Counter Strike: Global Offensive player Philip "Lucky" Ewald has rejoined former side Tricked Esport from Astralis.
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Talented AWPer "Lucky" plied his trade for Tricked Esport between the start of 2020 and August last year, when he put pen to paper on a deal with Danish powerhouse Astralis.
But the 19-year-old found it tough playing for Astralis, having rarely occupied the role of primary sniper on most maps, although he did feature at the likes of the PGL Stockholm Major and BLAST Premier World Final as well as the IEM Katowice earlier this year during his tenure.
The recent arrival of sniper Asger "farlig" Jensen saw "Lucky" relegated to the team's bench and in May he became a free agent.
And he has decided to return to a side he knows well in Tricked Esport, who are currently in action in the CS:GO Elisa Invitational.
The Dane will be replacing the recently benched Sebastian Larsen as AWPer in the Tricked Esport roster and will get to play alongside former teammates Andreas "kiR" Kirstein, Oliver "kwezz" Rasmussen, and Mathias "PR1mE" Carlsen upon his return.
Having averaged a 0.95 rating during his time with Astralis, "Lucky" will be hoping for even more from his new spell with Tricked, who have reportedly missed his firepower since his departure in 2021.
Speaking about his time with Astralis and how he feels about rejoining Tricked, "Lucky" said: "After being in a place where it was very turbulent and at times chaotic with many replacements on the team, it's very nice to be back in a place where you know you feel at home and where you know how things work."