Jesper Wecksell, aka JW, was one of Counter-all-time Strike’s greatest players. He was removed from Fnatic today’s lineup in what appears to be a sign of his end. Fnatic had to cut him from the team due to a series of poor performances. He leaves as a three time major champion.
Milan Vejda, AKA Striker, of HLTV reported the story after speaking to the organization. JW also commented on the situation, where he suggested that JW might shift to another battle royale Valorant. The HLTV report states that JW will think through what he should have done differently, and take it with him wherever he goes, be it Counter-Strike or VALORANT or esports.
Riot might transfer JW to their tactical shooter, which could spell the end to one of CSGO’s most illustrious careers. JW was considered one of the first true superstars of the game. His aggressive AWP performances as part of a strong Fnatic team gave him a prominent name and helped to build one of the longest lasting relationships in esports.
JW won twenty titles during his time with Fnatic. This included three of the six first CSGO Majors. Fnatic now has three players active after IGL Maikil ‘Golden’ Selim moved to inactive. This was due to reports that Fnatic might abandon its Swedish identity to create an international roster around Freddy ‘KRIMZ’ Johansson or Ludwig ‘Brollan’ Brolin.
He was friends with KRIMZ Johansson for seven years. They first collaborated on Fnatic 2014, and continued to play together up until the transfer. JW will remain with the organization through 2022, despite it being difficult to find offers for an older player in a CSGO setting that is flooded with unsigned talent.
Although other gamers have made the move to North America, Steel, DaZeD and Steel all have CVs that are comparable to JW’s. This makes him one of the most well-known names to follow. At the moment, there is not any indication that he plans to move. It’s possible we will see him take up a position as a coach or an operatic role.
Jesper “JW” Wecksell (born February 23, 1995) is a Swedish professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player and former Counter-Strike 1.6 player. He is known for his wildly aggressive style of play while using the AWP. He is currently the hybrid AWPer for Fnatic.
Jesper ‘JW’ Wecksell has announced that he has ended his almost eight-year spell with Fnatic, with his future now up in the air.
Jesper “jw” Wecksell is a Swedish CS:GO player, formerly a Counter-Strike 1.6 player. He is known for his aggressive play-style with the AWP. He currently plays for fnatic.
Sweden’s Jesper “JW” Wecksell announced Thursday he’s leaving Fnatic, ending a nearly eight-year run over two stints with the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive organization. “As of today I am released from my contract and will be entering free agency,” JW wrote in a TwitLonger post.14-Oct-2021
Jesper Wecksell was one of Counter-all-time Strike’s greatest players. He was removed from Fnatic today in what appears to be a sign of his end. Fnatic had to cut him from the team due to a series of poor performances. He leaves as a three time major champion.