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FNATIC dropped Moe from their Valorant Roster

The Fnatic Valorant roster finally drops Muhammad ‘Moe’ Hariff after their Stage 2 Challenger 1 exit earlier this month. 

The roster had been seen performing very poorly in their recent matches including their last match played against Alliance in an 0-2 defeat where only the team captain Jake ‘Boaster’ Howlett managed to have a positive K/D ratio across two maps. 

Moe tweeted that he had been benched from the Fnatic roster on 4th April and later announced his departure from the team stating that he is a free agent and he wishes good luck to his former team. 

https://twitter.com/Moe40/status/1379882637775536130

Fnatic Team Director Colin ‘CoJo’ Johnson said “We came into Valorant with the ambition to be the best and despite immense work from all players and our performance team, we haven’t met our goals so we’ll spend the next week assessing how to move on from here,”

The roster of Boaster, tsack, Doma, Mistic, and Moe went by SUMN FC was picked up by the Fnatic org and the team did not perform up to their expectations and now the organization is planning to make some changes to the lineup in hopes of qualifying for Stage 2 Masters that will take place in Reykjavík, Iceland starting May 24.

Fnatic Current Roster:

PlayerRole
Jake ‘Boaster’ Howlett   Captain
Domagoj ‘Doma’ Fance   Entry
James ‘Mistic’ Orfila   Controller

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Kanishka Thakur
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Kanishka has been writing for TalkEsport for the past six years—specializing in news and guides for various games. Apart from being passionate about writing and gaming, he is also a professional actor.
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