Fnatic have announced the signing of Harry ‘Harry’ Hesketh from Hashtag United. The 25-year-old joins the Swedish organisation after a four-and-a-half year stint at Hashtag. Harry joins his compatriot Donovan ‘Tekkz’ Hunt at Fnatic. Since the FIFA 20 competitive season has been curtailed by the ongoing pandemic, Fnatic have signed the Englishman keeping FIFA 21 in mind, according to Fnatic Senior Team Director Colin Johnson.

Harry was the first esports athlete to sign for Hashtag United, which was also his first step into the professional world. The 25-year-old has been with Hashtag throughout his professional FIFA career but has decided to bid adieu to his ‘family’ to compete alongside Tekkz at Fnatic.

Colin Johnson issued a statement through his official account on popular social media platform Twitter as Fnatic announced the arrival of Harry Hesketh through a brilliant video.

Has been a productive summer. The dream team has finally been realized, so hyped to be working with @HashtagHarry__ & can’t wait for FIFA 21 to get here! Cheers to @SpencerOwen/@hashtagutd for being so easy to work with in this process, I promise we will take good care of him!!

@Cojopm on Twitter

The ‘dream team’, as Colin said, has been assembled for Fnatic. Tekkz is already regarded as one of the best FIFA players of recent times and is currently clear on top of the Xbox rankings with 5570 points. Harry though, has been having some season since his switch to the PS4 console, with the 25-year-old currently 8th on the table with 2395 points to his name.

FIFA fans worldwide will be excited to see just how successful the duo of Tekkz and Harry can be wearing the Fnatic colours.