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Fnatic CS:GO Player JW Mocks Astralis After Their Victory

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25-year-old Swedish CS:GO player Jesper Wecksell, known as “JW,” has been representing Fnatic for over six years. In his career, he earned over $860.000 from the tournaments that he attended.

JW has shared a new post on his official Twitter account and mocked Astralis after their victory at ESL One: Road To Rio.

He stated that they shouldn’t have messed up on Inferno, but, it felt so great to beat them. Furthermore, he shared a video of the ‘funeral dance’ video, which he and KRIMZ were carrying the coffin of Astralis.

Here is what JW said:

“Shouldn’t have messed up Inferno but they took advantage of our mistakes, but feels really good to beat them again! Can get used to that.”

A fan named Goose replied:

“I’m mostly an Astralis fan and Fnatic is second but ur my favorite player in skill and personality.”

Another fan named Dmitriy replied:

“Yeah individual mistakes cost you Inferno but great recovery on overpass even though u lost both pistol rounds, Fnatic fans are proud today.”

You can check out the post below.

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