In recent CSGO news, the Swedish player, Fnatic’s longest-serving CS:GO part, is leaving the association to seek favorable circumstances somewhere else, 90 days after being sidelined as the group chose to move away from their Swedish roots to go worldwide.
This completes JW’s second stretch with Fnatic, which began in February 2017 after a short spell with GODSENT. During this time, he helped the group win large competitions, for example, IEM Katowice in March 2018 and DreamHack Masters Malmö in 2019. He likewise played for the British association between August 2013 and August 2016 and was a vital piece of Fnatic’s three CS:GO Tournaments Major titles.
Despite at first playing with changing to Valorant, JW has clarified that he will stay in Counter-Strike to solidify his legacy in the game.
“My future is not really clear at all, besides the fact that I will stay in CS,” the veteran said in an interview with Dexerto. “I have decided that I don’t want to leave the game that I love and have played for so long. I really want to keep building on the legacy I have started. I’m looking to play again next year, so I would like to decide what to do around December/January.” “Until then I’ll just play mixes and qualifiers, and make sure to stay in touch with the game, rebuild myself, and recover my confidence for my next task.”
Until the following CS:GO starts, JW will play in certain qualifiers with blended groups to keep his singular structure. He needs to recuperate his certainty before he takes on another test in his profession. Many groups will make changes after the PGL Stockholm Major finishes toward the beginning of November so that we may see JW in real life again as soon as possible.