flusha confirms he's a part of line-up looking for an org atm

Three-times major champion, mostly known as the cornerstone of fnatic's line-ups through CS:GO history Swedish eSports athlete Robin "flusha" Rönnquist has formed a new team with four unnamed players and is currently looking for an organization to sign the roster. He confirmed the rumors behind this situation on his personal broadcast on Twitch.

27-year-old Swede was allowed by fnatic to explore options to resume his career at the start of the year. The announcement did not reveal the reasoning behind the decision. 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.

Miikka "suNny" Kemppi has confirmed a few days after fnatic's announcement that flusha would team up with him in the new roster. For the sake of the star-studded project, he turned down a contract with FPX. However, the former ENCE player has joined FunPlus Phoenix as a stand-in for ESL Pro League Season 13.

Former Gen.G sniper Timothy "autimatic" Ta, former Gen was the third player to join flusha and suNny. However, after the players failed to find an organization in February autimatic left the CS:GO competitive scene and switched to Valorant.