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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Olofmeister says he's making progress with his injury

The world's best Counter-Strike player is still recovering, however.

It's been close to two months since a wrist injury forced Fnatic player Olof "olofmeister" Kajber to take a break from Counter-Strike. Olofmeister was universally regarded as the world's best CS:GO player at the time where he announced his injury, so he has been sorely missed from the scene.

There's good news if you're a fan of olofmeister or his team. Over the weekend, the player took to Twitter to give an update on his recovery:

"And for u guys wondering about my injury, im making progress but im still not 100%," olofmeister writes.

Olofmeister's injury has had a significant impact on his team, Fnatic. Previously ranked 1 in the world, the team has difficulties in his absence. The team has been playing with John "wenton" Erickson as a stand-in lately, and brought on Niclas "PlesseN" Plessen before that.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Olofmeister says he's making progress with his injury, but isn't fully recovered yet. // Photo: Helena Kristiansson, ESL