However, their winning condition could change with iceiceice taking a break:
We have been invited to the @ESLDota2 #ESLOne Thailand 🇹🇭— FNATIC (@FNATIC) August 12, 2020
However, we will be playing without @iceiceicedota as takes a break until the restart of the DPC. Filling our offlane role for this tournament will be @DotaFoREv.
🔊 Let's play some Dota! pic.twitter.com/Arnm1K1BJy
He will be replaced by the Korean offlaner Sang-Don 'FoREv' Lee who just recently left T1. So far it seems Forev will be only standing in for ESL One Thailand 2020: Asia.
But with iceiceice taking a longer break up until the next season - which was planned to start on October 5 - it wouldn't be a surprise to see Forev also competing at more tournaments for his stand-in squad.
Photo credit: ESL - Adela Sznajder