fnatic reinforces coaching staff

British esports club fnatic has announced an addition to its Counter-Strike 2 roster: Miks "Independent" Siliņš has joined the team as an assistant coach.

Previously, the Latvian worked with Guild, The Prodigies, Wolsung and other rosters. Jamie "keita" Hall has been fnatic's head coach for over two and a half years now.

Note that on May 14, Benjamin "blameF" Bremer joined fnatic's CS2 roster – he replaced Can "kyuubii" Ali, whom the club had put up for transfer.

fnatic will play the upcoming matches at the online tournament CCT Global Finals 2024 – the team will kick off their journey at the event in the same group with ENCE, Gaimin Gladiators and GamerLegion.

 fnatic are now:

 Freddy "KRIMZ" Johansson
 Aurélien "afro⁠" Drapier
 Alexandre "bodyy" Pianaro
 Матуш "MATYS" Шимко
 Беньямин "blameF" Бремер

 Jamie "keita" Hall (coach)
 Miks "Independent" Siliņš (assistant coach)

Origin: twitter.com