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Team Falcons have made a significant move by officially signing Danish veteran Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen to their Counter-Strike 2 roster.

The 31-year-old joins the team to fill the gap left by the recent benching of Mohammad “BOROS” Malhas.

Dupreeh’s recent stint with Preasy Esport aimed to secure a spot in the PGL Major Copenhagen but ended in disappointment as they failed to qualify, falling short in the Europe RMR with a 1-3 record, suffering losses to Heroic, OG, and Guild Eagles.

The arrival of Dupreeh marks a permanent replacement for BOROS, who was dropped following the team’s unsuccessful qualification campaign for the Major.

While Falcons had initially brought in Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev from Natus Vincere on a short-term loan for the BLAST Premier Spring Showdown, the deal was not extended beyond March 19.

Dupreeh’s reunion with former Astralis teammate Emil “Magisk” Reif and coach Danny “zonic” Sørensen adds depth to Falcons’ line-up.

The trio enjoyed considerable success together, winning multiple Majors and leaving a lasting impact on the CS:GO scene.

Falcons are gearing up for ESL Pro League Season 19, scheduled from April 23 to May 12.

Placed in Group B alongside formidable opponents like G2 and Vitality, Falcons’ Danish core will face an early test against their former team, promising an intriguing matchup.

With the signing of Dupreeh, Falcons aim to bounce back from their Major qualification setback and make a strong impression in upcoming tournaments.

The partnership extends until 2025, with provisions for mutual termination if performance expectations are not met.

Having attended all 19 Counter-Strike Majors, Dupreeh brings a wealth of experience to Falcons, although his recent benching by Team Vitality marked a challenging period in his career.

Nonetheless, he remains determined to make an impact with his new team and help them achieve success on the competitive circuit.

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