Mads ‘Broxah’ Brock-Pedersen will depart Fnatic after three years in the Black and Orange, pending Riot Games approval.
His contract that runs through to the end of 2020 has been bought out.
Broxah was signed to Fnatic ahead of 2017 as our Academy jungler. Even a starring role in the early half of a split that would see the team promoted to EU LCS, Broxah was promoted already to our main roster. Since then, we saw him go onto win two EU LCS Splits, attend three World Championships, represent Europe at All-Stars and, of course, become a World Championship finalist.
In-game, it is impossible to overstate what Broxah has accomplished as he’s become one of the most easily recognisable junglers in the world, let alone our region. In 2019, after his meteoric rise, he had already become the second longest serving player of Fnatic in League of Legends.
Out-of-game, he’s made an effect on everyone throughout the organisation and his departure from playing under the Black and Orange will not yet end the many friendships that have been formed.
He now departs with an incredible opportunity ready for him, and we can only wish him the best of journeys.
Patrik ‘caRn’ Sättermon, Fnatic’s Chief Gaming Officer said of Broxah’s departure:
“As a general manager, there is very little more you could ask of a player than the loyalty and friendship Broxah gave to Fnatic and the people within our organisation. As he departs Fnatic after three unforgettable years, we wish him all the best in what we know will continue to be an incredible career.
We are so very proud of our academy setup and the time in Black and Orange we saw from Mads is testament to that. To current and future League players, from Fnatic to Fnatic Rising to those in solo queue, Mads is your role model.
Tak skal du have, Mads.”
At rejse er at leve.
Held og lykke.