CS: GO Astralis player Peter dupreeh Rasmussen donates 10,000 Danish kroner to the Danish Cancer Society. In a tweet, he also wrote that this is the least he can do.
Earlier, Rasmussen’s father died – he was diagnosed with cancer, which he later failed to cope with. Dupreeh said that his father played a key role in his esports career – it was the head of the family who brought home the computer on which the Dane began training in CS.
The loss of Rasmussen became known the day before the team left for Intel Extreme Masters Season XIII – Katowice Major 2019. The player admitted that instincts prevailed over him at the championship – he only thought about the game, not remembering family grief. Astralis won the tournament, and dupreeh dedicated the victory to his father.