After getting announced as one of the partnered teams with Valorant for VCT 2023, Fnatic is taking no time to make changes to its roster. First they benched Mistic, who was one of the oldest players on the roster and now they have released another player.
French player, Enzo, took to this Twitter to announce that the team has allowed him to look for options for next year. Let’s have a look at it in more detail.
Roster Update: Fnatic Enzo Open For New Offers From Valorant Teams
Enzo took to this Twitter and announced that he is now open for new offers. He wrote, “Fnatic has decided to let me explore my options in 2023. I am open to offers and looking to represent a VCT partnered organisation.
My ambition is to lift trophies and I will work relentlessly for it”.
Fnatic has decided to let me explore my options in 2023. I am open to offers and looking to represent a VCT partnered organisation.
My ambition is to lift trophies and I will work relentlessly for it 🏆
Feel free to contact @Jerome_Coupez #alwaysfnatic pic.twitter.com/pSgnNJsD7D
— FNATIC Enzo (@FearothVAL) September 22, 2022
He concluded by tagging Jermoe Coupez and wrote ‘Feel free to contact” .
Enzo joined the team in May and featured in two tournaments which were VCT Masters Copenhagen and Champions which was held in Istanbul. His performance at Istanbul were not very impressive and this might be one of the reasons why he is now released from the active roster.
Now Fnatic are left with three players; Boaster, Derke, and Alfajer. It’ll be interesting to see who they sign next for VCT 2023. Notably, players from G2 and FunPlus Phoenix are also available as the two didn’t receive the Valorant partnership for 2023.
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Fnatic In 2023
VCT Partnership: Secured ✅
VCT Domination: Incoming ⚡️
FNATIC x VCT EMEA.
Thank you @ValorantEsports for believing in us and thank you to our fans for always supporting us.#ALWAYSFNATIC pic.twitter.com/jvzEVIY705
— FNATIC (@FNATIC) September 21, 2022
Fnatic will be playing the official tournaments in 2023 as they are one of the 30-partenered teams. The first tournament will kick off in Brazil from February 2023 and Fnatic will be a part of it.
It’ll be interesting to see who the remaining two players will be representing the European team.
Fnatic finished 5th-6th at Valorant Champions. However, the expectations were much much higher than this as they lost against DRX in the lower bracket to end their run.
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