Professional Counter-Strike players Timothy “autimatic” Ta, Robin "flusha" Rönnquist, and Miikka "suNny" Kemppi are approaching several organizations about potentially creating a new CS:GO team together, according to multiple sources close to the situation. The three players are all currently under contract, but looking to group up for the 2021 professional circuit.
Flusha and Autimatic have already played together previously, having teamed up with Cloud9 between 2018 and 2019. Following that six month stretch, Flusha returned to Fnatic, where he is now expected to be replaced by Jack "Jackinho" Ström Mattson in coming weeks. His third tenure with Fnatic will have lasted 15 months, should the move become final.
Autimatic has been with Gen.G since late 2019. During his time with the team, they started off strong in 2020 with a win at DreamHack Open Anaheim. However, as the year transitioned to online play, they were unable to recapture their success. Last month, it was announced that Gen.G was allowing all of their players to explore new options. It is expected that most, if not all players will move to new homes.
suNny has played for ENCE since August 2019 when he replaced now OG in-game leader Aleksi "Aleksib" Virolainen. It wasn’t his first time with ENCE, having played for them originally in 2013. Their best result after re-adding suNny was a runner-up finish to his former team Mousesports at the CS:GO Asia Championships 2019. He was recently in discussions with GODSENT about joining their active roster, however discussions have stalled in recent weeks.