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Astralis team of CS:GO

Astralis Line-up

Xyp9x - player of Astralis
+1217 -1239
Xyp9x
Andreas Højsleth
dupreeh - player of Astralis
+500 -450
dupreeh
Peter Rasmussen
device - player of Astralis
+1300 -677
device
Nicolai Reedtz
Magisk - player of Astralis
+1260 -910
Magisk
Emil Reif
gla1ve - player of Astralis
+1251 -1105
gla1ve
Lukas Rossander
Last_5_games
60% Wins
40% Losses
Last_10_games
60% Wins
40% Losses
Last month
75% Wins
25% Losses
Last year
81% Wins
19% Losses

Events with Astralis

Upcoming events

Past events

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Prize Pool: $300,000
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Prize Pool: $600,000

One of the largest yearly CS:GO tournaments.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $500,000

The LAN final of the seventh season of Esports Championship Series with a prize pool of $500,000 taking place in London.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

The first CS:GO Major tournament in 2019.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $200,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $750,000
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Prize Pool: TBA
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $45,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 7 Spots at LAN-Finals
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000

The tournament will be held in Istanbul on 23-24 June in Istanbul, Turkey and the holding place will be Ülker Sports Arena.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 8 spots at FACEIT Major 2018
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $660,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $750,000

The final of the yearly league ESL Pro League Season 7.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000

Tournament with $250,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000

The tournament of Masters from DreamHack which will take place in Marseille, France.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $45,000 + 4 spots to finals

The fifth season of the CS:GO league that is organized by the company ECS.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $500,000

A large tournament with the prize pool in the sum of $500,000.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000

The fourth season of Invitational by the company StarLadder will take place in Kiev.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $125,000

The European CS:GO league

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 is the first Major tournament in 2018

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $750,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $750,000

ESL Pro League Season 6 Finals — the LAN final of the sixth season of ESL Pro League

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000

BLAST Pro Series — one of the biggest Danish tournaments of 2017

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000

Tournament for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams, which will be held on computer festival DreamHack in Oakland.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $500,000

Major tournament for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $500,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

Major league for Tier-1 and Tier-1 teams with $1,000,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000

Major tournament for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $250,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $125,000 & 6 spots to Finals

Regular league from ESL for Tier-1, Tier-2 and Tier-3 teams with $125,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

PGL Major Krakow 2017 is the biggest summer tournament in CS:GO discipline awaited by all the representatives of CS:GO community.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $660,000

Major championship from FaceIt and YouTube for best european and american teams with $660,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $660,000

Major championship from FaceIt for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $660,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000

Rematch between Virtus.pro and Astralis with $250,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: 4 spots in ECS Season 3 Finals with $660,000 prize pool

Regular league from FaceIt with 4 spots to ECS Season 3 Finals with $660,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $200,000

First major australian tournament from ESL with $200,000 prize pool. Most participants is Tier-1 teams.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000

Tournament from StarLadder for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with Swiss System and $300,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

Major-tournament from ELEAGUE with $1,000,000 prize pool for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000

Tournament from DreamHack for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $100,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $450,000

Major tournament from DreamHack for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $450,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000

Tournament from ESL for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $300,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000

Tournament from ESL for Tier-1 teams with $250,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

Major championship from ESL for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $1,000,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000

Summer tournament from DreamHack for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $100,000 prize pool.

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Prize Pool: $1,400,000

Major tournament with biggest prize pool ever from Turner Sports and WME|IMG for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $1,400,000 prize pool.

In brief:

In 2016, the team where dupreeh, Xyp9x, dev1ce, cajunb, karrigan played having zonic as their coach was called “?” or Team Questionmark. On 18 January, the Danish changed over the tag Astralis, where they continued their way to the top of the eSports.

In 2016, the team couldn't make any good results and at MLG Clumbus 2016 they weren't able to get more than the 3-4 place losing against Natus Vincere.

Later the ex-captain of the team, karrigan, joined FaZe Clan, leaving the Danish without their head, but one week later Astralis signed an ambitious player from Heroic, Lukas “gla1ve” Rossander. He was considered to be a young talent and one of the best esportsmen in Denmark. Later he proved his title taking the cup at Esports Championship Series Season 2 Finals. Thanks to the win at the tournament, Astralis earned $250,000. In 2017, the Danish roster together with their captain gla1ve showed an interesting Grand final at ELEAGUE Major 2017 and got the win getting a money reward of half a million dollars, and later Astralis became champions at Intel Extreme Masters XI — World Championship 2017 where they got a money reward of $104,000.

In 2018, Astralis won such big tournaments as DreamHack Masters Marseille 2018, ESL Pro League Season 7 Finals, Esports Championship Series Season 5 Finals, ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2018, FACEIT Major: London 2018, Esports Championship Series Season 6 - Finals, ESL Pro League Season 8 - Finals, and Intel Grand Slam Season 1. The total earnings of Astralis are more than $5,780,000 at the moment and the CS:GO roster will stay on the top of the rate by HLTV for a long time.

Bookmakers

Upcoming CS:GO events


Date
$50,000 + 2 spots at StarLadder Major 2019
Prize Pool

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$50,000 + 2 spots at StarLadder Major 2019
Prize Pool

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$1,000,000
Prize Pool

Date
$200,000
Prize Pool

Date
$250,000
Prize Pool

Date
$100,000
Prize Pool

Date
$100,000
Prize Pool

Date
$100,000
Prize Pool