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Halo Infinite

Fnatic has released one of its Halo players

And a coach.

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Following a disappointing showing at the Halo Championship North America Super 2022 event just a few days ago, the British esports organisation Fnatic has decided to make a series of changes to its Halo roster and team.

This comes in the form of the release of a player and also that of a coach. Both Chasen "SuperCC" Cavuto and Casey "Strobe" Hebert have been released and allowed to find opportunities elsewhere.

"HCS Update: As we set our eyes on qualification for the World Championship and after a disappointing run at the Super, both @SuperCC_Evades & Coach @Strobe_CH have been allowed to explore new opportunities."

It has not yet been made clear where either individual will end up, and likewise we are yet to know who will be coming to Fnatic to fill the two open slots in the Halo team.

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