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Flusha joins Cloud9 as STYKO is removed – CSGO

Cloud9 announced today on Twitter that Robin “flusha” Rönnquist will be joining Cloud9’s Counter-Strike:Global Offensive Team.  This news comes after Fnatic announced that they were benching Flusha, and planned on using ScreaM for ESL New York 2018.

“We at Cloud9 are excited to welcome the newest member of our Counterstrike: Global Offensive roster, Robin flusha Rönnquist! flusha is one of the most successful players in history, having been in the competitive CS:GO circuit since 2012, and we’re all thrilled to welcome him to the Cloud9 family.

The wealth of experience he brings is almost unparalleled, having this year alone helped Fnatic to championships at WESG 2017 and the IEM XII – World Championship. But it is 2015 that stands out as a year every pro hopes to achieve one day, as flusha helped lead Fnatic to two Major championships, at ESL One: Cologne 2015 and ESL One: Katowice 2015, as well as championships in ESL ESEA Pro League Season 1 and Season 2. The three-time major winner has built a legacy to stand the test of time, and we can’t wait to see him build upon it with Cloud9!”

“Joining Cloud9 is one of those opportunities in life that just felt right for me to pursue. Getting to play with hungry players that want to achieve what I once achieved is a big motivator, because I am not done yet. I hope to bring a lot of experience to this talented and young group of players, and I’m looking forward to getting to know the team better as well. Bringing us onto a winning path will follow from there!”

— Robin “flusha” Rönnquist

Streamer, gamer, and writer.

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