Robin flusha Rönnquist

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Nickame:
flusha
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Total Earnings:
$395,802.00
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World Ranking:
111
Country Ranking:
10
Flusha Fnatic CS

Biography

Robin ‘flusha’ Rönnquist is a Swedish CS player, that plays for Fnatic as the team’s in-game leader and rifler. Robin is particularly known for his ability to push Fnatic to victory. Over the last four years, flusha ranked in the top of twenty best players by HLTV.org.

In every Counter-Strike match, he has shown his reliability and potential to form part of the world’s top team, Fnatic. JW and flusha have been playing together since January 2013, making quite a duo, winning major events. 

Where it all began:

CounterStrike 1.6 video game

Robin was eighteen when he started playing Counter-Strike 1.6 back in 2011 with HatersgOnahate. He participated in his very first esports event, DreamHack Winter 2011, where he and his squad finished in tenth place. He made the transition to CS:GO in 2012 and has competed for teams like SY_b, Western Wolves and Godsent among others. 

The Team:

Fnatic CSGO team

Fnatic is an esports company that was established in 2004, supporting several teams that specialise in the world’s top games like Dota 2, CS:GO, League of Legends, Overwatch and Heroes of the Storm. Flusha joined Fnatic in February 2017, forming part of their Counter-Strike roster to continue building success with the top team, along with Dennis, Krimz, olofmeister, JW, Jumpy.  

Competition Participation:

Flusha has taken part in countless Counter-Strike matches such as DreamHack Las Vegas, Eleague Major 2017, ESL One: Cologne 2016, ESL Pro leagues, MLG Major Championship: Colombus among many others.

Eleague Major 2017 good size

As a CS player, Rönnquist has the experience and skills of beating some of the worlds renowned teams like G2 Esports, Hellraisers, Mousesports, Astralis, NaVi, NiP, Team Solomid, Cloud 9 and many others.

Winnings:

The highest reward achieved by Flusha and the Fnatic team was at Eleague Season 1. The CS: GO squad finished second place against Virtus Pro, taking home a prize of $140K.

The second greatest achievement for Robin was winning the premier match, Intel Extreme Masters X – World Championship. The Fnatic unit defeated Luminosity with the score 3:0, scooping a total cash prize of $104K.