FNATIC New Midlander – Nemesis Joins the Team.
Danish player Rasmus “Caps” Winther, who was previously the mid laner for Fnatic now has left the team (November 2018). His overall is world ranking as of this writing is #545. In the 20 tournaments he played in, he won over $150.000 in prize winnings. Quite an impressive resume that Rasmus has garnered up.
Caps holds a lot of experience under his belt, and being a part of Fnatic helped the team propel to higher highs. Caps helped Fnatic win many tournaments and had great success with this organization, but as they say, nothing lasts forever and as usual there’s always a high turnover rate in esports. With his departure from Fnatic, Caps is turning a new page and starting a new chapter.
Tim ‘Nemesis’ Lipovsek
The Fnatic midlane inheritance resembles few others. Unarguably the most prominent European midlaners have graced that path. Today, Fnatic signed Tim ‘Nemesis’ Lipovšek as the following in line for a 3 year contract.
The 19-year old Slovenian played for EU Masters 2018 Summer and twice LVP SuperLiga 2018 champs, MAD Lions. He will join Fnatic on Dec 3rd.
“Fnatic has verifiably dependably been the best European group and I check myself fortunate that the chance to join emerged as I enter my first aggressive split.
I see playing in an effectively such settled program as a unimaginable benefit, yet I’m careful that I should rush to adjust and not fall behind this group!” – Tim ‘Nemesis’ Lipovšek
It was in 2018 when it wound up obvious that he was sparkling extensive in the provincial class framework, winning the LVP SuperLiga MVP grant this spring and proceeding to command the whole of summer, coming full circle in lifting the EU Masters Madrid trophy.
Adversary will step-in for Rasmus ‘Tops’ Winther in the midlane, who we reported would withdraw from the Black and Orange a weekend ago. Before considering Caps’ aggressive reputation, Nemesis knows that he is filling in big shoes.
“I thought Caps was at that point the best western midlaner even a large portion of a year prior to he joined Fnatic, and at present he’s demonstrated that by a long shot.”
Everybody who’s invested energy at Fnatic includiong the staff, the board, players and fans knows the substance of the Black and Orange: “we make hotshots – to contend, to win and to do it just for the fans who cheer our name“. In Nemesis, we are sure; we will proceed with the Fnatic heritage.
“Fnatic broadly has a long history of working up incredible European mid laners and we genuinely trust that we have found one more extraordinary wonder in Nemesis.
We’ve been following Nemesis for a long while amid his stay at Mad Lions and, from all that we’ve seen and heard, he ticks all the cases. We have heard only the most astounding recognition of his outlook, hard working attitude and it’s turned out to be clear he has an exceptionally expensive victor pool.
Working up ability may require some serious energy and dependably accompanies hazard. Yet, I trust Fnatic gives their players the ideal stage to end up stars: we have the most apparatuses and the friendliest, most diligent partners that Europe brings to the table. We anticipate indicating precisely that by and by in the up and coming season!” – Joey ‘YoungBuck’ Steltenpool, Fnatic League of Legends Team Director
Fnatic lives on the edge, and is one of the risk-averse esports teams out there. They are always looking to enhance their play, satisfy their fans and continue being the best they can be.
“I’m pleased to speak to Fnatic now; it feels stunning realizing I’ll have the capacity to play for the Fnatic fans. Indeed, even before being reported, they’ve demonstrated to me that hey can help me. I anticipate working with my new colleagues who have demonstrated enormous achievement in the previous years. I’m certain I can perform to the most astounding measures that were set by my midlane forerunners.” – Tim ‘Nemesis’ Lipovšek
You’ll be able to catch Nemesis in on Saturday as Mad Lions play in the elimination round of the Iberian Cup. Make a point to demonstrate our new mid laner bolster as he says goodbye to MAD Lions!
More news will come before long concerning our League of Legends group’s administration and player setup.
Nemesis has some very good results for the team and was apart of tournament winnings such as:
1st place in ESL Masters Madrid 2017
2nd place in SuperLiga Orange Season 13
2nd place in SuperLiga Orange Season 13 Playoffs
1st place in SuperLiga Orange 2018 Spring
1st place in SuperLiga Orange 2018 Spring Playoffs
3rd-4th place în EM 2018 Spring Main Event
1st place in Gillette XL Invitational
4th in LVP SLO 2018 Summer
1st place in LCP SLO 2018 Summer Playoffs
1st place in EM 2018 Summer Main event
With all of those winnings his ex-team holds under their belt over 65.000+ euros.