Flusha reveals CS:GO plans for 2022 after leaving GORILLAZ

Swedish veteran, Robin “flusha” Rönnquist, has spent most of his 2021 competing in CS:GO with a team called GORILLAZ, which he co-founded in April earlier this year. Unfortunately, the team was unable to make it to the Tier 1 arena, as they had mostly only achieved mediocre results in the European Tier 2 CS:GO tournaments.

The year is coming to an end, flusha has announced that he is looking for new opportunities in CS:GO for the 2022 round. So far, the 28-year-old has not been affiliated with any organization. are looking to rebuild their roster, but the three-time Major winner is still hoping for a chance to prove himself.

Flusha to leave the CS:GO team he co-founded in 2021

Flusha, after playing continuously for Fnatic since August 2013, finally parted ways with the organization earlier this year in January. After being inactive for over three months, he has announced his return to the competitive circuit alongside Miikka’s Finnish duo. “sunny” Kemppi and Jere “sergej” Salo.

Under the banner of GORILLAZ, flusha began to compete once again in hopes of securing a tier 1 spot. However, the puzzle pieces didn’t fall into the perfect place as the team could barely hold it together right away. also in Level 2 circuits.

With 2022 approaching and so many organizations waiting to form their teams for the next competitive season, flusha has left the very team he co-founded in search of new opportunities. He still has a contract with GORILLAZ until the end of 2023, so any team that wants to sign him will have to buy him out of the contract.

Not only this, flusha, when it comes to his future in CS: GO HLTV, has revealed that going forward, he’s not prioritizing taking on the role of a dedicated in-game leader (IGL). However, if the setting is right, he will still be open to it. He took on the role of an IGL for the first time while playing with his previous organization, GORILLAZ.

It will be interesting to see how flusha ends with the next season just over a month away. One thing is for sure, he still aspires to compete at Tier 1, but how far will this dedication take him?

Get a weekly summary of all the latest developments in the global esports industry with our eSports business insights newsletter: AFK weekly

Sign up for free to receive insights, analysis and opinions on the biggest developments in the e-sports business, powered by our team of experienced journalists in collaboration with thought leaders across the industry.

https://afkgaming.com/csgo/news/flusha-leaves-gorillaz-reveals-his-csgo-plans-for-2022 Flusha reveals CS:GO plans for 2022 after leaving GORILLAZ


ClareFora is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. ClareFora joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: clarefora@interreviewed.com.

Related Articles

Back to top button