ScoutOP Confirms That He Will Stay With Fnatic; Parts With Teammates on Good Terms

Shounak Sengupta
6/Jun/2020 06:05 pm

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  • Sc0utOP confirms that he will be staying with Fnatic after the organization let's go of the current lineup in a week.
  • The organization announced that the currently ongoing PMPL South Asia tournament will be the last one with the same lineup. 

Tanmay 'Sc0utOP' Singh has confirmed via Twitter that he will be staying with Fnatic, given that the organization has already announced that the currently ongoing PMPL South Asia will be the last tournament for the current lineup. Friction between the players and frequent flare ups made it quite clear that the lineup wasn't working and after months of failed attempts, the organization finally made the announcement that everyone was expecting. 

Earlier today, Scout posted on Twitter that he will finally be able to play competitive the way he wants to. When fans questioned whether it means that he will be leaving the organization, Scout replied that he won't, ending the reply with the hashtag #alwaysfnatic. The player is the face of the organization in South Asia and his huge fanbase combined with his raw talent makes him an incredibly strong asset to an organization like Fnatic. Earlier this month he had also tweeted about the fact that a new journey will be starting soon, something which was retweeted by Fnatic's Chief Gaming Officer, Patrik 'cArn' Sattermon. 

[Also read: Fnatic Make Official Announcement That They Will Part Ways With Current Roster After PMPL]

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Despite the strained relationships with his colleagues and the frequent public disputes and shouting matches, it looks like he will be ending things on a good note with them. He shared a picture of himself and Owais, saying that even though their time has come, he will always be like an elder brother to his Owais. Fnatic will play their last matches as a team in the PMPL South Asia Finals next week. The team will also play out their remaining matches of the league stage tomorrow, but are realistically out of the running for a top 3 finish. Fnatic's new lineup is expected to be announced in the coming weeks and Scout himself dropped a teaser about a big announcement on his Instagram. There is already massive hype around Scout's new lineup, which can now be thought of as Fnatic's new lineup. 



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