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Jonatan "Devilwalk" Lundberg (born April 7, 1991) is a Swedish professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player and former Counter-Strike 1.6 player, known as a winner of first CS:GO Major DreamHack Winter 2013 and as a Fnatic coach during their the most succesful era. After his Fnatic career as a coach he decided to return to professional scene and joined 1337 to play with schneider. He moved to North America later on, to play for Luminosity Gaming which later on signed former squad of Keyd Stars. Core players stuck together and played under name of Mythic which was later on signed by Winterfox. He officially announced that he would step down from competitive play on February 17, 2016, due to wrist problems, therefore he began focusing on his health more than playing. In June of 2016, he was brought in as a coach for OpTic Gaming though this opportunity did not last for much longer than 2 months. Partially due to him not being registered on the roster for the upcoming Cologne major at the time, and he later had found a "better offer" which the team encouraged him to take on. In 2017, he had returned to Epsilon eSports as the team's coach while also playing as a stand-in for a temporary amount of time due to the team losing draken to Ninjas in Pyjamas, and losing kalle in addition at a later time. Devilwalk had left Epsilon at an unknown time.
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Oct 2017
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Sep 2017
OpTic Gaming
Aug 2016
OpTic Gaming
Jun 2016
Winterfox
Nov 2015
Winterfox
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FormerMythic
Sep 2015
Mythic
LeftMythic
Sep 2015
Mythic
JoinedMythic
Jul 2015
Luminosity Gaming
Jul 2015
Luminosity Gaming
Former1337
Jul 2015