Ex-fnatic and Cloud9 Counter-Strike veteran Robin "flusha" Rönnquisthas described his future plans to return to the esport. He replied to DonHaci after he questioned whether flusha would want to come back to the game, “after the [Starladder] major” he replied.
The Starladder Major is from August 28-September 8. Therefore, we should expect a return from the Swedish rifler sometime in the next two to three months.
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The Counter-Strike legend has a plethora of victories under his name. With fnatic, flusha won multiple events including three majors. These were: DreamHack Winter 2013, ESL One Katowice 2015, and ESL One Cologne 2015. Moreover, flush would go on to win a huge twenty one LAN wins with fnatic.
Although fnatic was performing well in mid-2016, flusha and teammates Jesper "JW" Wecksell and Freddy "KRIMZ" Johansson would join GODSENT. However, this would not result in GODSENT reaching a major LAN final during its tenure. GODSENT would later finish top 11 in the ELEAGUE Major 2017. Therefore, flusha returned to fnatic in early 2017.
After some dwindling performances toward the end of 2018, the FACEIT Major would be the last event flusha plays for the roster. He then joined Cloud9 on September 25. Individually, flusha found some relatively consistent form but the team did not meet its expectations. Therefore, his tenure on Cloud9 ended after in-game leader Golden replaced him on March 2 2019.
Flusha is still a Counter-Strike great. However, 2019 has seen a number of incredible talents outshine the rest including Mathieu “ZywOo” Herbaut, Keith “NAF” Markovic, and Aleksandr “s1mple”Kostyliev, it will be extremely difficult to break into the form he was once in. Nonetheless, flusha brings great experience and deep knowledge about the game. Fans can expect that he will be picked up by a big team toward the end of 2019.