Former Fnatic member Robin “flusha“ Rönnquist has revealed a star-studded lineup for his next Counter-Strike: Global Offensive project three months after stepping down from his previous team.
The cat is finally out of the bag as CSGO professional player flusha has officially announced his new team’s roster. The international roster will feature some of the brightest stars in CSGO who’ll play under a mystery organization that is soon to be revealed.
“Today we can finally confirm that this project is actually happening and we have started to practice. It will be a long road ahead but happy to work with these players,” Miikka “suNny“ Kemppi told HLTV.org.
Finally today i get to announce the team project we have been working on for the past few months.
Not everything is set in stone regarding lineup but for now it is:
We have an organisation supporting us that will go public in the near future!
— Robin Rönnquist (@flusha) April 12, 2021
The brand new project will include former ENCE members suNny, Jere “sergej“ Salo, and ex-contact pro player Rokas “EspiranTo“ Milasauskas alongside Buğra “Calyx“ Arkın on trial. The quintet has already been acquired by an organization that will be announced in the future.
With this announcement, sergej will officially part ways with ENCE after spending five months on the bench. suNny told HLTV that the roster has not yet gelled as Calyx is currently just trialling with the four permanent members. The 26-year-old will be revealing more details about the hot new international roster in CSGO.
“Four of us have signed and we will be starting with flusha, sergej, EspiranTo, me, and trialing Calyx as our last piece of the puzzle,” sunNy said.
The reports of a new team brewing came after sunNy was dropped from ENCE following some bold statements made by Aleksi “allu” Jalli on HLTV podcast. sergej was already out of the active roster due to his mandatory military service in Finland and sunNy’s departure further fueled the rumors of the duo reuniting under a new banner. Flusha later confirmed the reports in February but elaborated that the plans fell through due to lack of interest from organizations at the time.
Timothy “autimatic“ Ta was also rumoured to be part of this budding roster, but an invite from a Valorant team saw him quit Valve’s shooter to switch games. With autimatic out of the picture, few thought that the lineup would attract an investor during the online era where organizations are actively pulling out CSGO rosters. However, Flusha’s recent announcement comes as a fresh breath of air and brings good tidings for CSGO enthusiasts.
Roster announced by Flusha is: