when did i say that they arent legends imbecyle? . i just hope that you arent delusional to at least hope that vp is #1 right now
2017-03-31 18:33
#98
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Poland trancemeister 
They are clearly top 2 right now , But if they win Kiev have a chance to top 1. Imbecyle? Why offense? In this way you can speak to your parents.
2017-03-31 18:38
says the guy who just said that i have a braindead style ok. first i never said they arent legends , and they are top 2 right now which means good cuz it is already an achievement for them.
2017-03-31 18:40
You wrote to win more than one tournament even though they have been in the top since 2006. Who has been giving cards in this industry for years? :))
2017-03-31 18:46
in the beggining of 2016 they werent top my friend. still i am talking about now 2017 not 2006 oh and btw vp have never been top 1 in csgo so whats the point?
2017-03-31 22:10
They were recently but for a short time. It is not my fault that you have a sclerosis :-))Besides, they do not have to prove anything to anyone. Legends never die! have a nice evening.
2017-03-31 22:50
it's imbecile, you retarded fuck.
2017-03-31 22:31
profil checks out. not suprised people call you retarded kid :>
2017-03-31 22:34
at least learn to spell imebecile properly before going out and calling others "imbecyle" for having a different opinion than yours, faggot.
2017-04-01 14:15
as i said profile checks out. dont be retard anymore so people wont call u like that. have a nice day faggot.
2017-04-01 19:14
are you supposed to be danish? because i thought danes were taught english in school, or are you just not very smart?
2017-04-01 19:20
still mad cuz people are calling you retarded? i said have a nice day.
2017-04-01 19:22
why would i be mad? i'm simply just telling you that you're missing a chromosome or two. but hey, not your fault that your dad decided to stick it to his sister.
2017-04-01 20:56
still being mad mr shitter. its alright to be retarded , but you should chill for a second.
2017-04-02 00:13
2018 - 0 winnings. 2019 - disband.
2017-04-01 15:56
Who cares about Virtus.groupstage?
2017-03-31 18:34
''virtus.groupstage'' at least they are top 2 based on achievements
2017-03-31 18:37
Yeah because all teams except Astralis have shit results right now. Should change in the comming months though.
2017-03-31 18:39
based on recent results faze and vp are on the same level , but vp should be top 2 cuz of achievements not that all teams are having a shit results.
2017-03-31 18:41
CLG will win this.
2017-03-31 18:26
bad player
2017-03-31 18:26
#103
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United States darkun 
keep wanting
2017-03-31 18:40
Astralis wins are easily explained by the lack of good competition at the time. I mean, wtf, they made two big finals against OPTIC (+ one against Faze)! Fnatic had issues, G2/envyus had issues, navi had issues (-zeus), sk had issues (-fnx +fox, and then still adapting felps), + VP throwing at the major final.
2017-03-31 18:56
#118
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Poland sajlent 
it won't be so hard if VP keep playing like this xd
2017-03-31 18:57
#122
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Czech Republic marekkingx 
Dupreeh is great. He seems to be very intelligent, again nice interview. :-)
2017-03-31 18:59
#124
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Portugal dracø 
ez 4 parkison-fueled aimstar kjaerbye
2017-03-31 19:01
#128
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Denmark Mrnobody 
Ok dupreeh.
2017-03-31 19:21
#131
GruBy | 
Sweden MJeyy 
Lol so much hate on Astralis
2017-03-31 19:33
#133
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Malaysia phyzell 
Just need another 5 months to defend the 2017 title.
2017-03-31 19:39
They #1? Holy shit, the state of cs..
2017-03-31 19:39
#135
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Sweden lagcats 
yeh gl dupreeh, fnatic is coming back
2017-03-31 19:41
#136
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France 0racle 
VP threw the major final
2017-03-31 19:51
They wanna keep number 1 spot? Well no shit. Learn how 2 title.
2017-03-31 20:09
Astrash can be ready for go to number 2, North is coming for them.
2017-03-31 20:20
#146
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Croatia mds818 
make that number 3,fnatic is here aswell.
2017-03-31 20:42
#158
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Poland mamba99999 
They didn't win the major, VP lost the major. It was a fluke, bad luck, whatever.
2017-03-31 21:33
Just finished watching Astralis vs Kinguin on Cache. Astralis losing t-side Pistol, 2nd Round Dupreeh sneaks into checkers, then from checkers on b and kills 2 people. 2nd Kill with 1 bullet left. Their playstyle is that smooth, fast, unpredictable and in addition to that moves like that.
2017-04-01 01:38
Nt new SK Won small event Won major Won big event Now they will not win anything lululul
2017-04-01 01:55
#193
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Denmark Ableskewer 
Awesome! I like these interviews. They are kinda long though and in that light I think the questions are kinda bad tbh. Here's example: Astralis has now been the number one ranked team for four months, with maxed out points and several hundred ahead of the next team. Last time we saw this was early 2016 with fnatic and mid-year with LG/SK. Do you think that reflects how dominant you have been in the past few months? What is this supposed to mean; they are #1 cause they have been dominant? Is that what you're asking. Ofc it is!! Just sayun'
2017-04-01 13:55
From this interview you can really see how much Dupreeh loves the game.
2017-04-01 14:46
#206
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Norway Trypticon 
Losing the #1 next major then, flukestralis ^^
2017-04-02 00:07
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