Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Fnatic recruit disco doplan

Joakim Gidetun makes the move from Epsilon Esports.

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Fnatic have announced that they have acquired the services of Joakim "disco doplan" Gidetun from Epsilon Esports.

Disco doplan has proved himself as one of the best young talents at 21 years of age, rising through the amateur scene and generating a lot of buzz. He hasn't got much competitive experience, however, but time will only tell whether that will be to his detriment or not.

Fnatic's roster has been changing a lot recently, and just two weeks ago Freddy "KRiMZ" Johansson rejoined the squad after leaving to join GODSENT. The squad will hopefully stay more stable for the upcoming Eleague group stage from November 18 to 19, however, which will see disco doplan in action for Fnatic for the first time.

Viktor "vuggo" Jendeby, Fnatic's CS:GO Manager, commented on the roster changes, saying: "Acquiring disco doplan calls for an exciting future, he has proven himself to be worthy at the top and has great potential to become even better. Having to say goodbye to wenton in the process is tough however, we all like him very much and wish him all the best and good luck for the future."

Disco doplan himself also commented on the move. "I really appreciate this opportunity from Fnatic," he said, "and I hope we will achieve great things together. I believe we have a really strong lineup at the moment and I'm anxious to start playing to become one of the best teams in the world."

Do you think disco doplan will be a good addition to the team?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

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