The British esports organization Fnatic has announced changes to the Halo Infinite starting lineup, moving Juziro to inactive. The club explained its decision with the desire to grow and qualify for the Halo Championship Series 2022: Kansas City.
An update to the Halo Infinite roster. As we hope to qualify for Halo Championship Series 2022: Kansas City, Juziro has been moved to the bench. We will always appreciate the role he played in relaunching Fnatic's Halo roster and wish him all the best for the future. Thank you for everything Juziro.
Juziro joined Fnatic at the beginning of 2022, when the organization returned to the discipline and signed the Team WaR roster. Together with the team, the 24-year-old American esportsman won the HCS 2021-22 North America Open Series 6 and Esports Arena: Series E - Open #1, and also took second place in the HCS 2021-22 North America Open Series 7 and Esports Arena: Series E - Pro #1.
Now the team will have to play in the open qualifiers for Halo Championship Series 2022: Kansas City in order to get a coveted ticket to the main spring championship.
From now on, Fnatic's Halo Infinite roster looks like this:
- Strobe (coach).
- Juziro (inactive).