​After OpTic Gaming ​decided to go Danish and change up their CS:GO roster, Adam "friberg" Friberg was left without a team moving forward. The former Ninjas in Pyjamas player took to Twitter Sunday to comment on his time with OpTic and his plans moving forward

​​"Playing for OpTic has been a pleasure, we had a lot of fun and I think that we did OK with the team even though our main goal was to qualify for the major, we had some issues with our map pool which made us a bit weaker in the play-off stages of tournaments, but we made it out of groups in everyone we attended except for the ECS finals, ended up ranked #11 in the world after just a few months playing as a team, which I am proud of," friberg said in a Twitlonger.

OpTic Gaming brought four new players after deciding to scrap their NA based roster back in August. They brought in friberg, ​Aleski "allu" Jalli, Emil "Magisk" Reif, and Kevin "HS" Tarn. The team failed to win a premier event and the project was scrapped when OpTic announced a new Danish lineup. 

Friberg plans on continuing his career after being released from his OG contract. He thanked the organization for his time there, his teammates and coach.