One of the best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players in the world is finally calling it quits.
Robin “flusha” Rönnquist, who won numerous titles in the early years of the game’s competitive scene, announced on Twitter that he’s retiring from the game completely.
Flusha, however, may stick around in the scene but he has yet to announce his future plans.
“Decided to retire from playing competitive CSGO, I’m still gonna be sticking around doing whatever.. not really too sure yet,” said flusha in a tweet.
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Flusha gained immediate success during his early years with Western Wolves and Epsilon Esports. But his name really took off when he joined Fnatic, leading the team to a grand total of 44 championships through various tournaments.
His retirement announcement has sent shockwaves throughout the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive community, marking the end of an era for one of the game’s most iconic players.