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JW Leaves Fnatic And Becomes A Free Agent



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Jesper Wecksell, known as “JW,” is a 26-year-old Swedish CS:GO player who had been representing Fnatic for over seven years. In between 2016-2017, he also played for GODSENT during this period.

Despite the fact that JW is considered as one of the best AWP players in the Counter-Strike scene who dominated the game for years and defined an era, he had been underperforming for the past three years.

Therefore, Fnatic decided to bench the veteran player in July 2021 as they went international with the additions of British players Alex “ALEX” McMeekin and William “mezii” Merriman in the next month.

After three months of this decision, JW took his official Twitter account to announce that he left Fnatic, and he has become a free agent from now. Afterward, he thanked the organization and staff for everything they have done for him.

Moreover, JW pointed out that he will start his new chapter in his career from now and said that he will work hard and do his best to deliver once again. As JW said, he will be streaming and playing in the qualifiers.

JW announced his free agency:

“As of today I am released from my contract and will be entering free agency. A pretty emotional but also pretty exciting day, I want to thank everyone who has been a part of the journey for everything they have given me throughout my career.

But I would like to give an extra thank you to some key people in this 8-year-long story, beginning with cArn who believed in me all these years, he was always there for me and my problems, ingame or outside the game and for that I will be forever grateful.

Also to znajder, Devilwalk, and flusha who I started this adventure with almost 9 years ago, that friendship is something I will always remember, and I’m sad I didn’t care about it more sometimes.

I will work hard on my game, try to stream some and try to play in as many qualifiers as possible until I know what’s next for me. In the end, all in all, it’s been one hell of a ride but nothing lasts forever and it is time for me to start writing the next chapter. My last chapter was 8 years, 3 majors, 25 titles and now i am ready for my next, are you?”

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