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Fnatic move Doma to inactive roster

Fnatic move Doma to inactive roster

Naim "EnKay" Rosinski

12/14/2021, 8:34:19 PM


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After a rather disheartening quarterfinals finish in the recent VALORANT Champions tour, Fnatic have decided to move Domagoj “Doma” Fancev to their inactive roster. Doma is allowed to explore other options for the upcoming 2022 VALORANT Champions Tour season.

Fnatic drop Doma; to rework roster in 2022

Fnatic have spoken highly about Doma in their press release, but have a different view of how the team should look next season.

Doma has an extremely high mechanical ceiling and has proven his ability to perform at this highest level of play, however we envision a different look for the roster come 2022. This is the first of a variety of changes we will take in order to create a lineup that will see as much success as possible come next season.

Fnatic

Doma has also released a TwitLonger outlining his availability to play in both EU, as well as NA regions.

For my future though, I am now a restricted Free Agent open for trials in both EU and NA on these agents preferably but open to try something different: Raze, Sage, Kayo, Skye, Breach, Sova

I’m still as hungry as ever to chase the trophies and play on the big stage in 2022!

Doma

The 18-year-old was present on the Fnatic roster from the very beginning. Even more so, he was part of SUMN FC, an organization-less force to be reckoned with in Europe kickstarted by in-game leader, Jake “Boaster” Howlett. The team eventually got signed by Fnatic in early February.

As it stands, Fnatic are left with the following:

With Doma benched, Boaster and Mistic are the only players from the SUMN FC days remaining at Fnatic.

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12/14/2021

Naim "EnKay" Rosinski

An avid competitive FPS lover that started off with covering the Counter-Strike scene and now is bewitched by VALORANT. Covered IEM Katowice 2019 Major and Masters Berlin 2021 in-person and is now conducting interviews on the regular at the VALORANT Champions Tour online press room. If I'm not covering VALORANT news then I'm trying to stay alive in Diamond/Immortal lobbies with Omen. Twitter: @NaimRosinski Email: naim.rosinski@gmail.com