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Moe benched as second change to Fnatic roster

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After the benching of Kostas "tsack" Theodoropoulos was revealed yesterday, Muhammad "Moe" Hariff has announced that he’s the second player to be removed from the active Fnatic lineup.

Moe has been primarily Fnatic’s Sova player since they were formed as SUMN FC way back in 2020, though, with their recent struggles, he’s begun to take up a duelist role. While his stats haven’t been awful lately, Fnatic’s results have, and it’s impossible to tell what really went wrong as none of their recent games have been streamed. With a 2-0 loss to Alliance putting them out of contention in Challengers 1, though, it’s just another in a long string of poor results that have left Fnatic completely out of the discussion for the best teams in Europe.

With tsack and Moe benched, the pressure is on. Fnatic need to fill out a roster worthy of the status of their organization, and they’ll have a week to do it. Challengers 2 kicks off in Europe on April 10th.

Fnatic are now:

Jake “Boaster” Howlett James “Mistic” Orfila Domagoj “Doma” Fancev

Kostas “tsack” Theodoropolous (Benched) Muhammad “Moe” Hariff (Benched)

Jacob “mini” Harris (Coach)


Wonder who are they gonna pick up
2021-04-03 18:06
Should deadass give Fizzy from FTW Esports a trial as senitel, despite being a turbo tryhard in ranked he's actually serious good as senitel and has insane gamesense
2021-04-03 20:07
while i think Moe isnt a bad payer hes very easy to upgrade, good aimers like him are easy to find, plenty of options in the market, Considering Fnatic spending power compared to smaller org they might even try and bully Acend out of their superstars if they really want to go all in
2021-04-04 11:02
n0thing | Anime4life
I respect it actually, fnatic might go for a super team.
2021-04-05 15:00

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