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Fnatic CS:GO Player JW Admits That G2 Esports Were Just Better

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Jesper Wecksell, known as “JW,” is a 24-year-old Swedish CS:GO player who has been playing for Fnatic since February 2017. Also, he was playing for Fnatic between 2013-2016 and he joined  GODSENT in August 2016. In his career, he earned over $800.000 from the events.

In the semifinals of Intel Extreme Masters Katowice, Fnatic got eliminated after the huge loss against G2 Esports with 2-1. Later on, JW has shared a post on his official account and admitted that they lost a better team.

Here is what JW said:

“This one is gonna sting for abit.. Lost to a better playing team today, it’s insane how much they have improved from Malmö to now, props to them and GL in the finals.”

A fan user named Hamshanks replied:

“It was a sick run. It’s a shame about the last round but shit happens bro. I honestly think with the crowd you could’ve won, G2 aren’t used to big arena events. IDK GG anyway”

Another fan named Bendy replied:

“You made it to the Semi-finals, keep your head up and never give up #alwaysfnatic”

You can check his tweet below.

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