Expert warns against Astralis-shares: 'the Risk is too big'

Monday morning was Astralis Group listed. The company has come flying from the start with a valuation of half a billion crowns, which is unusually high. There

Expert warns against Astralis-shares: 'the Risk is too big'

Monday morning was Astralis Group listed. The company has come flying from the start with a valuation of half a billion crowns, which is unusually high.

There was a rift about to become a shareholder in the company, but Mads Christiansen, who is a private investor with expertise in the gaming industry, warns against investing in the Astralis Group.

"I would warn you to throw money in it. The risk is too great. If I need advise on investing in esport, I would invest in spiludviklingerne, as the situation is right now," he said to B. T., before he continues:

"Assessing is clearly too high. It is because the sector is too high. It is not specifically Astralis, but I think you should keep from esportshold general."

there are several gunde to believe Mads Christiansen:

"If you look at the industry in general, so there's not really any of them that are listed, so you don't really know if businesses make money. The business model has not really proven to work yet. Esport is definitely coming to grow. But the question is, when the money comes in. And I doubt it is ever going to happen for esportsholdene."

"the Players are going to earn good money, and it's the same spiludviklingerne, for they have power because they own the games. There is also a large eksekveringsrisiko, then their team must perform in a long number of years, and there will be changes to the teams."

One of those who have invested in the Astralis, is rap-star Oliver 'Kesi' Chambuso.

"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 esportsverdenen. As a child I sat in an internet café after school and played the computer. So I know the Counter-Strike," said Oliver 'Kesi' Chambuso in an interview with TV 2 Business, before he continued:

"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. I also think it is exciting," says Oliver 'Kesi' Chambuso.

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, 16:00

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