DOTA 2: Fnatic Puts Moon In Their Inactive Roster

Fnatic will be exercising their options to prepare for The International 10 (TI10) qualifiers after they announced yesterday that their resident mid-laner Kam “Moon” Boon Seng will be moved to their inactive roster.

Fnatic’s Announcement About Moon

The move was announced on the team’s official Twitter account.

As per the tweet, the team pointed out that they will allow Moon to ‘explore his options and pursue new opportunities.’ This may pertain to Moon possibly moving to another team, or he might also opt to retire and just pursue online streaming.

Fnatic’s New Mid-Laner?

With the move now being official, Fnatic is left without a mid-laner.

Although one option could be their new acquisition Ng “ChYuan” Kee Chyuan who just joined the team last April. He may be playing as an off laner for the team, but he was also known to be a mid-laner throughout his career.

Still, whether it would be ChYuan or an entirely new player, Fnatic further exercises all of their possible options to qualify for TI10. The team entered the Playoffs stage of the ONE Esports Singapore Major last March but eventually lost in the early stages after two straight losses. Fnatic also did not make the cut in the ongoing WePlay AniMajor after they lost to Execration.

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