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doma was one of Fnatic's most tenured members, having played his first official with the squad on October 24, back when they were SUMN FC SUMN FC Inactive . Fnatic removed two players after an unsuccessful Stage 1 campaign, but kept doma.
Fnatic's refreshed roster showed much better results in Stage 2 and, at just 17 years-old, doma placed second in Masters Reykjavik, Riot's first international Valorant tournament, after losing to Sentinels 3-0 in the grand final. The Croatian player and his team later missed Masters Berlin.
Fnatic placed in the top eight of Valorant Champions to close out their year. They bested Vision Strikers Vision Strikers Inactive and Cloud9 Cloud9 North America Rank #4 to make it out their group in first place. Their Champions run ended in the quarterfinals, defeated 2-1 by KRÜ Esports KRÜ Esports Latin America South Rank #1 .
In their official announcement, the English organization stated this is the first of several changes they have planned for a successful 2022 roster.