Flusha Convicted Of Tax Evasion In CS:GO Winnings

A Swedish CS:GO professional player Robin “Flusha” Rönnquist was convicted of tax evasion. He has been sentenced with 120 hours of community service. He nearly avoided imprisonment of four months.

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Swedish law states that money won from any eSports event is declared as income and is subjected to income tax. Flusha failed to report over $100,000 USD of earnings from 2015.

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Flusha has been forced to pay back the missing tax as well as a 40% surcharge which equals to $23,300 USD. He must also pay $100 USD to the swedish crime victims fund. Flusha said that this was not done on purpose and there was no malicious intent in the matter. This will be a great example of aspiring pro gamers out there to be mindful of their finances and pay taxes diligently.

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