The departure of Paul "sOAZ" Boyer and Rasmus "Caps" Winther was a huge hit for Fnatic. Not only did they lose two pillars of their 2018 roster, but they also had to bring in an unproven rookie to fill the void in the mid lane. With that, it’s easy to think that Fnatic are going to have a rough time in 2019.
But they’ve been here before.
In fact, Fnatic are one of the best orgs when it comes to bouncing back from losing star players and rebuilding their lineups into title contenders. The main reason behind this is their roster management.