Fnatic add kamyk as 6th player, slk as asistant coach to 2023 VCT roster
Fnatic reinforce its 2023 roster with 2 new additions
Fnatic's newest member of the team, Maks "kamyk" Rychlewski, is a 19-year-old young Polish talent who has previously played for teams such as Movistar Riders, Anonymo Esports, and Rebels Esports. Most recently, he had a short 1-month stint with UCAM Esports. Before joining Fnatic as the 6th player, the Pole was on the bench for UCAM esports for the last 3 months.
The team also welcomes Alexey "slk" Lunskov, who was temporarily on the team as an Assistant Coach for the VALORANT Champions 2022 event alongside Fnatic's head coach Jacob "mini" Harris. The 28-year-old Russian most recently worked was the head coach at KPI Gaming.
Fnatic, who finished 5-6th at VALORANT Champions 2022, parted ways with Enzo "Enzo" Mestari and James "Mistic" Orfila after the tournament and completed the 5-man 2023 roster by signing Leo "Leo" Jannesson and then Timofey "Chronicle" Khromov.
Fnatic's revamped 2023 roster will make its debut in the VCT 2023 - LOCK//IN, which kicks off on February 13.
So far, Fnatic's VCT 2023 team is composed of:Jake "Boaster" HowlettNikita "Derke" SirmitevEmir "Alfajer" Ali BederLeo "Leo" JannessonTimofey "Chronicle" KhromovMaks "kamyk" Rychlewski (6th and Substitute) Jacob "mini" Harris (Head Coach) Alexey "slk" Lunskov (Asisstant Coach) Marcus "marcus_askildsen" Askildsen (Performance Coach)
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