Esports club Dignitas, which currently has Patrick 'f0rest' Lindbergh on his Twitter account, announced f0rest's appearance in Netflix's Not a Game. The film will tell about difficult situations in the relationship between e-sportsmen and their parents.
The movie Not a Game will be released on March 31st. At the beginning of his professional gaming career, Patrick Lindbergh repeatedly faced misunderstandings from his family and friends. This was facilitated by regular absences from school to play Counter-Strike.
F0rest's career is considered one of the most distinguished and longest in CS: GO history. The Swede started playing Counter-Strike professionally in 2003 and continues to do so to this day. During his career, he managed to earn over $ 720,000 in prize money. In 2013, Patrick became the champion of the ESL One Cologne 2013 Major tournament, playing under the NiP tag, and at the beginning of 2014 he was put on the 2nd place in the list of the best CS: GO players of 2013. By the way, he lost the championship to his teammate Christopher 'GeT_RiGhT' Alesund.