Fnatic drops out of DreamHack Masters Malmö, will be replaced by G2 Esports

Fnatic will not compete at DreamHack Masters Malm due to Olof olofmeister” Kajbjer’s recent hand injury, DreamHack announced on Monday. They will be replaced by G2 Esports.

The post on DreamHack’s website confirmed that Fnatic had chosen not to participate in the event as a result of the injury.

"Olof has had troubles with his arm for the past month and we still today are not sure why or how serious it is," Fnatic’s head coach Viktor vuggo” Jendeby said in the post. "It has grown worse the last two weeks and he won’t play until he has fully recovered and without any issues or pain for at least two weeks. He will be seeing a specialist in the following days and we will take it from there."

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