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dupreeh: I really want to continue but I think it’s very hard [at the moment]

The former Astralis superstar has averaged a 0.97 Rating throughout the last six months.

The blockbuster transfer to Vitality hasn’t panned out the way Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen hoped when he joined the French side at the beginning of 2022.

The Danish rifler has struggled to rediscover his past powers from where he right now finds himself at somewhat of a low point in his long career. Something he also opens up about in a recent interview with TV 2 Sporten.

Struggling individually

-I have been looking for a long time for what the key is to find a better individual performance. But I just have to admit that I think it’s difficult at the moment. It’s hard to admit. It’s one thing to admit it, but another thing is also to find the solution, dupreeh says to TV 2 Sporten.

- Is it mentally, technically, tactically or the team dynamic? dupreeh asks himself. Fortunately, I have a lot of talented people behind me to help me with such things. But it's clear that losing a round hurts a little more when I don't hit the shot I should - or make a wrong decision.

What does the future bring?

dupreeh is by many parameters one of the biggest and most successful players in CS:GO history. He has won four Major titles, he’s the player with most prize money earned throughout his career, and arguably the best entry-fragger to touch the game.

But is it time to hang up the mouse? That was also something he touched on further on in the interview.

- I know what I have achieved throughout my career. I have achieved a lot. I'm 29, and I'm going to be 30 soon. I'm going to be a father - a lot of things are happening in my life. Deep down, I don't feel like I'm done. I really want to continue, but I think it's very hard.

- Of course, I want to finish at the top. I have an individual goal that I would like to win another Major. But whether I reach it, time will tell, dupreeh concluded.

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