- Tournament: ESL Pro League Season 18 (LAN)
- Format: Group Stages - Double Elimination Bracket (Best of three)
Notable Stats for blameF:
- 32 Open Kills
- 80% Opening Duel Success
- 0.16 Opening Kills Per Round
- A 1.46 rating over 8 maps
With a impressive rating of 1.46 over eight maps, blameF ranks as the second-best player in the group stage.
As the ESL Pro League Season 18 playoffs in Malta approach, it's worth noting the main team's new in-game leader, Benjamin "blameF" Bremer, has distinguished himself as one of the standout players over the past four weeks.
Per the latest update on social media platform X (formerly known as Twitter), the team captain secured the second-highest rating among all participants. Only Lotan "Spinx" Gilati from Vitality surpassed him with a 1.49 rating in six maps.
Given his impressive performance, a salute to the captain is well-deserved.
Reflecting their earlier success at IEM Cologne, the Danes clinched a playoff spot. Despite an initial loss to Ninjas in Pyjamas, blameF and the team rallied with three back-to-back 2-0 victories, ensuring their position in the playoffs.
blameF: I put in a lot of grind daily with 1,000 kills in Deathmatch
- The fact that we managed to qualify for the playoffs of a significant LAN tournament as a team once again is fantastic. Usually, I don't measure my worth by my individual performance. First and foremost, I assess the performance of my teammates and myself based on how we perform as a team. And this will always be my approach as captain and in-game leader, blameF says.
- I am proud of that, which means the most to me, although I am also happy that I played well. Yes, I had a good tournament. But I also feel that I put in a lot of grind daily with 1,000 kills in Deathmatch. Some days, it might have been only 700-800 kills. But overall, I invested a lot of effort in individual training both leading up to and during the group stage in Malta.
Astralis Counter-Strike Extends With Team Captain
blameF has recently extended his contract with Astralis.
Get his thoughts on the decision, as well as comments from Sports Director, Kasper Straube, in the link below:
- The Danish squad is set to initiate the playoff stage against the Turkish team, Eternal Fire, on Tuesday, September 16th, at 15:30 CEST.
- Fans can tune in LIVE on ASTRALIS WATCH and interact with other fans in the community chat.