dupreeh claims MVP award at BLAST Pro Series Global Final
Thanks to his outstanding performances throughout the event in Bahrain, Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen secured the HLTV.org and betway MVP award at the BLAST Pro Series Global Final, the second MVP award of his career.
The 26-year-old Dane started Astralis' campaign in Bahrain with an impressive, 1.50-rated Nuke against Liquid and didn't slow down throughout the event, powering his team to their sixth tournament win in 2019. dupreeh finished the event with a 1.27 rating, earning the title of the tournament MVP.
Putting his rating aside, dupreeh stood out in a number of other categories as well, being the best player at the event in terms of Kill-Death Difference (+45), Kills Per Round (0.83), as well as Headshots Per Round (0.41). The Dane was also within the top five players of the tournament in terms of KAST (74.8%), Multikill Rounds (50.3%), Damage Per Round (82.8) and a number of other categories.
This is only the second MVP award dupreeh secured in his career, with the first one coming from the ESL Pro League Season 7 Finals, an event the Danes won during their impressive run in 2018.
Alongside dupreeh, his teammate Emil "Magisk" Reif and Liquid players Keith "NAF" Markovic and Jonathan "EliGE" Jablonowski were in the race for the MVP award until the end, but none of them managed to step up enough in the grand final to claim the medal ahead of the 26-year-old player.