Devilwalk

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Player Information
Name:
Jonatan Lundberg
Birth:
April 7, 1991 (1991-04-07) (age 27)
Country:
Status:
Years Active (Player):
2012 – 2018
Role:
Approx. Total Winnings:
$34,652
Links
History
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
2012-10-08 – 2012-10-28
2012-10-28 – 2012-12-19
2013-03-13 – 2013-07-23
2013-08-06 – 2014-06-30
2014-06-30 – 2015-05-31
Fnatic (Coach)
2015-05-31 – 2015-07-09
2015-07-09 – 2015-07-28
2015-07-28 – 2015-09-21
2015-09-21 – 2015-11-04
2016-01-?? – 2016-02-??
2016-06-21 – 2016-08-25
OpTic Gaming (Coach)
2017-??-?? – 2017-??-??
2017-09-27 – 2017-10-18
2018-05-09 – 2018-07-09
2018-07-09 – Present

Jonatan "Devilwalk" Lundberg (born April 7, 1991) is a Swedish retired Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player and former Counter-Strike 1.6 player, who currently coaches Chaos Esports Club. He was most notable for his time playing on Fnatic as a support, later becoming the coach after Freddy "KRIMZ" Johansson replaced him.

Professional Career[edit]

Jonatan (known in-game as Devilwalk) was originally a semi-pro in Counter-Strike 1.6. He was then discovered in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive alongside Robin "flusha" Rönnquist and Andreas "schneider" Lindberg under the name of SY_b (later becoming Western Wolves). He worked in a factory as a cleaner, but he quit playing in 2012. It was until March of 2013 that his mother's boyfriend's son told Devilwalk that his friend, Jesper "JW" Wecksell was looking for him. JW offered Devilwalk to join Epsilon eSports along with Andre "berg" Kjellberg and attend Copenhagen Games 2013, also reuniting with flusha and schneider[1]. Devilwalk & co. first broke through as a team at the tournament where they were able to upset Natus Vincere and the 'Golden Five' under ESC Gaming before falling to VeryGames in 9th-12th place. Epsilon as a team would continue to excel despite losing berg, at DreamHack Summer 2013 where they would fall to Swedish rivals, Ninjas in Pyjamas. It was soon after that the players would leave Epsilon eSports and join Fnatic along with ex-Fnatic player Andreas "MODDII" Fridh.

Fnatic was not that successful at the beginning, mainly due to not having an in-game leader which saw MODDII, flusha and even Devilwalk take the reigns at certain tournaments. It was after a streak of failures that they gave MODDII his marching orders and acquired Markus "pronax" Wallsten as their in-game leader to help mould the upcomers into title contenders. They would do just that after winning the CS:GO Major DreamHack Winter 2013 but they would not win anything big after. It was after a while that Devilwalk had stepped down from the team and became Fnatic's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive coach and manager while Olof "olofmeister" Kajbjer and Freddy "KRIMZ" Johansson would join to replace him and schneider whom was kicked. After his very notable coaching stint, he would leave Fnatic and rejoin schneider on 1337 but both players would be kicked shortly after.

Devilwalk made the move to North America, to play for Luminosity Gaming also containing countryman, Jacob "pyth" Mourujärvi. Luminosity later picked up ex-Keyd Stars, causing Luminosity to drop their North American squad. The core of players stuck together and played under name of Mythic, only replacing Peter "ptr" Gurney for French-American player David "Xp3" Garrido. Mythic was later signed by Winterfox but Devilwalk and pyth didn't stay for long and left to return back to Sweden. In early 2016, Devilwalk had joined Team Ancient alongside pronax and schneider in hopes they could be the next big Swedish team due to the core being former Fnatic players. This did not last long as Devilwalk 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[2]. Jonas "Lekr0" Olofsson would join Team Ancient replacing him.

It was in June of 2016, he would return to the game and to North America as a coach for OpTic Gaming, though this opportunity did not last for much longer than 2 months. This happened 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 unofficially 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 star AWPer, William "draken" Sundin to Ninjas in Pyjamas, and losing their Norweigan player Karl-William "kalle" Haraldsen at a later time. It was unknown when Devilwalk had left Epsilon.

On the 27th of September 2017, Devilwalk had decided to make his return as a player, through joining the up and coming passions team featuring Hampus "hampus" Poser and Ludvig "Brollan" Brolin who both later moved to GODSENT. He later went inactive again before forming a new international team mostly comprising of Swedish players called MAGICIANS which featured the likes of Kamil "kamil" Kamiński from Poland, and British player Shane "shaney" Smith. The team would not stick together for long as they ended up disbanding.

On the 9th of July 2018, Devilwalk would once again reunite with pronax on Chaos (formerly known as Digital Chaos) as the coach once again for the 60% ex-Japaleno lineup.

Gear and Settings[edit]

Mouse settings [3] (list of)
Mouse Effective DPI cm/360 in/360 DPI In-game sens. Windows sens. Raw input?
ZOWIE GEAR EC1 eVo 1000 41.6 16.4 500 2 6/11 On
No date of last update specified!
Crosshair settings (list of)
Style Size Thickness Sniper Gap Outline Dot Color Alpha
4 2 0.6 1 -2 No No (0) Green (1) 255
No date of last update specified!
Click "Expand" for a code to copy and paste into your console.
cl_crosshairalpha 255; cl_crosshaircolor 1; cl_crosshairdot 0; cl_crosshairgap -2; cl_crosshairsize 2; cl_crosshairstyle 4; cl_crosshairusealpha 1; cl_crosshairthickness 0.6; cl_crosshair_sniper_width 1; cl_crosshair_drawoutline 0;

Achievements[edit]

Trivia[edit]

Media[edit]

Highlights[edit]

HLTV Highlights[edit]

2013-11-30 - HLTV.org highlights Devilwalk vs Na`Vi
2013-09-18 - HLTV.org highlights Devilwalk vs Lemondogs

Interviews[edit]

2014[edit]

2013[edit]

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