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CoD: Fnatic to Part Ways with Roster.

The Call of Duty Infinite Warfare season has been an absolute blast! To be welcomed back amongst such a staple crowd has been immense to say the least, and looking back we’re proud of what the team managed to achieve.

Starting the project back in January, veteran Thomas ‘Tommey’ Trewren brought together a young and hungry group new group in the hopes of igniting a run into the 2017 CoD Championships. Gurdip ‘SunnyB’ Bains along with the twins Matthew ‘Skrapz’ Marshall and Bradley ‘Wuskin’ Marshall completed a roster that represented a meteoric rise.

The boys were considered underdogs at almost every event, but after all the fist bumps over the year characters within the team blossomed to not only impress in Season 2, but also confirm how competitive each player was on the world stage.

After all these years, the scene is still as exciting as ever and as the game moves to back into boots-to-ground play for WW2 it’s only going to improve. Today though, Fnatic are taking the decision to reassess our place within Call of Duty, stepping back from the competitive at least for now while we consider future options.

Fnatic are to step back and reassess their options within the scene.

Tommey, SunnyB, Skrapz and Wuskin will move on from the organisation onto no doubt exciting new challenges. It’s been a truly awesome season, and we want to thank each player for the how much effort they poured into the team. We’ll always be fans of these four and their commitment is something we’ll always be grateful for.

"When I was asked to help with the new CoD team, I was just happy I could work with Tom again. Little did I know I would get to work with four epic guys who really wanted to prove themselves to the world, as individuals and as a team. Best of luck to the 4 of them, it has been a blast being part of this adventure!" - Benjamin Hoffner (Team Manager)

We must as well extend our sincere thanks to our fantastic fans over the last nine months. Without the dedicated crowd support the experience just wouldn’t have been the same.

We’ll be looking to provide an update on our status within CoD as soon as furthers developments are made.


From the Team

"First of all I would like to thank Fnatic, it had always been my dream to play for and represent this organisation ever since I started competing. Although we never managed to fulfil our goal of winning an event together, I'm still proud of what we achieved in such little time.

Secondly I'd like to thank cArn and Benj for not just making it possible, but for everything they did during our time under the organisation. It's been one of the best experiences as a player to date." - Thomas ‘Tommey’ Trewren

"I thoroughly enjoyed representing one of the best organisations in the world. I would've loved to go on further at the last event of the season which was Worlds, not just for myself but for FNATIC. Hopefully in the near future I'll be able to play under the FNATIC banner once again." - Gurdip ‘SunnyB’ Bains

"It was a honour representing Fnatic and being apart of this. It was a dream come true and I hope to be able to represent Fnatic again in the future." - Matthew ‘Skrapz’ Marshall

"My time in fnatic was like no other such a surreal experience that I will never forget. Our year had it's ups and down but hey, I felt good no matter the outcome! I hope to be back I love you all!" - Bradley ‘Wuskin’ Marshall