British esports organization Fnatic has decided to say goodbye to a member of the VALORANT coaching staff. The team announced their separation from Anderzz, who has served as the team's strategic coach for the past four months.
His tactics have undoubtedly helped pave the way for VALORANT Champions 2021 earlier this month, and we will always be grateful for his influence and contributions during these early stages of our journey. However, we believe that Anderzz has outgrown their role here at Fnatic. His potential as a head coach is enormous, and anyone looking to catch him will have a thorough understanding of the rules of the game and a strategic advantage to look out for on the VCT roadmap.
The 29-year-old American joined Fnatic in August 2021, having previously worked for seven months as a head coach for the VIRTUOSO team. Together with Fnatic, the specialist reached the LVP semifinals - Rising Series # 3, and also reached the playoffs of Red Bull Home Ground # 2 and VALORANT Champions 2021.
However, such results did not suit the organization, which started the reshuffle. In particular, the starting lineup of the team left Doma, which has played for Fnatic since its formation in February 2021.
From now on, Fnatic's roster looks like this:
- mini (head coach).