Fnatic have filled out their Valorant roster, signing both Enzo and Alfajer to full-time contracts.
The 16-year-old Ali ‘Alfajer’ Beder signs after leaving his former team, Surreal Esports.
He’ll be making his VCT Challengers debut in Stage 2 with the team.
Previously he had only taken part in Tier 2 action in Turkey but he’s shown lots of promise.
Enzo ‘Enzo’ Mestari stood in for the team at the Masters event in Reykjavik in April.
He’s now been brought back into the team for a permanent role.
Originally, Enzo had to jump into the team after Andrey “BraveAF” Gorchakov left the team just before the Masters event.
Fnatic suspended him for comments that he made in relation to the tensions between Russia and Ukraine.
Nikita “Derke” Sirmitev also missed out on competing in Iceland due to testing positive for Covid-19, but he will remain in the squad.
Enzo comes in to replace Martin “Magnum” Penkov, who’s poor form in Iceland has seen him move to a bench role.
The team were swiftly eliminated from Reykjavik’s Masters event, leading to the team making these changes.
They lost in sweeps against ZETA Division and Ninjas in Pyjamas.
Fnatic will hope that the changes will result in a upturn in form.
The squad had gone undefeated in pool play during Stage 1. They’ve not won a series since.
They’ll start out their Stage 2 campaign with a matchup against FunPlus Phoenix this weekend.
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