The star player of Astralis, Danish player dev1ce is well-known for both his aggressive play as well as his ability to quickly adapt to various situations. At ELEAGUE, he exhibited daring plays with the AWP in his opening games against NRG, first snagging a critical ace on Cache, then clinching the win on Train after a series of round losses. During the Group C finals, dev1ce would carry his team to victory, overtaking CLG on Overpass with a bold final rush that granted Astralis a spot in the playoffs. Despite skilled performances, dev1ce and his team did not emerge victorious in the quarterfinal match against mousesports.
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