With the news being broken by UKCS.gg that Sebastian “volt” Malos would be joining Fnatic’s academy team, Fnatic Rising, it was only a matter of time before the orgless roster, FAMBIT, would announce some roster changes. However, what some might not have expected was FAMBIT to bring in both Heaven and Hell’s Jack “Gizmy” von Spreckelsen and ex-EKO’s James “Mad” Debono after dropping Javier “Ping” Griffiths. The two new boys on the block join FAMBIT as they continue to look for an organisation.
With volt signing to Fnatic Rising. the future is bright as he has already turned some heads with his performance in the WePlay Academy league. He dropped a 2.11 rating in a best of one series against Eternal Flames Academy. For Ping, who parted ways with the team in a mutual capacity, it’s uncertain what the future will hold for him. Nonetheless, he has proven to be a capable player with stints at FAMBIT, Coalesce, and Chetz Esports.
One of my favorite new players in the WePlay academy league: @voltcss 🇬🇧
really impressed 👍🏽
— lauzão (@launders) May 28, 2022
Both Mad and Gizmy are young players with a ton of potential — by adding them to the FAMBIT roster, the team is investing in their future and building a legacy. To get a better idea of what the goals are for this team, I spoke with Tom “arTisT” Clarke and asked him what the plan for this iteration of the roster was.
We believe both players will add a lot to the winning culture that we look to foster in this roster, that means that the hard work ethic and motivation the guys already have will be essential to what we believe makes a team successful, we’re hopeful this version of the roster will be able to surpass the previous rosters achievements.
FAMBIT have set themselves up for a good future. Only time will tell what the future holds and if they can top their past achievement of winning a European LAN.
With these two pick-ups, FAMBIT are currently:
- Tom “arTisT” Clarke
- Matas “Extinct” Strumila
- Callum “Girafffe” Jones
- Jack “Gizmy” von Spreckelsen
- James “Mad” Debono
- Ciarán “biscu” King (coach)