Fnatic completes its 2023 roster with Chronicle

Selected for the EMEA League of the VCT2023, Fnatic has chosen to rebuild its roster. Recently, the organization signed Leo. Today, it unveils a fifth player, who is none other than Chronicle, ex-Gambit Esports and M3 Champions. Next year, he will also be playing alongside Boaster, Alfajer and Derke.

Like all the teams selected for the VCT 2023, Fnatic is looking to build the strongest possible roster to dominate the circuit. While some structures have decided to almost completely overhaul their roster, like Sentinels, others, such as Fnatic, keep some of their former players.

Boaster, Derke and Alfajer will therefore continue to wear the orange and black colours of the organisation loud and clear. They have recently been joined by Leo, a former Guild Esports player. A fifth member was announced today. To complete its team, Fnatic has turned to Chronicle, player who played in the at Gambit Esports, then M3C in recent years.

Together with his former teammates, he quickly became one of the best players in the world in the first edition of the Valorant Champions, and even reached the Grand Final against Acend. At the time, he came out of the match with a very good KDA of 81/67/20.

The year 2022 was more complicated for Chronicle. With the onset of the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, Gambit Esports found itself in a difficult position, the team was offered the opportunity to play as an independent team. However, under the M3 Champions banner, Chronicle and his team still made it to the EMEA Last Chance Qualifier. They narrowly missed out on a second Valorant Champions, due to their defeat in the LCQ final.

With this player used to competing at the highest level, Fnatic has a formidable asset. Recently specialised on Chamber, he may have to share his Heart Agent with Derke, or maybe to find another role within the new team.