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LOMME enters Astralis as CS:GO analyst
Nov 23, 2021, 4:54:00 AM

LOMME enters Astralis as CS:GO analyst

Astralis adds former CS:GO pro star Frederik ‘LOMME’ Nielsen as an analyst for the team’s roster. It has been a busy month for Astralis as the team went through a lot of changes. This is a huge shift for the team as they aim to get back to their winning run.

Formerly known as one of the best teams in CS:GO, Astralis has gone through a lot of tough changes in their roster. LOMME will work along with veteran Alexander ‘ave’ Holdt, who was named as the team’s new head coach this month.

Astralis has also added the likes of Benjamin ‘blameF’ Bremer and Kristian ‘k0nfig’ Wienecke. This is a new change for the team so far and they are working hard to bring the thunder in their games. The old era of Astralis is all over, and they are now set to go for the next big change in their roster.

LOMME was an analyst with ENCE since May 2021, which came after a stint with Team Heroic as their coach. Astralis director of sports Kasper Hvidt said that LOMME is a huge change for the team en route to more success.

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‘We’re in the process of upgrading our organization surrounding the Counter-Strike team, and one of the ways we’re doing this is bringing in LOMME’, the Astralis director of sports said. ‘Frederik brings immense tactical knowledge, strategic insight, and an impressive ability to convey his information in an easily understandable manner’.

This is the fourth change in the Astralis roster after the team failed to make it to the playoffs of PGL Stockholm Major. The Danish team changed up their squad and took out some of their core members.

LOMME said that joining Astralis was a big move for him. It is what every Danish CS:GO player would want at this point in their career.

‘It will be fantastic to work alongside so many talented players and staff, most of whom I have worked with previously at different times in my career’, LOMME said.

The new Astralis squad made its debut in the $425,000 BLAST Premier Fall Final. This will run from November 24 to 28 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Words: Paul Daniel Flores

Image: PA