Enzo Will Represent France With FNATIC At Valorant Champions
From the HypHypHyp roster to the Fnatic team, Enzo, also known as Fearoth, will soon be competing in Valorant Champions, the most prestigious tournament on the circuit. Only French representative of the competition, he will play his first match against 100Thieves.
Like many pro players on Valorant, Enzo Mestari initially played on Counter-Strike. As soon as the beta of Valorant was released, he immediately decided to take the plunge and threw himself wholeheartedly into the competition.
He started his adventure alongside some well-known people, namely Hyp and Crea^ in Team Hyp renamed HypHypHyp. With it, he finished second in the the Mandatory Cup. The three companions were subsequently recruited by the prestigious Ninjas In Pyjamas structure.
After his time at NiP, Enzo set up his own team to continue on the competitive scene. In a nod to his first roster, he decided to name his team FeaFeaFea. The latter has shone on several occasions, winning the Valorant Cup during the Occitanie Esports in 2020, followed by the Grand Festival Gaming: Invitational in the same year.
His individual performance opened the door to a new organisation, asEnzo was spotted by the Alliance structure. During this period, the French player made his first steps in the Valorant Champions Tour. With his team, he reached the 1/4th position of the Challengers 2 of phase 1. He also won the Finest Invitational and finished second in the Valorant Open Tour France 2021.
His rise did not stop there, quite the contrary. During the first VCT 2022 Masters, Fnatic was forced to replace one of its players; the structure then turned to Enzo. Following this tournament, he left Alliance, before finally joining Fnatic for good. This new roster dominated the Challengers 2 EMEA, and thus qualified for the playoffs of the Copenhagen Masters 2.
After a win against FunPlus Phoenix, Enzo and his teammates lost against Paper Rex. In the lower bracket, they met the players from Leviatan. During this match, the French player achieved an incredible clutch, allowing his team to maintain its position in the tournament, and to make even more of a splash. In the end, Fnatic finished in fourth place.
He started at the bottom and is now at the top, Enzo, the secondary In-Game Leader of the giant Fnatic, will represent France at Valorant Champions! To follow his first match, go to VALORANT's Twitch channel, Friday 2nd September from 5pm CEST.