flusha some m0NESY down the drain

Elliott Griffiths
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flusha aka señor vac going down the drain

Illustration by Crash_ Source: ELEAGUE

They say you should have new resolutions for the new year, and flusha and m0NESY certainly seem to be taking that to heart.

What the new year will bring for them will be very different though.

One of them an old relic, an artifact of a time long gone. The other a glimpse at the future, a looking glass in to what's to come. But what about the present?

Well, as it stands presently - flusha has left a project we can confidently call a complete flop - at least for him. GORILLAZ was supposed to be a NoChance type attempt at getting orgless players back in business.

Players came and went, but an org never showed its face. And so, flusha finds himself in a bit of a pickle. What to do next?

Robin, if you're reading, here's our advice: it's been nice, but maybe now's the right time to hang up your mouse.

The contrast with m0NESY couldn't be any bigger.

The 16 year old has just come off of one of the more successful academy projects in CS:GO, and it seems like the sky's the limit - especially now that he's officially been transfer listed by NAVI Junior.

He's already been connected to multiple possible transfers, with G2 looking most likely to pick him up so far. Either way, no matter the team he joins - everyone that hasn't been living under a rock for the past year knows this guy's part of the next generation.

So really, with these two events being so close together, what we've witnessed is an almost literal "passing of the torch" between two generations of players. How poetic.

December 9, 2021

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