CS: GO ace Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen
Dupreeh’s bright career began with 3DMAX, but he stayed there for only four months before moving alongside Flux, but was a brief time in there as well as the team disbanded after only six days.
When he joined Copenhagen Wolves and finally his career truly began to take off. He met his best buds Xyp9x and Dev1ce there. The trio yet holds the record for having performed together for ever the longest period. Dupreeh with the rest of the team at Copenhagen Wolves could not accomplish anything particularly noteworthy. He joined Vitality later on which had set as the turning point in his life.
After Team Vitality qualified for Rio, Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen became the only CS: GO player to qualify for all 18 Majors. Since the transition to single RMR events, the road to qualifying for the CS: GO Majors has been more challenging. The best teams and players are no longer assured a place in a Major after all the roster changes over the past year. Up until this week’s Road to Rio RMR events, three players had attended each of the 17 Majors from DreamHack Winter 2013 to PGL Antwerp 2022. In their bid to get their 18th place at the Europe RMR event for Rio, only one of the three competitors was successful.
After Team Vitality qualified for Rio, Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen became the only CS: GO player to qualify for all 18 Majors. Andreas “Xyp9x” Hjsleth and Richard “Shox” Papillon, the other two professionals with 17 appearances, were absent from Rio.
Hardware and Gear
- Mouse – Logitech G PRO Wireless
- Mousepad – G640
- Monitor- ZOWIE XL2546
- Refresh rate – 240 Hz
- In-game resolution – 1280×1024
- Scaling – Stretched
- Keyboard – Logitech G PRO X
- Headset – Logitech G PRO X
Dupreeh entries pro scene by joining Australis
Astralis, a newly established Danish team, took on Dupreeh and his comrades. Nobody anticipated that the newly created team would go on to become one of the finest in CSGO history. Dupreeh finally discovered an organization where he felt like he could flourish together with the company and his teammates after competing under the banners of seven different organizations. As the team finished third on their very first event together, Dupreeh’s tenure over Astralis got off to a blissful start.
Everything started falling into place for Dupreeh with his best-Astralis in 2018. They won 8 S-tier tournaments, one of which was a Major, making Dupreeh’s total Major victories two. Since Dupreeh and Astralis were the only teams to win four Major championships, they were instantly regarded as the greatest team to ever play the game. They won the next two Majors. Dupreeh was one of the most reliable players in the club and greatly contributed to their success.
In November 2021, he and his teammates Magisk and zonic relocated to the French squad Vitality, ending his stint with Astralis.
Ranking from HLTV
- Was ranked the 18th best of 2013
- Was ranked the 16th best of 2014
- Was ranked the 12th best of 2015
- Was ranked the 10th best of 2017
- Was ranked the 5th best of 2018
- Was ranked the 16th best of 2019
- Was ranked the 9th best of 2020
Check out Dupreeh’s Steam profile