Santeri Lahtinen, aka "Naama", joins the Starcraft 2 roster of Team Fnatic, and is set to crash into the gaming house of Fnatic in Korea.
Fnatic says that the 19-year-old Terran tactician from Finland is the player they have been looking for, as they have high hopes to witness him “create the magic we saw a few years back from him at DreamHack”.
Elroy Pinto, general manager of Team Fnatic had this to say on their signing of Naama:
"I am very excited to see Naama in our lineup as I believe he has been fairly unlucky post his early success in StarCraft 2. I do think he still has it in him and with our support I believe he can reach the top of Europe once again."
Later this year, Naama will join the rest of Team Fnatic in the team’s gaming house based in Korea. Naama comments that this move will certainly bring him back to top form:
"I'm really glad that I got the opportunity to represent a top tier team once more."
Around a week ago, it has been reported that Naama signed up with Absolute Legends, yet this recent development shows that Fnatic must have offered a better deal to the former Dreamhack champion, Naama.