Devilwalk retires from CS:GO

by Daniel Rosen Feb 17 2016
Thumbnail image courtesy of Fnatic

Jonatan "Devilwalk" Lundberg has retired from professional CS:GO, the player announced on Twitter Wedensday.

In his tweet, Devilwalk cited wrist problems as his reason retirement. He was a fixture in the competitive CS:GO scene sicne 2012, and previously played CS 1.6.

Devilwalk played for Team Ancient before his retirement, and previously played for Fnatic, Luminosity Gaming and Winterfox.

Devilwalk is probably best known for his time with Fnatic, when he helped the team take first place at Dreamhack Winter 2013 and 5-8th at the ESL Major Series One: Katowice 2014. He then become the team's coach before returning to the competitive scene as a player with 1337. Devilwalk left 1337 for Luminosity Gaming, then formed Mythic with his teammates after that organization signed Keyd Stars' roster. Mythic was then signed by Winterfox.

Devilwalk reunited with former Fnatic teammates Markus "pronax" Wallsten and Andreas "schneider" Lindberg on Team Ancient after leaving Winterfox. As part of Ancient, Devilwalk placed 3-4th at the MLG Columbus 2016 - CIS/Europe Last Chance Qualifier after an 0-2 loss to Team YP in the top bracket finals.

Daniel Rosen is a news editor for theScore eSports. He can walk the dinosaur. You can follow him on Twitter.