One of Fnatic’s best Counter Strike: Global Offensive, and possibly the best in the world, Robin ‘Flusha’ Ronnquist donated all of his $4500 winnings to Doctors Without Borders.

The top player won $4500 in FACEIT’s monthly Pro League, FPL, for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The new match making system allowed pro players to compete for individual monthly prizes. Instead of cashing out, Flusha instead asked if he could donate the money to Doctors Without Borders.

To support Flusha, FACEIT met his donation to make the total to $9,000.

“After contacting the players to retrieve their details in order to send their prizes, we received a great gesture from Flusha! Instead of sending his payment details, he requested the funds to be send to a charity; Doctors Without Borders. A gesture showing there is much more to CS than money and above anything it’s about passion” – Michele Attisani, COO FACEIT

 

 

 

Flusha has been with Fnatic since 2013, and is often considered one of the best in the world at Counter Strike: Global Offensive.

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