Fnatic esports news
by Tebearau Egbe in
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On Thursday, November 10, the European esports team Fnatic announced that they had signed Timofey “Chronicle” Khromov ahead of the 2023 Valorant season.

Chronicle is a Russian player who has represented a few teams, such as the now disbanded organization-less team M3 Champions, and Gambit Esports.

The 20-year-old player started his professional career in 2020, and within this short period of time, he has competed in tons of Valorant Championship Tour events. Last year, Chronicle won the Most Valuable Player award at the VCT 2021: CIS Stage 3 Challengers 1. Together with the rest of his teammates at Gambit Esports, he competed in the 2021 VCT and earned a second-place finish, as well as the title in the VCT Masters tournament held in Berlin that same year.

More recently, he displayed a stellar performance while representing the M3 Champions at the 2022 VCT: EMEA Stage 2 Challengers. This earned the team a 4th-place finish despite losing to FunPlus Phoenix in a 1:2 match. Soaring to the 2022 VCT EMEA Last Chance Qualifiers, Chronicle and his teammates finished in second place in a match where they lost to Team Liquid by a score of 1:3.

Listed below is a list of the team’s complete Valorant roster:

● Jake “Boaster” Howlett
● Nikita “Derke” Sirmitev
● Emir “Alfajer” Beder
● Leo “Leo” Jannesson
● Timofey “Chronicle” Khromov

Chronicle, who has a reputation for forging ahead no matter the lackluster conditions faced by the team or in the match, will definitely be an added advantage to the team.

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