Sources: Fnatic Halo set to sign Rammyy as Envore replacement

Hayden Oberg
Pro Halo player Rammyy with Fnatic logo in corner and blurred HCS image in background
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According to Dexerto sources, Fnatic Halo are signing former Spacestation Gaming star Abel ‘Rammyy’ Garcia to replace Torez ‘Envore’ Broyles in the starting lineup.

Fnatic have been on the lookout for a new player since June 22, when they moved Envore to the bench and allowed him to explore new opportunities.

Sources said that, after trialing potential replacements for Envore, Fnatic have settled on Rammyy, who left Spacestation Gaming on June 3. Earlier this month, he played in three HCS Pro Series tournaments with G2 Esports.

Rammyy will likely kick off his tenure with Fnatic in the upcoming HCS open series from Thursday, June 30, ahead of the next big tournament: The North America Super in August, where $175,000 will be on the line.

Fnatic have failed to make much of an impact on a regional or global scale in Halo Infinite so far, struggling to compete with the upper echelon of talent.

Multiple top 12 placements across different Pro Series tournaments and HCS Kansas City have prompted Fnatic to make a move and attempt to break into the higher placements, especially as teams gear up for the busy end of the year.

The new Fnatic Halo roster is set to be as follows:

  • Abel ‘Rammyy’ Garcia
  • Joey ‘Juziro’ Bartholomay
  • Juliano ‘Sceptify’ Sadiku
  • Chasen ‘SuperCC’ Cavuto
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