Being successful is a crucial thing for a big team such as Fnatic, and when rosters aren’t able to achieve that, alterations are inevitable. Under the recent circumstances, Fnatic decided to bench Moe and tsack from its active Valorant squad.
We usually see teams unveil roster news through their social media channels, but this time, players made it public without any word from the Fnatic side. Both players had been playing together since last August.
The first statement came from tsack on April 2. “Benched from the active roster, after all those bad results something had to change. I wish the best to the boys more news to come! Daddy out for now,” he said.
A day after, his colleague Moe announced that he joined the party. “I have been benched from the Fnatic roster and am allowed to explore other options. I remain highly motivated and am confident in my ability to perform at the highest level.”
Fnatic entered the Valorant scene quite late in February, acquiring SUMN FC’s roster right before the start of Valorant Champions Tour Stage 1. SUMN FC was one of the best rosters in Europe that was established by players gathering together. Since they didn’t have an organization behind them, the players happily joined Fnatic; however, the team couldn’t achieve Stage 1: Masters 1 and failed to qualify for Stage 2: Challengers 1 in the open qualifier.
These are the first changes within the old SUMN FC roster since it was built up. Without any further details about incoming players, Fnatic Valorant currentlyfeatures three players and a coach:
- Jake “Boaster” Howlett
- Domagoj “Doma” Fancev
- James “Mistic” Orfila
- Jacob “mini” Harris (coach)