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Flusha’s Team Gorillaz Parts Ways With NaToSaphiX Due To Role Clashing



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Robin Rönnquist, known as “Flusha,” is a 27-year-old Swedish CS:GO player who is known for his time with Fnatic between 2013-2018. Afterward, he left the team and joined Cloud9 for a short period, then returned back to Fnatic.

Unfortunately, Fnatic was underperforming even after flusha re-joined the team. Therefore, flusha decided to leave the roster as he announced that he wants to be an in-game leader from now and will form a new team.

After a short period, Flusha revealed that the team is featuring Buğra “Calyx” Arkın, Jere “sergej” Salo, Miikka “suNny” Kemppi, and Rokas “EspiranTo” Milasauskas. However, the team parted ways with Calyx and EspiranTo later on.

Then, Yasin “xfl0ud” Koç and Niels Christian “NaToSaphiX” Sillassen joined the team. However, there was a conflict about the roles inside the team, so they wanted to part ways with the Danish AWP player.

We decided to part ways with NaToSaphiX,” flusha announced. “This guy has some insane dedication to whatever we told him we needed but in the end, we felt that roles were clashing too much to keep going! Was a pleasure playing with him and I’m sure that someone will pick him up soon enough!”

Afterward, NaToSaphiX mentioned that the roster was looking for a player who is more natural to the riffle and that’s the only reason why he parted ways with Gorillaz even though they were one of the nicest guys in the scene.

NaToSaphiX said:

“Was an insanely good time with the Gorillaz-guys Some of the nicest people I’ve met in esports for sure and will miss them all until next time They decided to search for a guy who is more natural in a rifle-role, something I am not yet as I was AWP most of my career.

Will be posting a followup tweet later today to give more insight about my future I am insanely confident after this experience, it was one where I learnt a lot from the very talented players and coach I am in noway done playing and I am already looking forward to be back.”

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