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Devilwalk leaves coaching position at Fnatic

av Björn Ehrnberg
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Jonatan ”Devilwalk” Lundberg will leave Fnatic in order to pursuit a comeback as a professional player.
According to sources, the decision will be made official during the weekend.

Jonatan ”Devilwalk” Lundberg has won a major both as a player and a coach during his tenure at Fnatic. However, according to sources the CS:GO profile will now leave the organization and instead pursue a return to professional gaming with the recently dropped Team Property lineup.

Sources also say that the person replacing Devilwalk will be former Team Property coach Viktor ”vuggo” Jendeby. Vuggo already stepped in as an assistant coach and analyst in Fnatic during ESL One Katowice, where the team managed to secure their second CS:GO major. Now he’s set to take over the role as main coach.

An announcement from the team is expected to be released shortly.

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