Ludvig “Brollan” Brolin is a Swedish CSGO pro player for Fnatic. He just received the HLTV MVP Award for the ESLProLeague Season 11 Europe.
This Swedish CSGO pro was one of the youngest players to ever play for a professional organization. Godsent was his very first organization where he played counter-strike professionally. Seeing his raw talent back in 2018 Fnatic decided to pull the trigger and sign him into their pro CSGO roster.
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After all that, Brollan finally received the MVP award that he truly deserved from HLTV. He finally proved his worth to Fnatic and made it to the top of Europe’s leader board. Many Fnatic fans were really happy with this announcement as most feel that this was a long time coming for Brollan.
This should be the start of many more awards to come for Brollan in the future as right now in 2020, he seems to be at the top of his game. Fnatic looks really good with their roster lineup for 2020. With Brollan at the center, they are one of the favorites to win it all this year.
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Having said that Navi with the likes of s1mple also seems to be at the top of their game lately with their dominance in Katowice 2020. Other big ORGs are also preparing for the rest of the year with excitement. With coronavirus making everything online only at the moment, wonder how will it shape the pro-CSGO scene in the future.