The guy who impressed the crowd with his Sion is now the starting top laner for Fnatic!
Bwipo is making history. After a tough but impressive win against their foes, Bwipo’s performance deserves a huge clap. Cementing his position as the starting top laner of Fnatic. It’s as true as Vayne’s true damange. It has been recently announced by playing coach Joey Steltenpool yesterday. Furthermore, the decisions over the roster change has leverage by the former starting toplane Soaz.
@Bwipolol Will indeed be getting another stage game this week. We wanted to manage expectations properly and because of that gave @sOAZIZGOOD both games this week but Soaz insisted on giving Bwipo more stage experience. #GoodGuySoaz – Coach Joey “Youngbuck” Steltenpool
Success fueled by love and compassion
While it is not known by many, Bwipo’s mother is currently undergoing treatment to cure cancer. He remembers the time when he asked his mother for her permission to go pro, Gabriel “Bwipo” Rau was given the go signal by his mom. Supporting him with all his dreams and goals in the esports scene. There’s nothing like the support of a parent- the inspiration to move and train everyday – it’s what drives him to be a better player.
He comes from a decent line of teams, namely, EMcon Esports, Enigma Esports Benelux. Dark Passage, Rox. All of them gave him the top laner position Now, from January to the present, his team being Fnatic could be the chance to bring him the coveted World Championship that will be happening in South Korea this 2018. As the reigning and defending champions of the League of Legends Worlds 2017, the Summoner’s Cup will be competed by 24 teams across the regions. With this lineup of young and veteran teamates, could this roster change be the ‘backdoor’ Fnatic needs?