At the same time, Fnatic welcomes two new players to the team. The first one is Moon who played for Mineski at TI9 where they fell to Team Secret second round of the Lower Bracket. In Fnatic he will now fill "the gap left by Abed." Meanwhile Anucha 'Jabz' Jirawong will rotate to position 5 again. The position of the carry will be taken by Nuengnara '23savage' Teeramahanon, a 17-year-old prodigy from Thailand.
🚨 FNATIC DOTA DPC 2019-2020 TEAM 🚨— FNATIC (@FNATIC) September 4, 2019
Welcome to @23savageDotA and @moon_dota, the new core of our Dota 2 roster!
#1: @23savageDotA 🇹🇭
#2: @moon_dota 🇲🇾
#3: @iceiceicedota 🇸🇬
#4: @DjardelJicko 🇵🇭
#5: @Jabzdota 🇹🇭
FULL ANNOUNCEMENT 📰 https://t.co/cUAjVYgGgl pic.twitter.com/PiIEeIT6Yq
The youngster earned himself some reputation in the The International 2019: Southeast Asia Qualifiers with Team Jinesbrus. The squad showed a dominant performance but conceded a bitter 2-3 loss to Mineski. They were only one map away from qualifying for TI9. In Fnatic 23savage could now begin to shine. Some people claim that he is to become the next Michał 'Nisha' Jankowski.
The new Fnatic roster for DPC season 2019/20
- Nuengnara '23savage' Teeramahanon
- Kam 'Moonn' Boon Seng
- Daryl Koh 'iceiceice' Pei Xiang
- Djardel 'DJ' Mampusti
- Anucha 'Jabz' Jirawong
What do you think about the new Fnatic line-up?
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