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BlameF Extends Contract With Astralis, AGO Signs International Roster

The Danish organization Astralis has announced that Franklin “blameF” Bremer has extended his contract with the team until the end of 2025.

The Dane, who has been with Astralis longer than anyone except Nicolai “device” Reedtz, was named captain after the off-season shakeup that saw Lukas “gla1ve” Rossander benched and new players like Johannes “b0RUP” Borup and Victor “Staehr” Staehr brought in.

BlameF Extends Contract With Astralis, AGO Signs International Roster
Franklin "blameF" Bremer, player for Astralis

Since returning to competition after making some personnel and role adjustments, Astralis have been on a tear. The Danish fivesome qualified for the BLAST Premier Fall Final, placed in the top four at IEM Cologne, and most recently placed third in Group A of the ESL Pro League Season 18 to claim a spot in the postseason.

Even though he admitted that his own performance might suffer as a result of his promotion to captain, blameF has maintained a high level of performance. The 26-year-old continues to be his team’s top performer, with a 1.25 rating average over the past three months and only three maps in which he fell into the negative.

Likewise, blameF issued a proclamation of his own. Today, he wanted to be a member of the Astralis team because “Astralis is where I most want to be. We are going through a thrilling transformation, and I feel like my game is improving as a result.”

It’s never about one person, but with Kasper Straube, they feel re-energized, and together with all those who work hard every day for them to succeed, his approach to performance has had a great significance to him. “Astralis has done a lot of right things over the years, and there are many who should be given credit for what the team has achieved.”

blameF and Astralis will begin their playoff run in the ESL Pro League Season 18 in the first round of the single-elimination bracket.

AGO has returned to its former prominence as one of Poland’s centers of academic excellence. OG’s Maciej “F1KU,” Monte’s Szymon “mhL” Knasiak, and MOUZ’s Miosz “mhL” Knasiak are just a few examples of these types of players. Miklas was a member of the squad for a while.

The previous lineup, known as Los kogutos, represented the organization’s last effort before disbanding four months early. With the exception of head coach Mikoaj “miNirox” Michaków, the new AGO roster is entirely international.

Arbnor “Dementor” Pacolli, Filip “DEPRESHN” Jarki, who attended the previous Major’s RMR with iNation, Leo “Svedjehed” Svedjehed, previously of EYEBALLERS, Jonathan “delle” Ahlstedt, and Vilius “tAk” Keserauskas, both of whom are only 18 years old, make up AGO’s starting five.

In a presentation tweet, the team added, “We believe that you will give our players credit because the skills are certainly there and, besides, they are very nice guys.”

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