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Anders Blume was born on 7 December, 1985 in Denmark, is a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive commentator. Discover Anders Blume's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?
|Occupation||Counter-Strike: Global Offensive commentator|
|Age||36 years old|
|Born||7 December 1985|
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Anders Blume Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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To date, Anders has been part of the main commentary team for four out of the seven finals at the Valve sponsored majors. As such he was part of the commentary of the match with the highest concurrent viewer count, the final of ESL One Cologne 2015 between Fnatic and Team EnVyUs which hit over 1.3 million online viewers and had around 10,000 people live in the Lanxess Arena.
The duo of Anders and Semmler signed an exclusivity deal with Twitch in April 2015 as part of a larger acquisition of talent including former NiP player Robin "Fifflaren" Johansson and the current Professional player, Spencer "Hiko" Martin.
Semmler revealed on his personal Ask.fm page that the North American section of the organization was being run by Matthew "Sadokist" Trivett, a Canadian commentator who rose to prominence in early 2015 when PGL brought him out to Bucharest to commentate their Kickoff season.
In 2015 they stopped organizing their own online cups. This was caused by the large number of other online leagues and offline events that happened throughout the year. Top teams lacked the time to participate due to commitments to other larger, leagues.
Anders picked up the nickname of "The General" after the ESL One Katowice 2015 major due to the large collection of CS:GO related pins he had attached to the blazer he was wearing at the event. People immediately drew similarity between the pins and medals such that a general might have.
In July 2014, Anders officially left NiPTV to build his own brand, RoomOnFire, alongside Semmler. Initially, the only other member of the organization was Halvor "vENdetta" Gulestøl. In the beginning they ran their own weekly online cups in partnership with Caseking.de called the CaseKing of the Hill. These cups ran weekly featuring a variety of different top teams. The series of cups culminated with an eight team online invitational tournament called the CaseKing of Kings. Among the invited were several of the winners of the previous cups.
Blume had his first live-streamed cast in January 2013 on a Twitch channel called pugcasts. His popularity grew quickly and he was soon invited to join NiPTV, a branch of the Ninjas in Pyjamas organisation. He began to cast at LAN events soon after. His first event was a local Danish event called the Blast 2013. Soon after this, Anders had his first major break at a large event with his selection as a commentator for DreamHack Summer 2013. At the time, the event had the second highest prize-pool in the game's history. Another commentator at the event, Auguste Massonnat, would go on to become a regular fixture of any NiPTV broadcast. No one would suspect that this duo would turn out to be one of the most successful casting duos in Counter-Strike history. There is rarely an event where one appears without the other.
Blume spent his childhood in the small suburb of Farum. His interest in gaming developed at a young age, attending late-night Internet cafes with his friends to play Counter-Strike at as young an age as 13 years old. He has since described one train journey home from Copenhagen after one such session in the summer of 1999 to be an especially treasured childhood memory. In his own words, "I think [then] I realized that we really had something with this game."
Anders Blume (born December 7, 1985) is a Danish Counter-Strike: Global Offensive commentator and co-founder of RoomOnFire. He has been present as a caster at all of the Valve sponsored CS:GO Majors, with the exception of EMS One Katowice 2014. He has worked for a wide variety of tournament organisers including Electronic Sports League (ESL), Dreamhack and Gfinity. He is more often than not paired with Auguste 'Semmler' Massonnat, also a co-founder of RoomOnFire, for his casts. He is famous for his energetic casts, including the use of what has become his catchphrase, "Are you kidding me?". In 2015, he won the Golden Joystick award for eSports icon of the year.