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Fnatic VALORANT Squad Has Been Announced!

Fnatic, one of the world’s leading esports organizations based in London, announced on Twitter that it has entered the VALORANT stage.

Fnatic has recruited the SUMN FC roster, who have been on the VALORANT stage for a long time and had no organization. In fact, this explanation has long been “imagined” by the VALORANT community and it has always been a question why it did not come true. Because when SUMN FC was talking about itself in Europe, it was bothering the audience that they were still unorganized. Since Fnatic did not have a VALORANT roster, everyone was asking questions like “Why does not Fnatic add SUMN FC to the organization?”.

Fnatic VALORANT roster:

  • Jake ‘Boaster‘ Howlett
  • Domagoj ‘Doma‘ Fancev
  • James ‘Mistic‘ Orfila
  • Muhammad ‘Moe40‘ Hariff
  • Kostas ‘tsack‘ Theodoropoulos
  • Jacob ‘mini‘ Harris (Coach)

So why did Fnatic, one of the world’s most known esports organizations, incorporate a readymade roster instead of establishing its own. For the answer to this question, we need to look at SUMN FC’s VALORANT history.


SUMN FC may be the only team in the Valorant arena that has progressed without an organization for so long.

The team, which first showed itself in VALORANT tournaments organized by third party companies, soon became one of the most well-known teams in Europe. Before joining Fnatic, they participated in many tournaments and won a total of $27,337.

The most important one out of its performances was in the First Strike European Finals. They had already managed to make it to the main tournament from the first qualifiers. They also eliminated Purple Cobras and then FunPlus Phoenix in the main tournament and reached the grand final. In the grand final, Turkish Melih ‘pAura‘ Karaduran’s team lost to Team Heretics and finished in second place in the tournament. However, this was a huge success, as Europe’s top teams, G2 Esports and Team Liquid, had done what they couldn’t. After the First Strike European Finals, SUMN FC proved to be one of Europe’s best teams.

In addition, there was only one substitution in the team so far. Denis ‘dinkzj‘ Tkachev, who has been in the squad since the team’s establishment, left the team in September and Kostas ‘tsack‘ Theodoropoulos joined instead of him. Even this shows how stable they are. Each player developed together and secured their place at the top of the European team rankings. Finally, they joined Fnatic.

Unlike its biggest rival, G2 Esports, Fnatic has chosen to take more confident and firm steps for VALORANT. They have incorporated, in their own words, “Europe’s most wanted unorganized team”. This decision will benefit both sides, let’s see how they will perform in the matches ahead.

The first place where we can watch Fnatic will undoubtedly be VCT. Until then, we will continue to wait with curiosity.

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