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Leo has joined Fnatic from Guild Esports

The Valorant professional has a new home ahead of the 2023 VCT season.

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Fnatic has added another member to its Valorant Champions Tour team, in the form of a player that it has acquired from the David Beckham-backed, London-based esports organisation, Guild Esports.

The player in question is Leo "Leo" Jannesson, who has come to the team as its fourth member, meaning we can expect further roster news and signings as we continue through the offseason.

Fnatic announced the addition of Leo over Twitter with a video and the accompanying caption of "The legend returns, and he's here to win".

The signing is of course pending Riot approval, but this rarely results in an overturned signing, so we can assume that Leo will be suiting up with Fnatic when the 2023 VCT: Kickoff Tournament takes place in Brazil in February.

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