flusha announces retirement

Robin "flusha" Rönnquist has announced his retirement from professional esports. This was shared by EYEBALLERS, for which he has been competing since June 2022.

Rönnquist debuted on the pro scene in 2009. The Swede became most famous after transitioning to CS:GO and joining fnatic in 2013. Together with the team, he managed to win three Majors in Jönköping, Katowice and Cologne, as well as become the winner of a number of other prestigious events, including WESG 2017 World Finals and IEM Katowice 2018.

For the previous year flusha has been competing for EYEBALLERS, which he resurrected with Jesper "JW" Wecksell. During this time, he fell short to achieve any success at the tier 2 scene.

According to Rönnquist, he grew tired of the competition and lost the motivation to compete further. As a result, the Swede decided to quit in order to allow his former team to reinforce the squad with young talent.

Origin: twitter.com