fnatic have announced that they have signed dennis from G2 for an undisclosed fee following recent poor form only managing 5th-8th at the last Major.
pronax will be the man dennis is replacing who is taking a break from gaming while he reevaluates his options. Flusha will be taking over fnatics calling role, a job he has been doing for a few weeks now.
“It is with a tear in my eye that we announce that Markus will no longer be playing in the team,” Jesper “JW” Wecksell said in a statement.
“We have shared so much together; winning three majors, winning multiple tournaments and maybe more importantly, we have had thousands of hours of fun together.
“As you the fans probably know, we have been going through a rough time lately and Markus wanted to try out new things in 2016 and walk a different road than the team.
“We respect his decision, but we also came to the conclusion that it is meaningless trying to repair our in-game struggles when we are not committing together for the upcoming year.
“But now! It is with pleasure that I welcome our new player dennis, that we all pretty quickly agreed would be the last piece of the puzzle in our lineup for 2016.
“We are really confident with this lineup, flusha will take over the in-game leading role and we are ready to really really work hard again to be back at the top.”
According to a statement issued by G2, dennis asked to be allowed to join fnatic. This is what dennis himself had to say:
“I feel honoured to have been given this opportunity,” he told fnatic’s website. “I understand if some of my fans might think this is a selfish decision, when we’ve just started to achieve good results with Gamers2.
“However, playing with this lineup has always been the dream for me.
“It’s really a dream come true, and I am more ready than ever to put in as much time as possible to bring this lineup back to the top where it belongs!”