Astralis’s Nicolai “dev1ce” Reedtz affirmed via web-based networking media that he will come back to dynamic competition play with his group Astralis, which is uplifting news for all aficionados of the Danish side. Conveying the Legend status from Krakow, Astralis are slated to play at the ELEAGUE Major in the not so distant future, however they were nearly contending with a huge impede.
Dev1ce have been on rest since IEM Oakland following sickness and must be supplanted by a modest bunch of players in Astralis’ next competitions: “dennis” Edman for BLAST Pro Series and Ruben “RUBINO” Villarroel at EPL Season 6 finals.
In spite of playing with untested lists, Astralis took second on home turf at BLAST, however couldn’t pull together for a decent arrangement at EPL, leaving the gatherings as 9-tenth.
Had dev1ce’s restorative issues not been settled, the group would’ve needed to play with mentor Danny “zonic” Sørensen — a reasonable drawback and difficulty thinking about the high stakes of the Major.
With the AWPer back in shape, nonetheless, this takes Astralis back to being one of the fundamental top choices for the title, particularly thinking about the condition of their greatest adversaries.
The most sizzling group towards the finish of 2017, SK Gaming, are going to with a secured João “felps” Vasconcellos (according to Valve rules) rather than Ricardo “boltz” Prass, the last of whom helped the Brazilians to their last couple of titles.
Legends, for example, Fnatic, Virtus.pro G2A and Gambit Esports have additionally been battling, while any semblance of FaZe Clan and G2 Esports need to survive the Challengers Stage first where anything can happen.
The ELEAGUE Major will commence Jan. 12 in Atlanta and proceed till Jan. 28, moving to the Agganis Arena in Boston for the playoffs organize.