Dupreeh and gla1ve reflect on Astralis' CS:GO Major win
LONDON -- When Lukas Rossander woke up on Sunday morning in his room at the Hilton at Wembley, he could feel the butterflies in his stomach.
For the past three weeks, Rossander, known as "gla1ve" in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, competed in a grueling marathon of matches across Twickenham and Wembley against some of the best teams in the world, such as Team Liquid, MiBR, Ninjas in Pyjamas and FaZe Clan. A veteran of the game with an eight-year career across CS:GO and the previous version of the game, Source, Rossander was no stranger to tough opposition.
But nothing was like stepping on the main stage at SSE Arena on Sunday. A victory meant everything.