Fnatic confirms Derke has tested positive for COVID-19, H1berr will fight at VCT Masters Reykjavik if needed!

Fnatic has officially confirmed that Nikita “Derke” Sirmitev has tested positive for COVID-19 and may miss the start of VCT Masters Reykjavik later this month.

"We hope for a speedy recovery and will do everything possible to support Derke in joining the Masters," Fnatic said in a statement on social media. Said.

The news was first reported by Dot Esports on March 31. Contrary to reports suggesting that Derke will not be able to attend the event due to his illness, he still has a chance to compete. If the player tests negative for COVID-19 in the coming days, he will likely be able to return to the VALORANT roster.

However, if Derk is unable to join, KOI's Joona “H1ber” Parviainen will act as a temporary substitute. Derke said on his social media account, “We also got @H1berrto for me in case I can't go to Iceland and I'm sure he will do great things! "Let's hope for a speedy recovery," he said.

This news comes after Fnatic suspended Andrey “BraveAF” Gorchakov from their roster on March 30. The Russian actor was accused of supporting Russia's invasion of Ukraine, prompting the organization to launch an investigation.

VCT Masters Reykjavik starts on April 10. The event will end on April 24.


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