CSGO: Peppzor part ways with Fnatic

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CSGO: Peppzor part ways with Fnatic

Peppe “Peppzor” Borak has announced he is parting ways with Fnatic.

Everyone knows that Fnatic is one of the biggest names in CSGO. Naturally, the team had some of the top-tier players in the world and Peppzor was one of them. The Swedish player was a part of fnatic Rising, but he decided to part ways with the club.

The decision

People who’ve followed Peppe “Peppzor” Borak won’t be surprised by his decision because he mainly played for Fnatic’s academy. Even though he got several chances to shine in the main roster, the player was not that active there. Therefore, after almost 2 years at the organization, Peppe decided it was time for a change.

People who follow fnatic know that Peppzor played for his team on two occasions. The first one was in 2021, whereas his most recent performance was during the Elisa Masters Espoo this November. Although the player lived up to the expectations as fnatic defeated BIG in the Grand Final, the player decided it was time for something new.

Interestingly, Peppzor was pretty successful during his time playing for fnatic’s B team. In fact, he had a key role in the club’s success in the We Play Academy League Season 5. Following this victory, the player got the chance to take part in fnatic’s main roster yet again, which was when he and his team won the Elisa Masters Espoo.

The future

It will be very interesting to see whether the 20-year-old superstar will find a more suitable team in the future. We do not have any information regarding his plan yet, but we know that he will take part in the ESL Challenge League alongside fnatic Rising.  In other words, we expect to learn more information about his new team once the league is over.

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CSGO: Peppzor part ways with Fnatic
Zlosterr has been a fan of esports for many years and mainly focuses on Dota 2. He has more than five years of experience writing Dota 2 content for numerous platforms. Besides being a passionate fan of the game, he's also played for various amateur teams.