Despite the fact that Robin Johansson left his pro-gaming activities (he played under Fifflaren nickname for Swedish team Ninjas in Pyjamas), it is still quite active in the arena of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Fifflaren changed his combat post player on the analyst’s desk
Recently FACEIT and Twitch streaming Courts launched a new huge CSGO-league Esports Championship Series (ECS), which brings together players from 20 teams from Europe and North America, will become co-owners of the League. But, according to Robin, it would be better to develop CSGO-eSports in the direction of online competitions.
“Now a lot of LAN tournaments for players of professional scene. Every week goes something new. Players travel and never come home, that’s really hard, if you look at the problem from the angle of growth of their qualification. They simply have no time to exercise.”
Robin “Fifflaren” Johansson 28 years and has behind him a professional gamer career with a decade of experience. He played for the “Berlin Allianz”, “Adastra”, “NoA”, “Anonymous5”. However, the greatest success and fame achieved as a player of the club “Ninjas in Pyjamas” (2012-2014 gg.). Robin during a career earned $ 123.770 dollars from 2006 to 2014 in 69 official tournaments.
Achievements of Robin «Fifflaren» Johansson
Fifflaren on ESL One tournament: Cologne in 2014, where he was with the team won 1st place
Currently the Swede Fifflaren left pro-gaming career and now works for streaming giant Twitch. To do this he had to leave Sweden and settle on the other side of the Atlantic in the United States.
“I get a completely different experience in a different culture, a new country. And it’s fun!”
– So, when you plan to return to Sweden?
– “I have no plans to return, in fact” – Fifflaren, he said with a laugh.
You never know what will happen tomorrow. Right now I have a great mood and I do not see any reason to return back.
With Twitch on partnership terms, FACEIT recently launched a new giant project online league with 3.5 million prize pool – the largest ever in the history of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. This initiative – one of the many powerful investments in the popular FPS-game (First Person Shooter). According to the analyst Fifflaren, in CSGO – a bright future. At the same time, he has some cause for concern.
“In this league ECS, we have received many professional online matches. Hopefully, the team will have more time for actual practice. Instead of three weeks of flights from four per month, they probably will have 3 weeks at home. And this, in my opinion, will contribute improve the quality of matches. In addition, we see that the recent increase in the number of gaming injuries. “
– As a leading expert in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, you have seen during Dreamhack Masters 2016 in Malmö as the fans at the Malmö Arena Sweden called “Homeland of Counter-Strike”.
– It’s amazing to see such a tremendous growth, even in comparison with 2013 year. Just look at the first major in 2013 Dreamhack Winter, when the finals were held in a small theater, and compare it with a completely filled Malmö Arena in 2016. And not only there! In Columbus, Cologne and in other arenas of the world. It’s really amazing!
This video was created as a thank bright game Fifflaren team Ninjas in Pyjamas.