dupreeh: "Maybe I will retire in two or three years"
Vitality's Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen spoke in an interview with Dust2 Brasil about his possible retirement. The Dane admitted that this would happen in two or three years.
I'm interested in trying out CS2, but I'm getting old. Let's see how long I can play. Time will show. My desire to win has not diminished, so I want to continue my long career, but I have a son and a family. I didn't play the ESL Pro League due to parental leave, as my son is only three months old. Now we are in Paris, winning a Major, and he is here. He slept through the whole game because he obviously doesn't understand what's going on, but I'll definitely tell him about it when he grows up. As for my plans, I do not plan to retire yet, but perhaps in two or three years it will happen.
Rasmussen also commented on his fifth Major title, which made him an absolute record holder by this statistics.
I think I still don't comprehend what I've achieved. When I started playing Counter-Strike, I had a dream of winning a Major and making a name for myself, and now I'm the most successful player in history. It's unrealistic.
dupreeh, together with his Vitality teammates, won BLAST.tv Paris Major 2023, which took place in France from May 8 to 21. It became the last Major in CS:GO, since a full-fledged release of CS2 is expected in the summer, and in March 2024, PGL CS2 Major Copenhagen 2024, the first Major in Counter-Strike 2 will play out.