The PC part manufacturer Ballistix announced that the Fnatic Academy roster will play under their banner in the PGL EU Minor.
Formed back in August 2016, fnatic Academy looked like a promising roster representing the well-known Major winning organisation. After playing together ten months and undergoing one roster change, Alex "Karus" Saglamoglu and his men showed decent results with one of their greatest achievements being victorious at 2016 China Top.
Ballistix, one of the main partners of fnatic, have now stated that the roster of fnatic Academy will play under their organisation's name in the PGL EU Minor in Bucharest, Romania. The Swedish team will fight for a share of the $50,000 prizepool and a coveted slot for the PGL Major Krakow 2017 Main Qualifier.
Ballistix's roster is the following: