About six months ago, CS: GO professional Christoffer “GeT_RiGhT” Alesund, was placed on the bench by the team Dignitas. Since then, the future has been uncertain. “GeT_RiGhT” also chose to stay away from social media, and it was not until December 19, when he posted a trailer on his Twitter account, that various speculations began to reappear.
“GeT_RiGht” has long been one of the biggest names on the CS scene, longer than some current stars even played. His story began already when the game was called Counter-Strike and already during the final of this game he was ranked at the top of the world.
When he then switched to the game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, he was no longer just among the top players. In both 2013 and 2014, he was ranked as the best in the world by HLTV.org and was, among other things, involved in the extreme winning streak of 87 matches with the team Ninjas in Pajamas.
But, back to that trailer! For almost a month now, the star has given hints that something is going on. Many have speculated whether he would choose to pick up the new fps game Valorant, which came out just before the summer.
But not. Instead, a completely different message came. “GeT_RiGhT” has certainly signed for Dignitas once again, but this time he will not be a professional CS: GO player, but will instead become a full-time streamer. It was revealed in an interview with Dexerto. On your Twitch channel The Swede has almost 600,000 followers and the stream that brought the message has been seen by just over 638,000 people.