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They advanced to the semi-finals as expected but lost to Heroic , led by their Major stand-in gla1ve.
Astralis were pitted vs Oleksandr " s1mple " Kostyliev's Navi in the elimination match and won in overtime Astralis won vs the Chinese TyLoo to advance to the quarterfinals but once again lost to NiP A breakdown in the team occurred and Astralis decided it was time for Karrigan to go, opting for gla1ve instead.
Karrigan had led the core players since December to five tournament wins in but none since forming Astralis.
This netted them a semi-final spot and they lost to SK Gaming and where Device had an uncharacteristically poor showing.
Astralis were expected to win the final vs OpTic Gaming after defeating the Brazilian favourites in the semi-final and OpTic causing upsets on the other side of the bracket.
The Danes looked like they were on their way to do this with a win on Train but lost the next two maps and with Keith "NAF" Markovic putting up an incredible K-D.
Astralis would get revenge against the North American side a week later at the ECS Season 2 Finals in Anaheim winning their first match of the group , followed by a trouncing over FaZe Clan with Xyp9x going against the European team.
OpTic met them in the final but this time the Danish side were too hot for them to handle and Astralis obtained their first trophy since they formed twelve months prior.
Astralis, being the previous ELEAGUE major champions, were eager to claim the title and have a wonderful start for after a good run at the previous year.
However, things didn't go as expected as they started the tournament by losing to Mousesports. The Danes found themselves in a pretty tough situation, but they managed to catch up by winning the second game against their old rivals North in a classic Danish derby.
On the third day of the tournament, they got upset by Fnatic as the Swedes left them with no more losses to conceive during the group stage in order to qualify.
In the end, Astralis were eliminated after a surprising loss against Cloud9, the team who later went on to win the major after winning a best-of-three grand final against the tournament favourites, FaZe Clan.
In February, Kjaerbye unexpectedly left Astralis to join North. Astralis were left scrambling for a fifth player but fortunately, they were able to sign Emil "Magisk" Reif a few days later.
This would mark the beginning of an astronomical rise to the top and domination over the Counter-Strike scene. After winning their opening match against DreamEaters and G2 Esports , they lost their next match against NRG Esports , making history as they had the longest match in major history, 59 rounds in total.
Astralis faced off Team Liquid in the Quarterfinals, and after a surprising map pick, they won the series convincingly.
They once again faced off against NRG Esports in the semifinals, only to win the series. Finally, Astralis faced off against Avangar in the Grand Finals.
Astralis won the series dominantly making them the first CS:GO team ever to win three consecutive majors, and the first team to achieve four major wins total, passing Fnatic's record of three.
In November , following consistent success and multiple championships with the team, Astralis' coach zonic was honored with the "Coach of the Year Award" at the Esports Awards Nine days later, Xyp9x announced via Twitter that he will also go on an indefinite break to focus on his mental health.
In September , Astralis Group announced the merger of all teams under the Astralis brand. Later, at the group stages, Astralis would lose to Danish rivals Heroic only to complete a lower bracket run wherein they later claimed redemption against said rivals and went on to defeat Russian rivals Natus Vincere in the grand finals.
This, paired with the fact that certain teams had to attend a number of BLAST events every year, caused controversy in the community.
In March , the Chinese organization of FunPlus Phoenix FPX , was in the process of signing the roster of Heroic, which included es3tag, shortly before the beginning of Flashpoint 1.
Sep 01 - Oct See also: History of Astralis. November 22nd - dev1ce goes on medical leave. January 11th - dev1ce returns to the active roster.
May 11th - Astralis sign JUGi. Jakob Hansen Chief Financial Officer ?? Kasper Hvidt Director of Sports ??
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