Chronicle and Leo should make Fnatic a force to the reckoned with in 2023.

After the signing of Leo was announced earlier in the off-season, it looks like Fnatic have finally completed their Valorant roster. Earlier today Fnatic posted on Twitter their Valorant roster announcement, with the headline “a new Chronicle begins”.

Although the roster was all but confirmed earlier in the offseason with Leo and Chronicle expected to don the famous jersey, fans can now breathe a sigh of relief that it is now official.

Chronicle is finally announced to Fnatic’s Valorant roster

Photo by Lance Skundrich/Riot Games

Although fans have already gotten to see Leo compete under the Fnatic banner, the VCT Kickoff event in Brazil will be the first time their main roster will compete together. Chronicle, considered one of the best players in the world, is joining over from M3C – previously known as Gambit.

In 2021 Gambit consistently put up strong performances including a dominant Masters Berlin campaign which saw the Russian side lift the trophy. Chronicle and the rest of Gambit also finished runners-up at Valorant Champions 2021.

Chronicles’ announcement was a long time coming and arguably the worst-kept secret of the Valorant offseason so far. Now that the roster is fully announced, Fnatic fans can sit back and relax. The start of the 2023 VCT Season is getting closer with the first official event taking place in São Paulo, Brazil.

Fnatic Valorant roster

Here’s the complete Fnatic Valorant roster

  • Jake “Boaster” Howlett
  • Nikita “Derke” Sirmitev
  • Emir “Alfajer” Beder
  • Leo “Leo” Jannesson
  • Timofey “Chronicle” Khromov

VCT 2023 will start next year with the Valorant kickoff tournament in Brazil. The event will see 30 teams in competition before they continue with the Valorant Champions Tour.

Valorant fans can keep up with the latest VCT roster moves here.

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