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MAGNUM leaves Fnatic and joins KOI

The English organisation Fnatic has just announced that one of its longest serving players, MAGNUMis leaving the team. He will now play for KOI in the Spanish regional league.

MAGNUM q joined Fnatic in April 2021 along with Derke, to replace Tsack and Moe who had just been benched. With his new team, the Czech player has won the Challengers 2 of phase 2 and then ranked second at Masters 2 Reykjavik in 2021, after losing to Sentinels.

Afterwards, MAGNUM and his teammates continued to perform well, qualifying for the Valorant Champions, where they made a top 5-8.

For the new 2022 season, Fnatic has received a direct invitation to the group stage of the Challengers 1 EMEA. After largely dominating Group B, they ended the competition with a top 3 and thus secured their place in the Masters 1 Reykjavik 2022. Unfortunately, the team did not manage to get through the group stages and finished on a top 11-12 after being successively beaten by Ninjas in Pyjamas and ZETA DIVISION.

After returning from Iceland, Fnatic made the decision to part with braveaf and put MAGNUM on the bench. They were quickly replaced by Enzo and Alfajer.

A month later, MAGNUM was also released, despite having renewed his contract with the English structure until 2024.

The Czech player joins the Spanish team KOI. He is leaving the VCT, as his new structure evolves in the Valorant Regional Leagues Spain. We wish him good luck for the future.

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