The Fnatic organization has one of the more skilled rosters on the Valorant scene – not only in EMEA, but also globally. Let's take a look at who they are!
Fnatic is one of the most popular organizations in the world and also has quite a roster for Valorant. Let's see who currently represents the black and orange colors in Riot Games' tactical shooter!
Fnatic Valorant Roster
|Jake Howlett||Boaster||Player / IGL||03.02.2021|
|Emir Ali Beder||Alfajer||Player||09.05.2022|
|Jacob Harris||mini||Head Coach||08.02.2021|
|Marcus Askildsen||marcus_askildsen||Performance Coach||01.09.2021|
|Aleksey Lynksov||sIK||Assistant Coach||09.08.2022|
2022 was a time when Fnatic really shined, although they were forced to make some uncomfortable roster changes, and replacing two players with Enzo and Alfajer.
Among their most outstanding achievements, we can count 4th place at VCT Copenhagen and winning the VCT EMEA Stage 2 Challengers. This is definitely one of the most consistent Valorant rosters out there, and on top of that, they feature a nice personality:
Time for a swim @OfficialBoaster | #VALORANTChampions pic.twitter.com/eVxPeiRC8j— VALORANT Champions Tour (@ValorantEsports) September 8, 2022
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