Andreas Højsleth

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Andreas Højsleth
Personal information
HometownAars, Denmark
NationalityDanish
Professional career
Career prize moneyUS$1,323,591.80[1]

Andreas Højsleth, better known by his online alias Xyp9x, is a Danish professional esports player who competes in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournaments. He is a member of team Astralis. [2][3]

Høsleth was born raised Aars in North Denmark Region.[4] He is currently a member of Astralis, a team that is currently considered as one of the best in the world. He is a former member of Team Solomid and Team Dignitas. The name Xyp9x was conceived by typing random keys on his keyboard.[5] He was voted the 13th best CS:GO player of 2017 and 2018 by HLTV.org.[6]

Teams[edit]

Period Team
2012-10-26 – 2012-10-27 Ildal Lions
2012-10-27 – 2013-01-08 CPLAY
2013-01-08 – 2013-07-09 Fnatic
2013-07-09 – 2013-12-08 Copenhagen Wolves
2013-12-08 – 2014-02-16 über G33KZ
2014-02-16 – 2015-01-25 Team Dignitas
2015-01-29 – 2015-12-03 Team SoloMid
2015-12-03 – 2016-01-18 Team Question Mark
2016-01-18 – Present Astralis

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Xyp9x". esportsearnings.com.
  2. ^ "How to become a Counter-Strike GO pro". redbull.com. Retrieved 26 February 2018.
  3. ^ Chalk, Will (24 March 2017). "YouTube to help gamers build their audiences - BBC Newsbeat". bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 26 February 2018.
  4. ^ Henriksen, Christian. "Nordjyske Andreas tjener millioner på at spille computer". tv2nord.dk. TV2 Nord.
  5. ^ https://twitter.com/EL/status/734473973585567745
  6. ^ "Xyp9x's player profile". HLTV.org. Retrieved 27 July 2018.