Fnatic announced the acquisition of Ludvig "Brollan" Brolin on Wednesday as the final piece of the organization's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team.
Confirming a Monday report by VPEsports, Brollan joins the CS:GO team as part of its attempts to course correct following a disappointing showing at the FACEIT London Major. That course correction began Oct. 2, when the team benched William “Draken” Sundin in favor of Simon “twist” Eliasson
We today announce @Brollancs as our fifth member going into this new competitive season of Counter-Strike.@JW1 on the move: "The motivation within the team has never been higher. It’s time to get back to business."— FNATIC (@FNATIC) October 17, 2018
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Brollan's arrival will push
The longest-standing member of the Fnatic lineup,
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