“He’s been really good.”
That’s one of the things Astralis’ captain had to say when he was asked to give some comments on Nicolai “device” Reedtz’ return to the Danish camp in a video on Astralis’ TikTok.
“We’ve played with him in pracc for some time. We wanted to see if he was still good and he has been playing really well. We wanted him to play (at the Elisa Masters event), but I think he’s also holding a little bit back because he has been out for 9 months. You need a slow start, especially with all the traveling we do.”
Even though gla1ve already wanted to see their AWPer in action at the Elisa Masters in Finland, he isn’t disappointed with device’s choice to miss out on the event and thinks it’s the right thing to do in his situation right now.
“He has also been out on sick leave so I think it’s the right thing to do. Take it slow, one step at a time. First, you’re joining a few pracc’s and when you've gotten used to that, you join the traveling so you don’t just go from 0-100 right away. I think it’s the right choice.”