According to a report from Jarek “DeKay” Lewis at DBLTAP, the trio of Timothy “Autimatic” Ta, Robin “flusha” Rönnquist and Miikka “suNny” Kemppi are planning to pull together a team for the 2021 pro circuit.
These professional players are currently in talks to work as a trio and have been speaking to a plethora of organizations about creating a CSGO roster. While still being contracted with their respective teams, these three players have been weighing up their chances to compete as a team in this year’s professional go-rounds.
Earlier between 2018-2019, Flusha joined Cloud9 where he replaced Martin ‘STYKO’ Styk on the roster. This was the time where Autimatic played along with the 27yo Swede. But soon after Flusha decided to take a break from gaming before rejoining Fnatic in September 2019. As earlier reported by Jarek, FNATIC was looking to transition Jack “Jackinho” Ström Mattson, a semi-professional player to their active roster. This potential roster update might move Flusha on the bench.
Whereas at Gen.G, the South Korea Organization had allowed its players to explore further opportunities for their future as they wanted to assess how CSGO’s professional scene in North America will develop in 2021.
Miikka “suNny” Kemppi who parted his ways with ENCE is one among this trio. Mikka was earlier benched by Mousesports after the latter decided to overhaul their roster by signing three new players. He was soon recruited by ENCE where he went on to replace Aleksi ‘Aleksib’ Virolainen on the current roster. But due to the recent internal problems that arose within the team, suNny found it right to start looking for a new home. He was previously linked with Godsent now (FPX Esports) but it seems the negotiations have been stalled for now.