Valorant players Enzo "Enzo" Mestari and James "Mistic" Orfila have been benched from the Fnatic roster.
"Fnatic has decided to let me explore my options in 2023. I am open to offers and looking to represent a VCT-partnered organisation. My ambition is to lift trophies and I will work relentlessly for it. I know I can bring a lot of value as a co-igl/igl, and want to use my experience to help the team grow in the long run. I am a very versatile player and can provide the leadership, discipline and structure a team needs to perform," noted Enzo on Twitter.
Mistic says he is looking to represent a VCT-partnered organization in EMEA.
Enzo joined Fnatic in March 2022. First, he was a loan player and was hired by the organization in May. Mistic came to Fnatic with the SUMN FC roster, which was signed by the London organization to enter Valorant in February 2021.
With Fnatic, Enzo and Mistic ranked fourth in VCT Masters Stage 2 Copenhagen and finished 5-6th at VALORANT Champions 2022.
Fnatic's Valorant roster is now: