The roster of Fnatic needs little introduction to anyone familiar with the competitive Rainbow Six scene. Having recently decided to move to Japan from Australia in search for greater opportunities and competition, its addition to the APAC North Division is certainly about to add another layer of competitiveness to the league.
Its current roster was only formed at the start of this year, but has already achieved impressive results, having defeated G2 Esports and Team Empire at the Six Invitational on course to a joint-fifth placed finish. Not only that, it finished Season 11 of the Pro League on top to add to its list of plaudits in the APAC region and beyond.
The roster’s greatest quality is perhaps its ability to bounce back as it did after its Season 10 APAC Finals loss and its ability to make the most out of limited opportunities. Now, able to play the best in APAC every week, one can only imagine the heights to which this roster will climb.