dev1ce Gets Signed by NiP, Leaves Astralis for Good

    dev1ce Gets Signed by NiP, Leaves Astralis for Good

    Swedish esports and gaming powerhouse Ninjas in Pyjamas has confirmed Nicolai “dev1ce” Reedtz’s signing. The move is considered high profile and the most significant in the CSGO brotherhood in recent times.

    The forthcoming Flashpoint 3 RMR tournament will be Nicolai’s first appearance in the NIP jersey. He’s among the few players who claimed a four-time CSGO major. Nicolai was one of the founding members of the roster that preceded Astralis in 2016.

    Leaving Astralis is tough, to say the least. The boys will always be like family to me, but this covid era has left me thinking a lot; where do I see myself when it all goes back to normal? I’ve lived in Sweden for some time now, speaking the language and I’m really hyped about this young and exciting NIP project. To join one of the most successful organizations, where so many legends have played, inspires me. Just see what LeBron James achieved with the Lakers for instance, and with the Major in Stockholm coming up; to bring that home to Sweden is my number one goal.”


    The NIP project has recently gained traction with a part by part falling into place. When the ESL Pro League runs well, NIP is hungry and ready to win trophies. It’s no different from the early years, when Nicolai and his team of talented Danes continued to come close to the major victories.

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    They finally started getting all the way after investing heavily in the mental aspect of the game, which is exactly what NIP is doing with a performance team working full time with the team. Reedtz evaluates:

    How NIP works with mental health was a huge factor in the decision. Everyone who has followed me through my career knows that I’ve experienced it all; from choking to winning. It’s true that winning the first tournament can light up the spark, and I’m confident that I can bring a lot of winning culture to this talented roster over time.

    dev1ce Gets Signed by NiP, Leaves Astralis for Good

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