Fnatic allows its coach, Dylan Falco to talk to other teams
- Updated: November 17, 2018
Fnatic has parted ways with its League of Legends Coach, Dylan Falco. This is despite the Fnatic team having a great Worlds 2018 performance. They reached the Grand Finals losing to Invictus Gaming 3-0 to secure a Top 2 finish.
Dylan Falco joined Fnatic in May 2017. Prior to his time on Fnatic, he was coaching teams like Immortals and Envy in the North American LCS. Dylan Falco has a lot of experience and there is little doubt that he will find a new team very soon.
Fnatic has given me permission to speak with other organizations before I become a free agent on November 19th. To contact: email@example.com pic.twitter.com/U7f3d2Hn87
— Dylan Falco (@DylanFalcoLoL) November 15, 2018
His list of accomplishments includes a Top four finish in the Mid-Season Invitational. Fnatic also co-won Rift Rivals along with G2 and Splyce. This announcement comes soon after Fnatic top-laner Soaz announced last week that he will be available for other teams. The organisation has given him permission to talk to other teams as he attempts to change teams.
The European LCS will see significant changes for the upcoming season. After the successful implementation of the franchise system in North America, Riot is looking forward to implementing the same for EU LCS as well. There are organisations paying close to $10 million