Fnatic moved flusha to stock

Swedish esports player Robin flusha Ronquest has left the main roster of the Fnatic CS: GO organization. In total, he represented this club for over five years. Fnatic announced this on Twitter. Who will replace flusha in the team is unknown. The club representatives noted that the player still has a valid contract, but received permission to negotiate with other organizations. Previously, Ronquest had already left Fnatic twice, but returned after a short time. Flusha was one of the twenty best players in the world according to HLTV from 2013 to 2016.

As part of Fnatic, the esportsman won three majors, including the very first tournament of this series in the history of CS: GO – DreamHack Winter 2013. In April 2020, his team became the champion of ESL Pro League Season 11 for Europe, but then its results began to decline… The team finished the year at the 14th line in the world ranking.


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