dupreeh: "Stop expecting the same astralis right now."
Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen urged the community not to expect that the current Astralis line-up will immediately start showing the same results as before the substitutions. He noted that the updated team has been training less than a week.
Stop expecting the same astralis right now. It's not Snappi or JUGis who's the issue or anything, we're working hard through this period to get into the shape we want to be in. We will lose some, and win some. We've spent less than a week working on this lineup. Keep that in mind— Peter Rasmussen (@dupreeh) June 1, 2020
At the end of May, Lucas "gla1ve" Rossander and Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth announced their decision to temporarily leave the CS:GO competition scene to work on their health recovery. The starting five of Astralis was filled Jacob "JUGi" Hansen and Marco "Snappi" Pfeiffer.
Together with JUGi and Snappi, the Danish grand debuted at the BLAST Premier Spring 2020 Europe Showdown, which started on June 1. The team was defeated by NiP and outplayed sAw.