Jonas Olofsson 
Ninjas in Pyjamas
One of the strongest in loss
July 3, 2018
Lekr0 finished Ninjas in Pyjamas' 16-3 loss to Cloud9 on Tuesday at ESL Cologne with a 12/17 KD.
It might have taken Lekr0 a bit to find his footing here, but once he did, he put on a respectable performance. For the longest time, he was actually the best on his team, which says a lot about how rough of a time NiP had here. It seemed like for every positive move they made, Cloud9 was two steps ahead with a big move of their own. He did have a nice 3k in Round 11 to make it 8-3, but that was their final round win of the entire game. They'll hope to turn things around against ENCE in the losers' bracket.
Joins Ninjas in Pyjamas
June 7, 2018
Lekr0 is now a member of Ninjas in Pyjamas, the Swedish organization has announced.
The news comes as a result of mixed performances from the Swedish team, who have had differences "both personal and in-game" between the players. NiP have now reached out to former Fnatic member after the team benched him in late May. Lekr0 will join the team when they travel to Shanghai to compete in the CS:GO Asia Championship, where the team will face the likes of Virtus.pro, Heroic, and Natus Vincere. He will also help the team at the end of this month in the Europe Minor Qualifier for the FACEIT Major, in which the team has struggled to make ends meet in the last two Major cycles.
Benched on active roster
May 28, 2018
Fnatic have announced that Lekr0 will be benched on the active roster to make way for Xizt.
The 24-year-old will be sent to the team's bench due to internal issues than a year after being brought back by Fnatic from GODSENT. His second spell with the team came as he helped Fnatic win IEM Katowice and the WESG World Finals. His final appearance for Fnatic came at IEM Sydney, where the Swedes finished 5-6th place. Fnatic announced in a statement that they are currently exploring options for Lekr0 and thanked the plater for his service to the organization.
Earns the split on Overpass
April 15, 2018
Lekr0 posted a 35/26 KD on Wednesday in a 1-1 split against FaZe Clan in Week 6 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
Lekr0 had a slow start to Inferno on the T-side as FaZe Clan opened up the series with a 3-0 lead early. Lekr0 finally got to his feet to help his team get the entries needed for the bomb plants to save what was left of their shattered economy. Only five rounds would come his way through the first half as FaZe took the 10-5 lead going into the second. Lekr0 opened the second half with a quad kill to secure the pistol on the A-bombsite hold. From there, a few rounds would go his way but the T-side from FaZe was too much to hold for a 16-9 loss. A much better start to Overpass saw Lekr0 pick up a massive 13-2 lead for the CT-side, thanks to his Round 9 triple kill hold on B to reset FaZe's economy. FaZe contested in the second half but Lekr0 kept his composure to claim the four rounds needed to clinch the split.
Busted on Overpass
April 6, 2018
Lekr0 posted a 32/31 KD on Tuesday in a 1-1 split against Gambit in Week 3 of ECS Season 5.
After taking on a 3-0 deficit to start Cobblestone, Lekr0 finally found his groove in Round 4 with a solid hold on the B-bombsite to help claim Fnatic's first round of the series. From there, Lekr0 held the line on the B-bombsite as well as the late rotations to A to build a solid economy and add six more rounds to their lead. Up 7-3, Gambit finally broke the streak and began to crank out the rounds against Lekr0 and co. to edge the half to 8-7. Unable to carry their momentum, Lekr0 cracked down on the T-side and ripped through the defense of Gambit to take the series lead 16-8, thanks to Lekr0's 18/12 KD and 78.6 ADR. The series shifted to Overpass, where another slow start harassed Fnatic's T-side, but this time Lekr0 struggled to find the frags and Fnatic barely claimed their rounds. The second-half wonder was just not there this time around, as Gambit pressed on to pick up a series split 16-8.
Opens up with a win
December 17, 2017
Lekr0 posted a 32/18 KD on Friday in the 16-12 win over Luminosity Gaming at the ECS Season 4 Finals.
Lekr0 opened up the series with a blistering triple kill to engage the retake to earn the pistol round win. From there, the defense played out by Lekr0 was a bit slow in the beginning as both teams traded rounds but his strong presence on the B-bombsite hold and keen on the late rotation. Going into the second half with a 10-5 lead, Lekr0 opened up the early rounds of the second half with an aggressive offense to help expand the lead. Although Luminosity contested, Lekr0 remained composed to push through the defense to eventually earn a triple kill to close out the map, leading the team with a 119.1 ADR in the 16-12 win.
Unable to break FaZe in sweep
December 9, 2017
Lekr0 earned a 34/39 KD on Saturday with a 2-0 loss to FaZe Clan in the semifinals of ESL Pro League Season 6 Finals.
Coming back from a pistol round win from FaZe, Lekr0 came up huge in Round 5 with a 1-vs-2 clutch to hold the post-plant for Fnatic. Although FaZe came right back to tie the game at 4-4 and once again at 6-6, Lekr0 couldn't stop the 9-6 deficit at the half. His performance in the second half was almost non-existent as he could not find anything to help him on the defense. Moving on to Overpass after a 16-7 loss on Mirage, Lekr0 contested once again in the early rounds of the first half but his defense held the line on the B-bombsite to pick up a double to secure the 8-7 half. Unfortunately, his offense couldn't break FaZe Clan's stride in the 16-10 loss.
Closes Astralis in fashion
December 9, 2017
Lekr0 posted a 16/14 KD on Wednesday in a 16-7 win over Astralis in the ESL Pro League Season 6 Finals.
Down 2-0 to the start of Inferno on the offensive side, Lekr0 picked up 2-vs-4 post-plant hold on the A-bombsite to secure the first round of the half for Fnatic. From there, Lekr0 contributed to a massive surge in the offense with six more rounds on the board. His ability to clean the bomb site out to secure several bomb plants solidified the economy which turned into an 11-4 lead going into the second. However, Astralis got out to a clean 3-0 start in the second half but Lekr0 picked up five defensive rounds, including his quad kill to close out the map to take home the 16-7 win, posting a 52.4 ADR.
Opens with OT win
December 9, 2017
Lekr0 posted a 25/20 KD on Tuesday in a 19-15 win over FaZe Clan in the ESL Pro League Season 6 Finals.
The 2-0 deficit slowed the performance of Lekr0 early on despite Fnatic coming back to pick up four rounds straight. Although a few frags were gained, Lerk0 remained very quiet until the final few rounds of the half to help the team come back and settle the first half with an 8-7 score. The second half started with FaZe on the pistol round win but the following eco-round, Lekr0 held the line on the A-bombsite to help prevent the plant, hurting the FaZe economy. Both teams then traded rounds until Lekr0 finally had some room to breathe and contributed to picking up four straight to secure mappoint advantage. However, FaZe came back to pick up four of their own to force overtime, where Lekr0 continued his defensive dominance and closed out the series with a 19-15 win, posting an 86.0 ADR.
Shows up big time in win
December 6, 2017
Lekr0 put up a 35/25 KD in Fnatic's win over Team Liquid on Day 2 of the ESL Pro League.
Lekr0 had another strong performance in this game, as he's starting to become one of the best performing members of this team. He didn't end with the highest KD on the team, but his 35 kills were certainly nothing to scoff at by any means. His highlight of the match came in Round 9, when he found a double kill to make up for being down a man early on. As the game progressed, he kept hammering Liquid with his rifle to help pick up the 22-18 win.
Top fragger despite 2-0 loss
October 3, 2017
Lekr0 went 55/38 Tuesday with a 2-0 loss to Ninjas in Pyjamas in ESL Pro League Season 6.
Lekr0 started on the not so well side of things on Mirage down 5-0 for the offense, until Round 6 with a swift entry-kill into the A-bombsite to help secure the first round of the game. From there, Lekr0 continued the streak in Round 8 with a triple entry-kill into the A-bombsite to cut the lead down to 5-3. Two rounds later, Lekr0 once again came up huge with another triple entry-kill into the A-bombsite to tie the game 5-5. With a tattered NiP economy, Lekr0 came out on top with a score of 9-6 going into the second. Lekr0 shifted his momentum into the second half enabling the retake on the B-bombsite with a triple kill to secure the second pistol round. Unfortunately, Lekr0 struggled to hold off the NiP offense, who reached map point before Fnatic won three in a row and forced overtime where he came up short of a Game 1 win 19-17. Feeling the effects of the overtime loss, Lekr0 couldn't come up with anything positive in Game 2 of Cache, besides his team-leading 17/15 KD and 79.5 ADR in the 16-4 loss.
Securing the 2-0 sweep
September 27, 2017
Lekr0 went 38/24 on Wednesday in a 2-0 sweep over mouz in ESL Pro League Season 6.
Lekr0 was along for the ride in a dominating first half on the defense of Train, posting a 14/9 KD and an 87.9 ADR. He was mostly on support in the first half on defense with continuous firm holds on both bombsites, only giving up one round in the first half. A 14-1 lead going into the second half was a massive lead for mouz to recover but Lekr0 made sure to end it quickly with two rounds to secure the 16-1 win. Game 2 of Cache was Lekr0's playground with a massive offensive first half to pick up the entries as well as the post-plant holds for a secure economy. His Round 5 quad kill on the A-bombsite set the tone early with a 4-0 lead early on, which led to the 12-3 score at the half. The second half was a bit slower on the defense but Lekr0 toughed it out for four rounds to secure Cache 16-10, posting a team-leading 24/15 KD and a 98.7 ADR.
Solid form on Day 1
September 1, 2017
Lekr0 earned a 27/17 KD with a Fnatic win over EnVyUs 16-13 on Day 1 of DreamHack Masters Malmo.
Lekr0 picked up a frag in the pistol round retake on the A-bombsite to help secure the round. After that, his defense started to break under pressure on the B-bombsite to give up three straight. However, his Round 5 win came from a double kill hold on the B-bombsite to secure the rounds and lessen the deficit to one round 3-2. Lekr0 then cut the deficit back down to two rounds in Round 10 with the winning frag in a 2-vs-1 on the B-bombsite 6-4. With the economy slim in Round 13, Lekr0 came up huge on the B-bombsite hold with a quad kill using a pistol to reset the economy nV. After the 9-6 deficit at the half, Lekr0 shut down the aggressive defense in Round 2 with a triple kill spray down the middle to secure the round. Lekr0 continued to play aggressive and rip apart the defense of nV to pick up three rounds to close the half 16-13.
Unable to find key kills in close loss
August 30, 2017
Lekr0 put together a KD of 23/21 in Fnatic's loss to Immortals on Day 1 of DreamHack Malmo.
While Lekr0 ended up with the second-most kills on his team in this game, he didn't manage to find the ones that he needed to bring this game back for his team. He picked up a kill in Round 8 to secure his team's second win, but then in the second half, he missed a key 1-vs-3 that could have swung things into Fnatic's favor. Without that round win, Fnatic went on to drop the map 16-14.
Comes up big in Game 2 to secure sweep
August 22, 2017
Lekr0 tallied a 43/32 KD in his team's win over BIG in the ESL Pro League on Tuesday.
Lekr0 may have taken a bit to get into a strong groove in this series, but once he did, he was electric. He was fairly consistent in the first half of the opening game, which allowed Fnatic to keep continuing right along to the easy win. Still, he didn't do anything overly impressive. That changed once things switched over to Cobblestone in Game 2 of the series. While Fnatic started to lose control of things in the game due to giving up far too many clutches to BIG, Lekr0 had a monster second half to push Fnatic ahead. He was picking up kills seemingly left and right to stop BIG and put them back on the track towards victory.
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