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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Dev1ce sidelined from Astralis due to hiatus hernia

Zonic is stepping in as a temporary replacement.

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Danish CS:GO team Astralis, who claimed their second tournament win of 2017 at IEM Katowice over the weekend, have suffered a blow, as Nicolai "dev1ce" Reedtz‏ has tweeted that he is suffering a hiatus hernia, and won't be able to play in the ESL Pro League for the moment.

"Got the diagnosis hiatus hernia which can be fixed through surgery, but has some side effects. Still considering my options. Will play later," he tweeted.

Coach Danny "zonic" Sørensen will fill in for dev1ce during his illness, but it seems uncertain how long that will be. Surely Astralis will hope it isn't long, especially considering dev1ce is one of their biggest players. We wish him a speedy recovery.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
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