Fnatic have announced that Ludvig “Brollan” Brolin has extended his contract with the Swedish Organization until 2024.
The 18-year-old Swedish Prodigy has signed a 3 year-contract with Fnatic, keeping him glued to the team until 2024. Brollan had joined the forces of Maikil ‘Golden’ Selim led the side in October 2018 and since then has played a phenomenal role in the team. Having entered the professional scene back in 2017 and prior to joining Fnatic, he started to play competitive Counter Strike with Team Passions before joining Godsent. After a six-month stint with the latter, he joined Red Reserve from where he got the ultimate break-through of his career.
Soon after signing up for Fnatic, he steered the latter to championships at the PGL Grand Slam 2018 followed by the triumph at DH Masters in Malmo, 2019. During the online era in 2020 (Note: LAN Events in 2020 were called off due to the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic) Fnatic sent Mousesports packing in the grand finale ESL Pro League S11: Europe, where Brollan was adjudged as the MVP at the same.
Following Fnatic’s recent showings at the IEM Katowice Play-in followed by the failure at the DH Masters Spring 2021 Open Qualifier, the Swedish side will be looking to bounce back at the upcoming ESL Pro League S13 where they would be facing Team Liquid in their opener on March 25.
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