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As published jaxon.ggNicholas «device» Reedtz would be willing to return to competition. From the media itself they assure that the Dane has held talks with several teams to join a new project of CS:GO and quit Ninjas in Pajamas. However, the future of the 26-year-old player and the team that could sEsports Extrashim are still unknown.
One of the main drawbacks for this exit would be the high cost of his signing. NIP acquired the Danish legendaccording to reports, for 1,000,000 dollarswhich could be the highest figure in the history of esports. A priori, the signing was more than outstanding for the Swedish organization. Nicolai had conquered four Majors of CS:GO and he was one of the best AWPers of history Months later, the signing considered at the time as a bomb has finally come out “frog”.
device mental health
To begin with, the results were not as positive as expected. Furthermore, and more importantly, device was not in the best of health to compete. The Dane went to PIN bank on December 13 last year stating that he needed a break to improve his mental health. During all these months there have been rumors of his return, but the Dane has never confirmed anything. NIP has continued to test players in its role while Astralis, since its departure, has had several AWPers in its roster, all of them without success. Both the player and the two organizations have undergone the change.
1/5: Hey guys, 2021 has been a tough year for so many people, myself included. Today there is new speculation as to the reason why I’m currently taking time out: I shouldn’t have to, but as it’s providing unfair on my team mates, I thought it best to offer an explanation…
— Nicolai Reedtz (@dev1ce) December 20, 2021
Jaxon picks up the FACEIT profile of the current PIN player showing that he has returned to the game’s servers. CS:GO. There are already eight months of inactivity on the part of the device, a more than considerable period of time considering the pace of competition, something that can turn interested teams back. In addition, with what it cost in its day, and the cache, it seems almost unlikely that NIP wants to get rid of the Danish for a low price. After eight months of rumours, it seems that the return of one of the best players in history is closer than ever, it just remains to be seen which team will bet on his return.