FNATIC FNATIC Europe Rank #2 have acquired Enzo "Enzo" Mestari on loan from Alliance Alliance Europe Rank #191 . Fearoth will play for Andrew "braveaf" Gorchakov in Masters Reykjavik following visa issues.
Besides travel-related issues, which Fnatic cited as the main driving factor behind this temporary change, braveaf is also under suspension. The player was suspended and placed under investigation yesterday due to the surfacing of controversial screenshots were he discussed the escalating Russian-Ukrainian tensions. However, Fnatic were already aware to the fact that braveaf would be unable due to attend Masters due to "circumstances involving international flight from Russia."
Today, Fnatic revealed Fearoth would be joining the team on loan from Alliance for Masters Reykjavik. Despite exiting the Northern Europe regional league in fourth, Fearoth was one of the tournament's best Sova players, a role typically filled by braveaf on Fnatic.
Agent pool incompatibilities justified this loan over bringing in substitute player Tom "otom" Hart. According to Fnatic's announcement, someone who could provide strong recon capabilities and become a backbone for the roster was needed, two requirements which didn't align with otom.