The professional circuit of CSGO is indescribable without referencing Astralis. The Danish mammoths have without any help characterized an era in professional CSGO and keep on doing as such. In the wake of going into the rundown of the top 4 teams with the first position in DreamHack Masters Marseille 2018, they have figured out how to remain there for two entire years and tallying.

The Ups & Downs

Following a few team roster changes and semi-final exits, Astralis at long last rose to distinction towards the end of 2016, with consecutive first spot finishes in ECS Season 2 Finals and ELEAGUE Major: Atlanta 2017. They had likewise figured out how to accomplish triumph at IEM Katowice 2017, yet from that point, it was a declining slant. The team was continually failing to meet expectations and made a few strange finishes in the process of running from the fifth spot to the thirteenth spot exits in large competitions.


A Fine Run of Victories

However, they ricocheted back, and when they did, they bobbed back hard. Following their in front of the pack triumph at DreamHack Masters Marseille 2018, the team appeared to have recovered its pace. After an exit from the finals of IEM Sydney 2018, they got everyone’s attention in ESL Pro League Season 7 Finals and ECS Season 5 Finals.  

Their next significant triumph came in FACEIT Major: London 2018, where they brought home an astounding $500,000 as prize cash. They additionally won the back to back BLAST Pro Series which was held in Istanbul. From that point, it was all Astralis as they brought home the titles of IEM Chicago 2018, ECS Season 6 Finals, ESL Pro League Season 8 Finals, BLAST Pro Series: Lisbon 2018 lastly, the IEM Katowice 2019.

From that point onward, the team wasn’t at the pinnacle of the pro scene yet at the same time performed reliably all through the competitions, making a point to not surrender a spot among the best 4 CSGO teams. After the finish of ESL One: Road to Rio, they are by and by at the #1 spot tailing them obliterating FaZe 2:0 in the grand finals.