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The team topped their group after defeating their Danish brethren Dignitas and the European-mix team mousesports in best-of-ones, however they exited the event in the semi-final losing to Luminosity Gaming.
They would go on to lose the semi-final vs their rivals from the previous year, Team EnVyUs and then defeat CLG in the third-place decider, only losing seven rounds over two maps.
ESL Expo Barcelona was up next which featured an unusual format where each team had three lives and a map loss would mean a life lost.
Astralis narrowly lost a life to G2 and played two close games vs Fnatic in the faux-final as the only two teams left.
Astralis were set to play the last match of the day vs Fnatic , but due to delays, this didn't start until midnight and finally finished at 3am with Astralis losing The event started well as Astralis beat Gambit and CLG to top their group but were rewarded by being drawn against Fnatic in the Quarterfinals, the favourites to win the whole event after winning their previous six events in a row.
Things did not go well for the Swedes though, as Astralis won in two maps, on Overpass and on Fnatic's map pick, Cache due to a standout performance from Dupreeh.
Astralis went on to face Navi in the semi-final where they narrowly lost Inferno and were outclassed on Dust II thanks to stellar performances from Ioann "Edward" Sukhariev and Egor "Flamie" Vasilev.
Over the next few events Astralis did not live up to their reputation of cleaning up in groups and advancing comfortably to playoffs.
Their first group stage exit in six months occurred at DreamHack Masters Malmö , where they won the opener vs Lounge Gaming but were upset by their Danish counterparts, Dignitas on their home map Overpass.
Astralis drew the hometown heroes, Ninjas in Pyjamas in the decider match and lost with poor performances from dupreeh and IGL Finn "karrigan" Andersen.
NiP would go on to win the event in front of a roaring Swedish crowd. They fought a tough best-of-three, winning the first map and narrowly lost the remaining two despite Device having a K-D of Luminosity went on to win this event in a grueling best-of-five vs G2.
They went on to face Cloud9 in the decider match and were beaten This was because Kjaerbye played and won the European Minor with Dignitas and Valve rules dictated he had to sit the event out.
Tragedy struck after this loss with dupreeh getting appendicitis and resulted in him watching the remainder of the event from hospital. Astralis were drawn vs the Polish legends Virtus.
They advanced to the semi-finals as expected but lost to Heroic , led by their Major stand-in gla1ve. Astralis were pitted vs Oleksandr " s1mple " Kostyliev's Navi in the elimination match and won in overtime Astralis won vs the Chinese TyLoo to advance to the quarterfinals but once again lost to NiP A breakdown in the team occurred and Astralis decided it was time for Karrigan to go, opting for gla1ve instead.
Karrigan had led the core players since December to five tournament wins in but none since forming Astralis. This netted them a semi-final spot and they lost to SK Gaming and where Device had an uncharacteristically poor showing.
Astralis were expected to win the final vs OpTic Gaming after defeating the Brazilian favourites in the semi-final and OpTic causing upsets on the other side of the bracket.
The Danes looked like they were on their way to do this with a win on Train but lost the next two maps and with Keith "NAF" Markovic putting up an incredible K-D.
Astralis would get revenge against the North American side a week later at the ECS Season 2 Finals in Anaheim winning their first match of the group , followed by a trouncing over FaZe Clan with Xyp9x going against the European team.
OpTic met them in the final but this time the Danish side were too hot for them to handle and Astralis obtained their first trophy since they formed twelve months prior.
See also: History of Astralis. November 22nd - dev1ce goes on medical leave. January 11th - dev1ce returns to the active roster. May 11th - Astralis sign JUGi.
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