Olofmeister is labeled as the secondary AWPer to Jesper “JW” Wecksell, but has grown exceptionally well in Fnatic and is now valued as one of the most versatile players in the game. Olofmeister is not only a top player in his own right, but he has also proved on countless occasions that he can be the primary AWPer in his team when needed.
Jesper’s breakthrough started in 2013 and he has been a rising star ever since; he started climbing the CS:GO list of talent with his current teammate Robin “Flusha” Rönnquist. Jesper has over time become one of the top snipers in the game, and also one of the top overall players. Using dedication and ingame intimidation with his “AWP”-skills, he has become the one to strike fear into his opponents today.
Flusha is one of the earliest recruits of Fnatic’s current lineup and he has been unmatched in individual progression since his arrival in 2013. Together with his companions, Flusha has managed to officially become one of the best players in the world, and has won countless titles under Fnatic’s banner. In 2014, flusha was consistent throughout the year and provided the boost needed for his team to claim the title “best team in the world”.
KrimZ was once considered the support player of the team, and it wasn’t until 2014 that he really started to shine in the eyes of the community. Now, KrimZ holds HLTV’s ranking of 9th in the world in 2014 and is widely considered to be one of Fnatic’s rising superstars.
An up and coming star for some time now, the dexterous rifler and pistol player that has shined bright on every stage he stepped up on is about to try and reach the highest one. Teaming up with Olof and Krimz once again, he will be taking on the initiator role that should make the most of his firepower and aggressive but technical playstyle.
After having worked with the team as an analyst for the IEM Katowice ,Vuggo took over the position of Head Coach after the departure of Devilwalk. He is helping our guys in achieving highest goals possible in every event.