Who Is Doma? Former Fortnite Pro Turned Valorant Star

Abhimannu Das
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Doma is expected to join Velocity Gaming alongside Adam “ec1s” Eccles.
He was formerly a Fortnite player who made a name for himself in the European Valorant scene in recent years.
Doma has played with notable European teams like MAD Lions and Fnatic in the past.

Domagoj "Doma" Fancev is a 19-year-old former Fortnite player who made a splash in the European Valorant esports scene. He has been part of high-profile esports organizations and is currently an inactive member of MAD Lions. AFK Gaming’s internal sources have reported that the player is set to join the Indian esports team Velocity Gaming along with former 100 Thieves star Adam “ec1s” Eccles. Here is a look at Doma’s Valorant journey so far.

Doma’s journey from Fortnite to Valorant

Doma’s career in Fortnite was short-lived as he made the switch to Valorant soon after he started competing in Epic Games’ battle royale. He was picked up by SUMN FC back in August 2022 and he caught everyone’s attention after helping his team secure a first-place finish at First Strike Europe against Team Heretics. 

He moved to Fnatic in less than a year after joining SUMN FC. He immediately left an impact on the roster after helping the team secure a first-place finish at Valorant Champions Tour: Europe Stage 2 Challengers 2. 

Fnatic fell short against Team Liquid at the Stage 2 Challengers finals but qualified for Stage 2 Masters nonetheless. Sentinels, the team that was regarded as one of 2021’s best teams, defeated Fnatic at the grand finals of Stage 2 Masters and Fnatic’s dream run came to an end.

Doma stopped competing for Fnatic and became an inactive member of the roster but he was eventually picked up by TENSTAR.

After competing with TENSTAR for almost four months and securing a second-place finish at a European Valorant Regional League event, he moved to MAD Lions. He is currently not a part of the active roster and is expected to join Velocity Gaming’s new Valorant roster.

With former 100 Thieves player Adam “ec1s” Eccles also reportedly joining the Velocity Gaming roster, the Indian esports organization will be looking to qualify for international Valorant Champions Tour events in the Asia-Pacific region this year. An official announcement by Velocity Gaming is yet to be made about Doma’s signing.

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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.