Jackinho left fnatic

British esports organization fnatic has announced changes in its CS: GO roster. The organization has decided to part ways with Jackinho, who has been on the bench for the past month and a half. fnatic thanked the player for his efforts and wished him luck in his future career.

Jackinho joined fnatic in early 2021 when the team was going through tough times. At the same time, the debut for the young sniper turned out to be truly impressive, since the Swedish team took second place in cs_summit 7. However, further fnatic's results went downhill, while Jackinho himself did not take the lead inside the game. As a result, the team limited itself to getting into the TOP-4 at Snow Sweet Snow # 3 and Snow Sweet Snow # 3, thereby fueling talk about a lineup change.

The starting point for Jackinho's departure was the failure in Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Fall: Europe, which resulted in the team taking the last place without winning any of the five matches. As a result, the 22-year-old Swedish player was sent to the bench, while Briton smooya was invited to take his place.

Together with the new sniper, fnatic quickly met their expectations, winning DreamHack Open November 2021 and REPUBLEAGUE Season 2, along the way returning to the TOP-30 of the world rating.

From now on, fnatic's roster looks like this: