The new lineup
The new lineup

Team Fnatic has announced three new members of the team – Black^, chrissy and Net.

After the departure of three Malaysian players, the team brought in the German legend Dominik ‘Black^’ Reitmeier who used to play for four teams in this year alone. Considered as one of the best carries in the arena, he has been struggling to find a permanent home despite his reputation. This is his statement:

I’m very happy to be part of Fnatic, I’ve heard many good things about the organisation and I hope that we can have a long lasting and successful partnership. This is also my first time playing in south east asia, so I’m really looking forward to seeing which way this journey will go! Mushi and Ohayo have been good friends of mine for a long time, so that made the decision a lot easier when they approached me and asked to join the team. FIGHTING!!!!

Former RAVE member Djardel ‘chrissy’ Jicko b. Mampusti hails from the Philippines and many people likes to watch his matches because of his entertaining playing style (Solo Mid or Offlane). This is his statement after his latest inclusion in Team Fnatic:

Coming from Korea to the Philippines and then to Malaysia, I am no stranger to living abroad now. I think joining Fnatic is a very good opportunity for me to prove myself and I am extremely thankful I was given the chance to do so. Hopefully, I can represent Philippines on an international stage once again! #fnaticpinoypride

The new Malaysian player, Wai Pern ‘Net’ Lim is an old team mate of Mushi and a long time partner of Ohaiyo. He is hailed for his timing, patience in the battle, uncanny game-sense and predictor of opponent movements. This is what he felt about this new development:

I am very happy to join my friends again at Fnatic. I am sure with our line-up, we will conquer new territories and compete at a very high level. Fnatic is love, Fnatic is life.”

We do wonder if the new roster will click.

Source: Fnatic

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