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Nicolai Reedtz, 22 years Denmark

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Gold in tournaments:
  • ELEAGUE Clash for Cash
  • IEM Season XI — World Championship. CS:GO
  • The ELEAGUE Major 2017
  • Esports Championship Series Season 2. LAN Finals
  • Red Dot Invitational
  • PGL Season 1
  • FACEIT League 2015
  • Alienware Area51 Cup Season 2
  • Counter Pit League Season 1
  • Fragbite Masters 4 CS:GO
  • PGL CS:GO Championship Series
  • Game Show CS:GO League Season 2
  • 99Damage Masters 1
  • FACEIT League 2015
  • Team Dignitas CS:GO SCAN Invitational
  • Fragbite Masters 2014
  • Gfinity Alienware Pro League Season 1
  • Electronic Sports European Championship
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Silver in tournaments:
  • ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2017
  • SL i-League StarSeries Season 3
  • Counter Pit League Season 2 - Finals
  • Aftonbladet Fight Night #3
  • ESL Expo Barcelona
  • IEM San Jose 2015
  • ESL ESEA Pro League Dubai Invitational
  • Fragbite Masters Champions Showdown
  • DreamHack Open London 2015
  • IEM Gamescom 2015
  • Copenhagen Games 2015
  • Hitbox Arena Championship 3
  • FACEIT Spring League
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Bronze in tournaments:
  • Esports Championship Series Season 3
  • DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017
  • Power-LAN 2016
  • DreamHack Summer 2016
  • Intel Extreme Masters Katowice 2016 CS:GO
  • Global eSports Cup - Season 1
  • DreamHack Leipzig 2016
  • ESL ESEA Pro League Season 2
  • SLTV StarSeries XII CS:GO
  • MLG X Games
  • Copenhagen Games 2014
  • EMS One Katowice 2014
Prize:

$434,616.00

Team player

Astralis

Won
Draws
Lose
67.04% (419)
0.96% (6)
32.00% (200)

Total matches: 625

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Nicolai Reedtz, 22 years Denmark

device is Denmark's brightest young star. Despite his age, he has been considered to be one of the best Counter-Strike players in the most as well as one of the most promising ones. His first game was Counter-Strike: Source, and he didn't achieve anything noteworthy there. At the middle of 2012 he switched to CS:GO. Over the course of last few years he has played for Copenhagen Wolves, Team Dignitas and Team SoloMid. dupreeh, his best friend, accompanied him through most of the journey. At the beginning of 2016 his team left TSM and managed to find sponsors to found Astralis. The player was named Danish Esports Personality of 2015. He always hits top-10 in various CS:GO Player Rankings.

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