Monday morning was esports-the company Astralis Group listed. There has been great demand for the shares, and not everyone who wanted to get a share in the company, got the opportunity to buy.
But one of those who got invested in the Astralis Group, the Danish rapper Oliver 'Kesi' Chambuso.
In an interview with the TV2 BUSINESS tells the rapper about why he used money from his own pocket on the Astralis Group:
"There are several different reasons that I have thrown their own money in it. One of them is that I think the company is exciting, and I have seen in esport, for I come from the esports world. As a child I sat in an internet café after school and played the computer. So I know the Counter-Strike."
"But it is also exciting to follow the development, there are compared to how large it grows. It is the new form of the real sport. It is, I think, is exciting," says Oliver 'Kesi' Chambuso.
The Danish rapstjerne see a great potential in the company:
"the Digitisation of the personal, because you can interact with the players directly. I think it may be to grow viksomheden big big. It's about to get in touch with the fans and spread out to the audience and hit the target group," says the rapper, who continues:
"But you must simultaneously take advantage of the social media to get an even larger audience," believes Oliver 'Kesi' Chambuso.
Kesis best advice for the new listed company is, indeed, just that they need to continue to do what they do:
"I think what they have done, so far, has worked very well. I'm still relatively new fan, and they have already won me over in a short time. So let us convince more people and grow and grow," concludes Oliver 'Kesi' Chambuso.
Astralis Group has gained a valuation of half a billion Danish kroner.
In the weekend played Astralis the ESL Pro league in Odense, where they were defending champions. It succeeded however, not for the team to regain the title, as they lost the semi-final of the european team Mousesports, who have the Danish player Finn 'Karrigan' Andersen on the team. Mousesports won the Sunday night tournament.Updated Date: 09 December 2019, 14:00