Flusha Retires from Professional Gaming
The 30-year-old Swedish player has chosen to end his professional gaming career. Flusha cited a lack of motivation and diminishing enjoyment from playing Counter-Strike as the reasons behind his decision.
Flusha kickstarted his professional gaming journey in 2011. His crowning achievements include three major victories with Fnatic: DreamHack Winter 2013, ESL One: Katowice 2015, and ESL One: Cologne 2015. Throughout his career, he secured $886,500 in prize winnings.
Flusha's most recent team was EYEBALLERS, which he joined on June 9, 2022. While he won't be competing any longer, Flusha will remain in the club as a streamer.