dupreeh Joins Falcons, Reunites with Magisk and zonic

Reunites with Magisk and zonic

dupreeh Joins Falcons, Reunites with Magisk and zonic
Image Credits: PGL

Legendary CS2  player Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen has officially found a new home with Falcons. The highly-anticipated move follows a recent report by HLTV and fills the gap left by the benching of Mohammad "BOROS" Malhas.

Dupreeh's recent stint with Preasy aimed to secure a spot at the PGL Major Copenhagen, but the team faced unexpected setbacks. Their 1-3 record in the Europe RMR, which included losses to notable squads like HEROIC, OG, and Guild Eagles, hampered their qualification goals.

The seasoned Danish player fills the long-term vacancy left by BOROS, who was released following the team's unsuccessful Major qualification bid.  Falcons previously experimented with a temporary solution,  bringing in Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev from Natus Vincere on a short-term loan for the BLAST Premier Spring Showdown. However, this arrangement ended on March 19th without an extension.

Dupreeh's exciting addition to Falcons marks a reunion with Emil "Magisk" Reif and Danny "zonic" Sørensen—his former teammates from their dominant Astralis era where they clinched multiple Major championship titles.  Zonic and dupreeh's success continued when they both joined Vitality, winning another Major before a difficult benching decision that zonic termed as his career's toughest.

Falcons eagerly await their next competitive test during ESL Pro League Season 19, scheduled for April 23 – May 12. Intriguingly, the team's Group B placement sets them on a collision course with G2 and, notably, Vitality. This means the Danish trio will face their former team in an early showdown.

Falcons Current Lineup:


  • Marco "Snappi" Pfeiffer (Denmark)
  • Emil "Magisk" Reif (Denmark)
  • Pavle "Maden" Bošković (Montenegro)
  • Álvaro "SunPayus" García (Spain)
  • Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen (Denmark)
  • Danny "zonic" Sørensen (Coach – Denmark)


Benched Players:

  • Mohammad "BOROS" Malhas (Jordan)
  • Miłosz "mhL" Knasiak (Poland)
  • Laurențiu "lauNX" Țârlea (Romania)
  • Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt (France)