Robin “flusha” Rönnquist announced today that he is looking for new opportunities in 2022, that is, he does not want to stay with GORILLAZ, the CS: GO Team he helped build in April.
The legendary Swedish rifleman got the chance to be a dedicated in-game leader at GORILLAZ, which he had been planning for some time. But the international one CS: GO Project has not achieved reasonable results so far. Flusha and former ENCE players Miikka “suNny” Kemppi and Jere “sergej” Salo were the core of the team and participated in a variety of Tier 2 and Tier 3 tournaments throughout the year, with the other two pieces were constantly changing the lineup.
Flusha told HLTV that being a leader in the game is no longer his priority, but he could take the role back if it’s the “right scenario”. The 28-year-old is best known for his time at Fnatic, where he won the first CS: GO Major in 2013 and consecutive majors in 2015, plus a handful of other major LAN events.
The possible departure of flusha leaves big question marks about the future of GORILLAZ. Sunny called They were supported by an esports organization back in April, but the name of the owner is not yet known.
The GORILLAZ squad consists of flusha, sergej, sunny and Anton “supra” Tšernobai, who is on trial. Jesper “JW” Wecksell is representing them, but has told HLTV that he has no plans to stay on the team in 2022. Flusha’s contract expires in 2023, according to HLTV.