- CS:GO professional Flusha reveals he has gathered enough players to start a team
- The squad is looking for an organization to sign a contract with
- Fans are enthusiastic yet a bit concerned as flusha's previous attempt to get a team signed ended in failure
Having assembled a fresh CS:GO team, professional player Robin “flusha” Ronnquist is looking for an organization to pick them up.
Flusha's New Team
Robin Ronnquist, known as flusha, was benched from the Fnatic organization three times and was barely active in the recent months. At the start of this month, the popular Swedish gamer announced he had formed a new team of 5 professional CS:GO players.
The news was first teased by Miikka Kemppi or suNny on February 20. SuNny ambiguously tweeted he was working on a very promising project, including some young and experienced. This came mere hours after he announced himself as a free agent, looking to compete on the big stage.
Flusha initially responded with a simple gif, leading people to speculate the two of them were working together as they have done in the past. This turned out to be the case as on March 1 flusha made the big announcement. However, the Swedish professional has yet to reveal his hand and has not shared the names of his remaining teammates.
Finding an Organization May Prove Difficult
However, having a full team is only the first step. The CS:GO players will now have to find an established organization interested in picking them up. People are anxious about that as Flusha's previous team, consisting of him, suNny, Timothy “automatic” Ta, and two other players, failed to attract the attention of any major organizations.
The iBUYPOWER and SK Gaming organizations would have been two of the possibilities had they shown interest in the European roster. Sadly this doesn't seem to be the case, so flusha's new team will do best to arm themselves with patience and persistence.