Fnatic make a much needed roster change in an attempt to revitalise their CSGO team. Disco Doplan the former Epsilon player has impressed many people in the CSGO community, both as a stand in for NIP and as a player for Epsilon eSports. The swap of Wenton for Doplan was most certainly needed after Fnatic’s recent drop in form after changing their roster back in August of 2016.
Fnatic have several players which include Twist, Olof and Dennis that are playmakers therefore the addition of Disco Doplan will only improve the side due to his more passive approach as a lurk style player that will offer more variety to Fnatics game. Dust 2 and Cobblestone seemed to be the maps that Doplan shined on for Epsilon eSports so it will be interesting to see how Fnatic adapt their map pool. Disco Doplan is also a player in-which i would say excels with confidence; and with a team such as Fnatic that have lots of experience I feel that Joakim ‘Disco Doplan’ will be able to perform to the best of his ability.
Fnatic showed their appreciation for the former Epsilon player on their social media platforms.
Joakim has been on our radar for a long time, he has proved himself as one of the best rising talents in Sweden and is someone who we believe holds phenomenal skill and potential. Despite his limited experience in the competitive scene
— Epsilon eSports (@Epsilon_eSports) November 3, 2016
CS:GO Roster Changes | Welcome @disco_doplan!
— FNATIC (@FNATIC) November 3, 2016
— fnatic dennis (@fnaticdennis) November 3, 2016