fnatic allow flusha to explore options

fnatic has announced their intention to release Robin "flusha" Ronnquist and allowed the player to consider his career options. The announcement did not reveal the reasoning behind the decision, nor who would take the vacated position on the team.

Andreas Samuelsson, Head Coach of Fnatic CS:GO said:

“Looking to the future of Fnatic CS:GO we've had to make some tough decisions about our roster and our legendary players. Robin is an amazingly talented player and I'm sure he will find a place in a top tier team very quickly. Flusha dropping to our inactive roster opens up a place on our active roster that we will use to rejuvenate our team for the 2021 season.”

flusha has represented fnatic for the past four years, with a six-month break at Cloud9 in 2018. The organization has achieved the most success with him, becoming champions of numerous prestigious tournaments, including the majors DreamHack Winter 2013, ESL One Katowice 2015 and ESL One Cologne 2015.

According to recent rumors, the fnatic lineup will be staffed by 21-year-old Swede Jack "Jackinho" Stram Mattson, while Ronnquist plans to start the competitive season with Timothy "autimatic" Ta and Miikka "suNny" Kemppi, who have approached several organizations with a joint proposal to form a new team in the European region.