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Fnatic signs Rocket League team

Fnatic signed a Rocket League team

Fnatic entered professional Rocket League with the acquisition of Nicolai “Maestro” Bang, Alexander “Sikii” Karelin and Nicolai “Snaski” Andersen, the organization announced Friday.

“I’m ecstatic that we’ve decided to move into Rocket League and I’m even more excited about the group of guys we’ve signed,” the team’s manager, Colin “CoJo” Johnson, said in a statement.

The players were formerly known as Leftovers and competed Rocket League Championship Series Season 4 play-in, and qualified for the European Rocket League Rival Series. With an undefeated record, Fnatic has already qualified for the promotion playoffs for a chance to qualify for Season 5 of the RLCS.

“They’re extremely motivated, talented players and I’m confident we can achieve some great things in the months to come,” CoJo said.


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