dupreeh
Peter Rasmussen 
Denmark
Astralis
Couldn't edge FaZe in grand final loss
October 15, 2017
dupreeh tallied a 26/43 KD on Friday with a 2-0 loss to FaZe Clan in the ELEAGUE Premier grand finals
ANALYSIS
dupreeh had a strong defensive hold in the first half of Cache with only three rounds given up to FaZe late in the half for a 12-3 lead. However, his offense in the second half couldn't budge for more than two rounds as FaZe clan would dominate the field to come back and edge Game 1 with a 16-14 win. In Game 2, dupreeh continued to have a rough first-half for the offense only able to pick up three early on to be on the other side of the 12-3 half. dupreeh would come out fierce in the second half of Overpass on the defense to hold out for three rounds. FaZe finally picked up the fourth rounds of the second half as dupreeh would fire back with his own. Unfortunately, dupreeh could get more than four rounds in the second half for a 16-7 series sweep.
Brings the thunder in series sweep
October 10, 2017
dupreeh posted a 59/21 KD in Astralis' 2-0 win over Fnatic in the quarterfinals of the ELEAGUE Premier 2017.
ANALYSIS
dupreeh showed up for his team in a major way in more ways than one in this series. Not only did he own the scoreboard with his blistering KD, but he called an impeccable series from start to finish. On Train, he was bringing out multiple looks from the very start to give Fnatic fits. Especially with Golden being a new shotcaller for Fnatic, dupreeh's strategies were especially strong. The fact that he could couple that with such a strong performance offensively is an even greater feat. He had multiple strong rounds, including a quad kill that locked up Train for his team. With Astralis playing this strong, they've got a shot to lock up their first major win in quite some time.
Solid performance in 2-0 sweep
October 8, 2017
dupreeh gained a 37/27 KD on Thursday in a 2-0 win over North in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
A 3-0 deficit early didn't phase dupreeh one bit as the Dane helped pick up four straight on the defense to secure the lead. His firm holds and aggressive defensive retakes into the bombsites granted the team an early lead and eventually taking the first half with an 8-3 score, winning eight in a row. Although North did come back with a few rounds of their own, dupreeh made sure to secure the half with a 9-6 lead. In the second half, North picked up two defense round holds on the B-bombsite but dupreeh got the opening kills and post-plant holds to win seven rounds in the half to secure Mirage with a 16-10 win. In Game 2, dupreeh lost the opening round due to a defensive retake but the following eco round wins jumbled the economy of North. From there, a 5-1 lead would materialize in the first half as North struggled to gain ground and eventually ended the half with a 9-6 deficit. dupreeh started the second half on a slow note but eventually held the line on the A-bombsite to secure seven rounds to secure the 2-0 sweep with a 16-10 win on Inferno.
Leads in more ways than one
October 5, 2017
dupreeh finished his team's 1-1 split with BIG on Wednesday in the ESL Pro League with a 45/38 KD.
ANALYSIS
While many in-game leaders, dupreeh included, tend to slack off in the fragging department, that wasn't the case in the slightest in this game. While he never topped the team, he was always in the thick of it with his team. He wasn't content to just let his teammates have all the fun, as he even managed to come up big with a 3k in Game 1 to put his team on map point. Sure, they ended up losing that game, but it was a big round nonetheless. He wasn't a one-game pony in this one, however, as he came up big again in the early rounds of Game 2 where he found another triple kill hold to give his team a 7-1 lead in what ended up as a 16-6 win.
Shutting down Heroic in primetime
September 30, 2017
dupreeh went 14/10 on Friday with a 16-2 win over Heroic in Group D of ELEAGUE Premier.
ANALYSIS
The first half was all dupreeh on the defense to hold off Heroic in every angle possible. Despite giving up one round in the first half, dupreeh never skipped a beat when helping his team in a quick rotation to extend the team to a 14-1 score at the half. The second half was nothing more than a nail in the coffin as dupreeh got a few more frags to win two out of three rounds to take Train 16-2, advancing into the Premier playoffs with a 90.3 ADR.
Steps up when his team needs him
August 31, 2017
dupreeh finished Astralis' win against Na'Vi on Day 2 of DreamHack Malmo with a 38/31 KD.
ANALYSIS
While dupreeh usually calls a great game for his team, he took it a step further in this series and ended up near the top of his team in kills to boot. He was slow out the gate in both games, but once Astralis got their footing, dupreeh was right there pushing them along. He set up some strong crossfires with Xyp9x to keep Na'Vi from really gaining ground in the first map. He even picked up an AWP and ran with dev1ce in that game to really catch their opponents unawares. When it came to Mirage in Game 2, he was always there to shut down rotations from Na'Vi at every turn. He's got Astralis looking super strong thus far.
Outplayed by NBK-lead G2
August 24, 2017
dupreeh went 27/39 in Astralis' loss against G2 Esports in the ESL Pro League on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Try as he did, dupreeh was simply unable to get Astralis into any kind of groove in this series. It seemed like whatever strategy they went for, G2 had the perfect answer at every turn. He had a few nice rounds throughout the first game, but nothing consistent enough to outlast G2 in the late stages of the 16-9 loss. Game 2 was even worse, as they looked completely confused and unable to do anything at all in the 16-6 loss. They went into the half with a 12-3 deficit, and dupreeh only had an abysmal 4/14 KD. He managed to stave off defeat in Round 19 with a nice 3k, but they still couldn't get anything going in the loss.
Dominates in Game 1 win
May 24, 2017
dupreeh earned a solid 34/28 KD on Tuesday in a series draw against Fnatic in the Esports Championship Series Season 3.
ANALYSIS
dupreeh had an outstanding first-half performance on Train, shutting out Fnatic in Game 1. dupreeh remained composed on the defense, not skipping a beat and picking up double and single kills to create odd-man situations as well as to help close out the rounds for a 14-1 lead at the half. dupreeh picked up more assists and kills in the second half within just two rounds to close out Game 1 16-1, posting a team-leading 20/9 KD and 135.8 ADR. Game 2 dupreeh got out to a 3-0 start until his offense was halted by Fnatic for six rounds, losing his economy. Once the economy was back up again, dupreeh managed to close the half down 8-7. However, his second-half performance on Inferno was a struggling task as his defensive abilities were stifled by Fnatic, only winning one round in the second half for a 16-8 loss. dupreeh posted a 14/19 KD and 64.7 ADR during Game 2 to even the series in Week 6 1-1.
Leads to series sweep over Dignitas
May 18, 2017
dupreeh earned a 33/41 KD on Wednesday in a 2-0 series win over Team Dignitas in the Esports Championship Series Season 3.
ANALYSIS
dupreeh had a solid first half start, winning the first four rounds for the defense early. Dignitas came around and won their four rounds on the half until dupreeh outplayed the opposition to take the first half 11-4. The second half was all Dignitas in a lopsided second-half performance, with Astralis giving up ten straight for a 14-11 deficit. dupreeh then rallied the offense to win the last five rounds to take Game 1 16-14, posting a 16/25 KD and 67.5 ADR. Game 2 dupreeh led the defense to hold off Dignitas for a massive 12-3 lead at the half. dupreeh picked up a for more kills to help close some late rounds in the second half to win the fourth and final round and take Game 2 16-7, posting a 17/16 KD and 78.2 ADR on Mirage.
Consistency the key in Astralis win
May 18, 2017
dupreeh posted a KD of 38/21 in Astralis' 2-0 win vs Team EnVyUs in ECS Season 3 on Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
dupreeh started the series strongly in Game 1 on Inferno, picking up scattered kills throughout a stellar first half for Astralis. Heading into the second half with a 14-1 lead, Astralis demolished EnVyUs with a 16-1 win while dupreeh picked up a KD of 18/6. dupreeh continued to post solid numbers in Game 2, picking up a triple kill on a CT-side retake in Round 8. Astralis was slow to come out of the gate on Train, but eventually took control and closed out the 16-10 win, with dupreeh posting a 20/15 KD.
Can't bring the kills in the second half of tough loss
May 4, 2017
dupreeh tallied a 16/22 KD in Astralis' 16-12 loss to SK Gaming at IEM Sydney on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
dupreeh wasn't the best player for Astralis here, but he was certainly on top of his game in the early going. He started with two kills in a Round 7 loss before failing to find a flank in Round 8. Other than those two rounds, he was pretty strong to help his team get the 9-6 lead at the half, which included a decisive 3k in Round 10. Once the teams switched sides in the second half, though, he totally fell off. He had no kills from Rounds 20 to 27, and ended up with just four in the entire half. With their in-game leader not bringing the kills, Astralis were dropped 16-12 and will still need one more win to move into the playoffs.
Starts off slow, but finishes strong in win
May 3, 2017
dupreeh put up a 17/10 KD in Astralis' 16-5 win over The Chiefs on Tuesday at IEM Sydney.
ANALYSIS
dupreeh started off this game a bit slow, not having very many kills in the early rounds. He did have a double in Round 4, but that was it for most of the first half. He mainly stuck to calling the shots for his team, which he did very well to push his team to an early 10-2 lead. While Astralis lost the last three rounds of the half, they easily stabilized in the second half to pick up the 16-5 win. Along the way, dupreeh put up a double in Round 18 and another double and bomb plant in Round 20 to keep them moving on to the win.
Fades into the background during second halves
April 26, 2017
dupreeh tallied a 36/29 KD in Astralis' 2-0 win over GODSENT on Tuesday in Season 3 of the ECS.
ANALYSIS
dupreeh is normally a background player for Astralis, which is just what he was here in this series as well. He put up a pretty nice 13/6 KD in the first half of this game. His second half was one that he will soon want to forget, though; he only picked up two kills. Luckily for him, the rest of his team was on point in the game as they locked up a 16-5 win. In Game 2 on Mirage, he was also strong in the first half of the game. He went 16/10 as his team rushed out to a big 12-3 lead at the break. Once again, he disappeared in the second half with just five kills. This was certainly part of the reason why GODSENT was able to make a bit of a run in that half. His teammates stepped up to the plate, though, as Astralis locked up the match.
Slow start in series draw vs NiP
April 20, 2017
dupreeh posted a 35/39 KD in Tuesday's draw to Ninjas in Pyjamas in the ESL Pro League Season 5.
ANALYSIS
dupreeh had a dismal display in Game 1 as he struggled to find his rhythm early. dupreeh faced a 9-6 deficit at the half; however, the second half looked promising as his defense was solid. dupreeh contributed to with a 14/17 KD and 54.8 ADR to win ten rounds in the second half to take Game 1 16-12. dupreeh dealt with another grueling first half down 6-0 on the defense of Cache. dupreeh then racked up the kills, shutting down the B-bombsite to cut the lead in half 6-3. dupreeh then came up big for his team on the fast rotations to support the mid control and the A-bombsite to edge the half up 8-7. The second half proved to be a hard task, as dupreeh lacked on the back end to help his team advance on the odd-man situations for the offense, who only won four rounds in the second half. NiP stole the show with nine rounds won for a 16-12 finish to even the series 1-1 as dupreeh earned a 21/22 KD and 74.1 ADR on Cache.
Falters majorly in grand finals loss to FaZe Clan
April 9, 2017
dupreeh only managed a 44/64 KD in this tough 1-2 loss to FaZe Clan in the grand finals of the StarSeries Season 3 Final.
ANALYSIS
dupreeh picked the worst time to have a poor showing given that this was the grand finals of a premier tournament. He only posted an even KD in the Game 1 win for Astralis. After that, he couldn't manage to find the right end of his rifle, as he lost far too many gunfights in their Game 2 and 3 losses. He only posted six multi-kills in the entirety of the match, which left his teammates scrambling to find damage in the later rounds to compensate for his shortcomings. dupreeh will certainly want to purge this performance from his memory banks and move on to Astralis' next competitive match.