British esports organization Fnatic has announced a roster change for VALORANT by signing a contract with otom. The 20-year-old British esportsman is called upon to become a reserve player in case of unforeseen situations. The player himself will develop his skills in order to get a place in the starting lineup of the team in the future.
Given the unexpected events of the past few years and how unpredictable this season has been, we thought it would be wise to bring in a substitute to assist the team. Tom is a versatile player with crazy mechanics who is well versed in the game, making it easy to integrate him into our structure if needed. Given his experience with past teams, we are confident that he will be able to handle both the level of skill and pressure in official Fnatic games.
The last team in otom's career was Rix.GG Thunder, with whom the 20-year-old Brit took second place in epic.WAN 32. However, last summer the player left the team, from time to time playing for semi-professional teams.
Fnatic is currently playing in the VCT 2022: EMEA Stage 1 Challengers, where after two rounds played, it shares the first place with Guild Esports.
From now on, Fnatic's VALORANT roster looks like this:
- otom (reserve player).
- mini (coach).