After two months without being on an active roster, Adam “friberg” Friberg decided he still wants to play professional Counter-Strike.
Friberg on NiP: “In the end, it felt like we tried everything, but nothing really worked out, so we knew that something had to be done after we went out after the minor qualifier.”
For Ninjas in Pyjamas, the unthinkable happened June 12.
Two weeks after announcing his departure from Ninjas in Pyjamas, Adam “Friberg” Friberg will give the Counter-Strike analyst desk a shot.
Ninjas in Pyjamas announced Monday the signing of Henrik “REZ” Sterner to replace Adam “Friberg” Friberg, who steps down after almost five years with the organization.
Slingshot’s Vince Nairn had the chance to catch up with a victorious Adam “Friberg” Friberg after Ninjas in Pyjamas defeated SK Gaming 2-1 in Sunday’s final of IEM Oakland.