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Nicolai Reedtz Astralis  Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Birthdate:  September 8, 1995     21 Years Old

April 26, 2017    dev1ce News

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dev1ce managed a 31/25 KD in Astralis' 2-0 win against GODSENT on Tuesday in Season 3 of the ECS.

dev1ce is normally the biggest contributor for Astralis, and while he was certainly not bad in this series, he was a bit more of a secondary player than anything here. In the first half of Game 1, he failed to even crack double digits in kills with just nine. He was much better in the second half, going a strong 7/1 to give his team the 16-5 win. The second game was even more lackluster for dev1ce, as he only went 15/15 in the whole game. His first half was pretty average, with a 10/9 KD. The second half was an almost invisible one for him, only tallying five kills in the half. With their opponent not being the most intimidating, this play was fine, but against a better team, it could end up being a bit of a problem.

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April 26, 2017

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce managed a 31/25 KD in Astralis' 2-0 win against GODSENT on Tuesday in Season 3 of the ECS.

dev1ce is normally the biggest contributor for Astralis, and while he was certainly not bad in this series, he was a bit more of a secondary player than anything here. In the first half of Game 1, he failed to even crack double digits in kills with just nine. He was much better in the second half, going a strong 7/1 to give his team the 16-5 win. The second game was even more lackluster for dev1ce, as he only went 15/15 in the whole game. His first half was pretty average, with a 10/9 KD. The second half was an almost invisible one for him, only tallying five kills in the half. With their opponent not being the most intimidating, this play was fine, but against a better team, it could end up being a bit of a problem.

April 20, 2017

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dev1ce earned a 43/36 KD on Tuesday in a series tie with Ninjas in Pyjamas in the ESL Pro League Season 5.

dev1ce got out to a slow start faced two rounds down to start the first half of Inferno. Device contributed to the eco round win which cut the score in half 2-1. Although NiP stood tall in Round 4, dev1ce came back to take the following two rounds to remain in the game 4-3. From there, dev1ce gave up four rounds before opening the A-bombsite, and his aggressive AWP through the mid area allowed them to take three rounds to end the half down 9-6. However, dev1ce shut down NiP's offense in the second half, winning seven rounds in a row before the Swedes captured one of their own. dev1ce posted a 23/17 KD and 85.0 ADR to close out the second half 16-12. Game 2, dev1ce didn't have the stable economy to really try and advance using the AWP, down early 6-0 on Cache; however, he did manage to string a few rounds together to get the economy going late. As a result,dev1ce contributed to the first-half comeback to take the lead at the half 8-7. device started the second half with a triple kill on the A-bombsite in a post-plant situation to secure the second pistol round. From there dev1ce and team were closed out to a series tie with a 16-12 loss on Cache. dev1ce earned a 20/19 KD and 79.6 ADR.

April 9, 2017

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dev1ce put up a 66/60 KD in Astralis close 1-2 loss to FaZe Clan in the grand finals of the StarSeries Season 3 Finals.

dev1ce had a bit of an odd series here against FaZe Clan. While he is normally a rock for Astralis, the Dane came up short more than a couple times in this series. He started off well enough in Game 1 with a 28/17 KD, including 16 kills with his famed AWP. He led the way in a close 16-14 win that put his team up 1-0 from the start. Game 2 on Nuke is likely one that will haunt him for quite some time. He only managed to put up a lowly 10 kills in the stomp that FaZe put on them in the game. This set the teams up for a showdown of epic proportions in Game 3 on Inferno. While he played well enough, it simply wasn't enough for his team to the pick up the win. Despite being up 10-5 at the half, he couldn't find the requisite kills in the late game to hold off FaZe's furious comeback. Far too many times his AWP wasn't hitting his targets, which allowed FaZe to inch all the way back to force overtime where they picked up the 19-17 win.

April 6, 2017

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dev1ce posted a strong 22/14 KD in Astralis' win over Fnatic on Day 3 of the StarSeries Season 3 Finals.

dev1ce was his normal self in this win over Fnatic on Thursday. While Astralis were struggling a bit in the first half, dev1ce played the role of old reliable to make sure that his team went into the half strong. He picked up a big 3k in Round 14 that gave his team the decisive win. Going into the second half, things were still hanging pretty close between the two teams, and once again, it was dev1ce that came through to keep his team trudging along. He picked up his signature AWP in Round 22 to completely shut down Fnatic with a quad kill to tie things up, which put Astralis on the road to victory. They won the next five rounds after that to pick up the win.

April 5, 2017

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce put up a 21/23 KD in Astralis' 19-16 win over North on Day 2 of the StarSeries Season 3 Finals.

Despite the fact that dev1ce is usually a strong player for Astralis, he came up a bit short in this game against North on Wednesday. He started off slow in this game that was filled with technical pauses from the start. Once the game got going, he tried his best to get Astralis ahead, but it wasn't enough early on. In the later stages, he did start to pick up some nice clutches, including a massive one late in the game where he secured a quad kill that included a ridiculous 1-vs-3 clutch that saved his team's skin. That round win pushed Astralis ahead to a 15-14 lead before North forced overtime. In that overtime round, dev1ce came up incredibly short with no kills, which undoubtedly led to his team's tough loss.

April 4, 2017

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dev1ce tallied a 24/14 KD in Astralis' win over Counter Logic Gaming on Day 1 of the StarSeries Season 3 Finals.

dev1ce has certainly come into his own over the last few months. With Astralis playing at the top of their game, dev1ce is almost always right there at the top of the scoreboard, and today was no exception. Even though Astralis started off on the wrong foot here, going down 0-6 in the first half, dev1ce never faltered. He was always there with his AWP to keep his team ahead in the later stages of the game. He posted a game-high 14 kills on the sniper rifle, which ended up being the second-most across the entire tournament on Day 1. If dev1ce keeps this up, Astralis might be able to add another notch to the ever growing belt of wins they've got.

March 19, 2017

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce earned Astralis a firm 46/32 KD on Wednesday in a 1-1 split versus North in the ESL Pro League Season 5

dev1ce had a rough start on Wednesday, only winning four rounds in the first half of Game 1 while being blanked by five in the second. dev1ce contributed with a 14/18 KD and 63.8 ADR. dev1ce remained consistent in Game 2, starting off with a quad kill in the pistol round. He fueled the first half to a 9-6 win then remained composed in the second. dev1ce collected a 32/114 KD as well as an impressive 117.8 ADR in Game 2 after taking out North 16-11.

March 8, 2017

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dev1ce has been diagnosed with hiatus hernia, which could impact his availability to play should he opt for surgery, the player tweeted on Wednesday.

This situation appears to be very much in flux, as dev1ce is still weighing his options, one of which could require surgery. If the leader of Astralis opts to go that route, the team could be without one of their star players for at least a few weeks. Besides the time off, the procedure could come with some unintended side effects, all of which would likely weigh into dev1ce's thought process in the coming days. For now, his status will be worth monitoring in the coming days, but it's seeming like Astralis may be without one of their best players for an extended time.

March 1, 2017

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce earned a KD of 23/20 in Astralis' group stage win at IEM Katowice over OpTic on Wednesday.

dev1ce had a good game against OpTic on Train, picking up a double kill in Round 1 to give Astralis a small lead on the CT side. Throughout a tumultuous first half, dev1ce was hit and miss with the AWP and rifles, but Astralis managed to squeak out an 8-7 lead heading into the second half. dev1ce stepped up in the second half on the T side, using the AWP to find early picks for Astralis' late pushes. While he posted a team-worst ADR of 67.0, his solid 23/20 KD was enough to help Astralis topple OpTic 16-12.

March 1, 2017

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce contributed a 39/34 KD Wednesday during a 1-0 group stage win over NiP at IEM Katowice.

dev1ce is off to a shaky start at IEM Katowice. He's earned a reputation as one of the best AWPers at finding the right angles to minimize risk and maximize the chance of finding a pick, but his game sense has looked a little out of sorts in Poland. He's still staying alive in a lot of rounds, which holds a lot of value, but isn't finding as many of those consistent picks he's known for.

January 29, 2017

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce ended Astralis' 2-1 win over Virtus.pro in the grand finals of the ELEAGUE Major with a 48/55 KD.

dev1ce wasted no time at all getting himself going in this grand final. He executed a huge, if not incredibly risky, solo flank to pick off NEO for free. Despite this nice start, VP fought back for five straight wins in the first half. Throughput the rest of the first half, dev1ce led the way with his strong play. At the start of the second half, he blundered a bit with the rest of his team as they showed poor positioning and were taken out easily. It was plays like this one that made the difference in this game that saw Astralis fall 12-16. As Astralis started to surge in the first half of Game 2 on Overpass, dev1ce was right there picking up kills with his AK. With Astralis in full control of the map in the first half, it looked as though they could do no wrong. But that all came crashing down in the second half. VP started to surge and dev1ce disappeared. He only had two kills in the second half, and none in the final seven rounds of the map. He clearly started to get a bit frantic, which was evidenced by his hero move to try and rush through the smoke to get a pick, but he was instead picked off and Astralis went down 13-14. Fortunately for him, his teammates picked up his slack and finished strong to force a Game 3. The start of Game 3 was one that almost all of Astralis would certainly have wanted to forget. Dev1ce, gla1ve and Xyp9x all didn't tally kills in the first six rounds of the game. He still only nine kills after 22 rounds. But he came alive just when his team needed him to. He picked up massive doubles in Rounds 23 and 24 that kept Astralis going on the comeback train. That train would chug all the way to an eventual 16-14 win that netted them their first ever major title.

January 28, 2017

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce finished up Astralis' win over Fnatic in the semifinals of the ELEAGUE Major with a strong 49/32 KD.

dev1ce was consistently strong in the first half of this game on Cache. He used both the Deagle and AWP to pick off members of Fnatic at certain points of the match. A common theme for Astralis in this game was not overcommitting. Both dev1ce and Kjaerbye found picks all throughout, but always were content to just get the kill and back away instead of pushing for more. dev1ce also showed off some individual skill with a kill on dennis at close range with the AWP when the Fnatic player actually had the upper hand. He would continue to frag well in the game, which ended up not being enough in regulation since Fnatic forced overtime. Despite missing a few easy AWP shots in overtime, Astralis still secure the 19-16 win. He started off the second map on Nuke with a quad kill to get a 1-0 lead after a pistol round win. He got his AWP pretty early on and once again was dominant with it, netting him a double in Round 4 to go up 4-0. That was a sign of things to come for Astralis in this game. They dominated on the T-side despite this being a strong map for the CT-side. That was a good determinant of how good Astralis is going into the grand finals.

January 24, 2017

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dev1ce finished 16/11 during a best-of-one win over G2 during the ELEAGUE Major group stages on Tuesday.

dev1ce wasn't in S Rank form, but did more than enough to shut down G2 on Train. His plus-5 KD isn't the most impressive statline we've seen from him, but his slew of opening frags onto shox in the first half were vintage. dev1ce's best moment of the match came in Round 9, with Astralis forced into a 2-vs-4 retake of the B-site. dev1ce patiently waited in the shadows for gla1ve to flank G2 before pouncing on his prey. With gla1ve on the other end, dev1ce immediately boxed G2 into an uncomfortable position, and Astralis snuck away with the round. After a shaky start to the tournament, Astralis comes away from the Day 3 with a 2-1 record.

December 12, 2016

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce had a great day Sunday, earning a 46/19 KD in Astralis' win over SK 2-0 in the semifinals of the ECS Season 2 Finals.

dev1ce had a strong showing in the first half on Cache where he accumulated three rounds with two or more kills that turned into rounds won for Astralis. He also contributed to a majority of Astralis' opening kills in the second half after giving up four rounds early. He managed to secure the last two rounds of Map 1 with a pair of double kills to solidify a 16-9 win. Much the same as the start to Map 1, dev1ce had another strong showing, this time on Overpass. Four rounds in the first half were won with dev1ce getting two or more kills followed by two successful bomb plants that gave Astralis a huge 11-4 lead at the half. dev1ce also had a memorable start to the second half as he maneuvered his way through the A-bombsite with a triple entry kill followed by two knife kills to eliminate all five of his opponents, securing the second pistol round on a defuse. From there, dev1ce secured the last two rounds with a pair of double kills to close out Overpass 16-4 and the series 2-0.

December 12, 2016

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce earned a KD of 41/30 in Astralis' 2-0 series win against OpTic in the grand finals of ECS Season 2.

dev1ce had a hot start to Game 1 on Overpass, picking up a 3k in Round 1 to give Astralis an early lead. Astralis would snowball this lead into a massive 14-1 advantage heading into the second half, with dev1ce finding decent success on the AWP. Finishing with a KD of 17/12, dev1ce helped Astralis secure Game 1 with a 16-6 score. dev1ce continued to perform well in Game 2, picking up a 3k in Round 4 of Train. Earning another 3k in Round 8, dev1ce's AWP play helped Astralis take a commanding lead in the second half on T-side. By the end of the 16-11 win, dev1ce had posted a KD of 24/18 and an ADR of 86.0, helping Astralis capture their first major title in 2016.

December 10, 2016

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce finished Astralis' win over FaZe in the Group A Winner's match of the ECS Season 2 Finals with a KD of 12/8.

dev1ce had a rough time on Dust 2, though, it ultimately didn't matter much as the rest of Astralis were fragging with extreme efficiency. Picking up the AWP amidst a wash of early round wins for Astralis, dev1ce was unable to find lasting success with the sniper rifle, often getting picked off in mid or else trading 1-for-1. dev1ce wasn't a non-factor in Astralis' win, but his KD of 12/8 and subpar ADR of 72.3 show how much he struggled in the 16-3 win.

December 9, 2016

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dev1ce posted a strong 22/13 KD in Astralis' big 16-7 win over OpTic Gaming in Group A of the ECS Season 2 Finals.

dev1ce finally made some contributions to this game against OpTic on Dust 2 with an opening entry frag double in Round 4 to get his team back into this after going down 0-3 to start things off. From that point on, there was pretty much no stopping dev1ce in this game. He put up kill after kill in almost every round. His most explosive round came in Round 17 when he killed all of OpTic before the Green Wall was able to come down on a single member of Astralis. With him being on so much of a tear, OpTic could do nothing to stop Astralis from going off and getting the 16-7 win.

December 4, 2016

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce posted a strong 60/49 KD in Astralis' close 1-2 loss to OpTic Gaming in the grand finals of ELEAGUE Season 2.

dev1ce was the overall leader for his team in this tough series loss against OpTic. He topped his team in KD each game except for the last one. Even though they ended up losing this game, it was not for lack of trying from him. Game 1 on Train was his best game, as Astralis was on point from start to finish. He locked up the first pistol round with a big double that got his team off to a 1-0 start that turned into an 11-4 half. They would go on to win the game 16-9. Game 2 is where it started to fall apart for Astralis. They got off to a poor 0-7 start before dev1ce picked up a huge 1-vs-3 to get Astralis on the board. Unfortunately for him and Astralis, his teammates just couldn't come up to his level of play and they were easily taken down 16-6. Game 3 on Overpass was a bit closer, as they went into the half only down 7-8. They fell apart in the second half, though, and dev1ce wasn't there to help much. He did have a ridiculous 1-vs-4 in Round 20, but he only had five kills to his name in the match prior to that, showcasing just how poorly he played here. With no players having a positive KD, they were defeated 16-11 and OpTic were crowned champions.

December 2, 2016

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce ended Astralis' big series win over SK Gaming in the semifinals of the ELEAGUE Season 2 playoffs with a 36/30 KD.

dev1ce was one of the few members of Astralis to show up early on in Game 1 on Overpass. He picked up a double in the pistol round, but couldn't get much support from his team as they lost the round. He switched up to the AWP once Astralis stabilized their economy a big and grabbed a few early entry kills with it. Even as his team started surging in the first half, though, dev1ce didn't seem to be able to contribute much. He was tied with gla1ve at a game-low seven kills at the half. His second half wasn't much better, as he only added in five more kills in the half. Thankfully for him, Xyp9x went off and helped Astralis pick up the 16-11 win. dev1ce didn't have to do much here early on in Game 2 since gla1ve and Kjaerbye put the teams on their back. He certainly bounced back from his poor showing in the first game, as he was ended up contributing consistently in the big first half from Astralis. He was on point with his AWP, picking up kills here and there to keep SK beaten down. He led his team in the game with a 24/13 KD as Astralis picked off SK 16-12.

December 1, 2016

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dev1ce put up a 60/46 KD Wednesday in a 2-1 series ELEAGUE Quarterfinal win over Ninjas in Pajamas.

The first map was played on Cobblestone, where the AWP isn't quite as lethal as it is on a map like Train. You might expect dev1ce to struggle a bit, then, since he is one of Counter-Strike's premier AWPers, but he managed to contribute with other weapons. His Round 6 Ace with the UMP devastated the NiP economy, and he finished with 22 kills, second only to Kjaerbye. When the series switched to the sniper-friendly Train, dev1ce took off. He bagged a quad kill in the opening pistol round, including three one-tap headshots, and never looked back. He racked up AWP picks around Ivy, and denied entries left and right as Astralis took an insurmountable lead. His second pistol round on Train, when he converted a seemingly impossible 1-vs-3 clutch, was somehow more impressive than his first. dev1ce finished with a ridiculous 23/6 scoreline on the map, and a 110.2 ADR. The last map of the series, played on Overpass, was dev1ce's worst. He put up 15/18, and lost duels to friberg, GeT_RiGhT, and even Xizt. Nevertheless, Astralis moves on and dev1ce, for the most part, lived up to his stellar reputation.

November 21, 2016

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dev1ce tallied a poor 26/42 during Astralis' 0-2 loss to SK Gaming in the semifinals of IEM Oakland.

dev1ce grabbed the AWP in Round 4 of Game 1 on Train, but Astralis continued to get blown out the water and he got no kills with the weapon. He brought it out again in Round 6 and finally picked up a double with it to give Astralis their first round win. He never truly found his groove, finishing with only six kills on the sniper rifle, meaning he had more kills with other weapons than he did with the AWP. This is certainly not what you want from your main AWPer, which was a factor in the loss. dev1ce still didn't seem to be able to get much going in this series once the teams booted up on Mirage in Game 2. He only had three kills in the first eight rounds, with only one of those coming on the AWP. Even as the second half started, he was still unable to do much of anything to help his team. Towards the end of the second half, he finally found a bit of the confidence he was missing, which was a big boon to his team's prospects in the game. Despite dev1ce's help in the big comeback, Astralis couldn't stop SK in this game and lost 16-12.

November 17, 2016

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dev1ce went 23/20 in Astralis' loss to G2 in Group A of IEM Oakland on Wednesday.

dev1ce used some nice rotations in the opening pistol round to take the round. He picked up an AWP fairly early on in the game and got a few entry kills with it. He was only 5/4 on entry frags in this game, though, which is part of the reason why G2 was able to get back into the game after Astralis went up 8-3. He got another 3k in Round 11 with his AWP to really keep G2 bogged down. He snagged a double in the second-half pistol, but it wasn't enough for his team to get the win. The second half was the one in which all of Astralis was just all over the place, which resulted in a lackluster showing in the 16-12 loss.

November 17, 2016

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce put up a strong 24/9 KD in Astralis' big win over Na'Vi in Group A of IEM Oakland on Wednesday.

dev1ce was incredible in this game from start to finish. His main contributions in the 16-6 win over Na'Vi came with his AWP. He ended up with a game-high 15 kills with the sniper rifle to go along with his six entry kills. He was so good with the sniper that it seemed as though he would seriously never miss. His game wasn't limited to the AWP, though. He opened his scoring with a 3k in Round 3 with the MAC-10, and even put in some work with some rifles as well. His all-around game gave his team the versatility to easily take this game 16-6 over Na'Vi.

November 16, 2016

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dev1ce exploded for a 23/6 KD Wednesday in a 1-0 win over Team Liquid.

Team Liquid did not look like they belonged on the same server as Astralis on Wednesday. After a few close rounds went Astralis' way, they snowballed their economy to a dominant 16-1 victory. MVP of the match? Astralis' prized AWPer, dev1ce. Other than an out-of-character Round 6, when he whiffed on three easy picks that would have won the round, dev1ce found an entry frag everywhere he went. His 118.1 ADR looks pretty, but doesn't even fully describe the impact he had in this blowout. dev1ce recorded nearly all of his damage early in rounds and on high-priority targets, like TL AWPer jdm64. Perfect performance from the Danish sniper.

November 14, 2016

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dev1ce posted a 21/19 KD in Astralis' win over SK in the Group C winner's match of ELEAGUE Season 2.

dev1ce had a thrilling day against SK to take down the Brazilian juggernauts. He started the evening on Friday with a second round victory after picking up a double kill to win a 1-vs-1 and a defuse. He also won another round to tie up the score early in the first half with a 2-vs-1 duel followed by a round winning defuse. Down 9-6 at the half, dev1ce pulled out a quad kill in the 17th round to bring the score within one. He then takes the lead in the 10th round with a huge quad kill play to reset SK's economy. dev1ce cleans up the day with two big wins in the second half, sending his team to map point after a bomb plant followed by a kill and a double kill to secure the win over SK.

November 12, 2016

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dev1ce was 15/9 against ALTERNATE aTTaX in an ELEAGUE Season 2 Group C 1-0 victory on Friday.

dev1ce started slow, but finished strong. In Round 8, he unfortunately faced a 1-vs-5 situation, and while he wasn't expected to clutch it, he walked away with only one exit frag when there was an opportunity to take at least two. In Round 9, he wasted a molotov on ground that was already smoked off, and in Round 13 an aggressively pushing keev picked dev1ce off early. But dev1ce turned it on in Round 18, miraculously killing kzy in a 1-vs-1 clutch despite kzy hearing dev1ce come through Vents. dev1ce one-tapped kzy with the USP and coolly walked away. From there on, it was smooth sailing for the talented AWPer.

October 11, 2016

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dev1ce went 30/39 in Tuesday's 0-2 loss to G2.

dev1ce is a monster with the AWP on Dust 2, so one would think that playing two maps on Dust 2 would offer him tons of opportunities to make his mark with the glass cannon. However, since the rest of Astralis looks so weak right now, dev1ce has little to no setup with the AWP, making it nearly impossible to use the powerful sniper to its full effect. When Astralis finally has their long-term roster in place, expect dev1ce to return to elite form with the AWP, since the team will finally be able to work on getting him the proper support.

October 1, 2016

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dev1ce ended Astralis' loss against SK Gaming in Round 2 of ESL One New York with a 20/22 KD.

dev1ce started things out in this game with a double in the opening round and another kill in Round 2 that gave Astralis a 2-0 lead. He continued that on his way to a huge first half that saw him accumulate 14 kills. The only problem was that he died 12 times, which outweighed some of his early impact and allowed SK to go into the half only down 8-7 after being down 7-1 at one point. He ran the AWP in the second half and tried to use it to tear Astralis apart in the late game, but it wasn't enough.

September 30, 2016

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dev1ce finished Astralis' win against G2 in Round 1 of ESL One New York with a 21/17 KD.

dev1ce grabbed himself a double at the end of Round 1 to secure an opening-round win for Astralis. Unfortunately, they let RpK take out four of them to lose the second round and end up tied. He tried to use the AWP to get some entry frags towards the end of the half, but he never got much done with it. He stepped it up in a big way in the second half. His AWP shots started landing and overall he just started playing really strong. That allowed Astralis to win 11 straight to take the game 16-13.

September 11, 2016

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

dev1ce finished 62/53 in a 1-2 loss to Ninjas in Pajamas in the SL StarSeries quarterfinals on Saturday.

The top fragger for Astralis was in peak form, but it wasn't enough Saturday. He had a nice 3k hold on Cache in the first half, and found a ton of opening kills on the CT side on Dust. He was very impactful with the AWP and the rifle, and constantly earned Astralis entry frags on Dust.

July 25, 2016

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

Although dev1ce earned an impressive 31/20 series KD, he was unable to lead his team to victory in the ELEAGUE Season 1 playoffs.

Throughout the series against mousesports, dev1ce was consistently impressive. Unfortunately, he was unable to make up for the constant mistakes present in his team. He had a slow start to the series, which was expected given the dominant fashion in which mousesports took Map 1. Earning only a 7/14 KD in the loss, it seemed as though dev1ce would be unable to do much during Map 2. The opposite was the case as he exploded onto Dust 2, blowing his previous performance out of the water. Leading the charge to an 8-7 half, he earned an impressive 16/10 KD to start off the map. He continued to play in an impressive fashion, joining forces with dupreeh to claim many of the teams round victories. Unfortunately, Kjaerbye and Xyp9x were not playing at the level required to claim victory. In the end, dev1ce did what he could and earned a 31/20 KD on Dust 2, the highest in the game, but was unable to bring the series to a final Map 3. With the defeat, Astralis was eliminated from the ELEAGUE Season 1 playoffs.