Mads "Broxah" Brock-Pedersen (pictured left), a Danish League of Legends jungler who previously played for UK organisations Last Remedy and Epiphany Bolt, has been promoted to Fnatic's first team.
He joined the Fnatic Academy side late last year and has now been called up to the first team, replacing Maurice "Amazing" Stückenschneider who will be taking a two week break from competitive play.
British player Daniel "Dan" Hockley from Mousesports (pictured right) will replace Broxah in the Academy side.
Broxah has also played for Copenhagen Wolves and Tricked Esports.
Fnatic said in a Facebook post: "At the start of the 2017 season, we mentioned the importance of having a flexible 10-man roster, and the benefits it would be able to bring to both of our lineups throughout the split.
"Having seen excellent displays from Broxah in the Challenger Series, we have made the decision to give him a shot in the LCS team. This means that, pending Riot approval, he will become our starting jungler for week four and five of the EU LCS as we move into cross-group play.
"We're [also] pleased to welcome Daniel "Dan" Hockley who will fill the void while we trial this new setup."
Broxah shared the post and said: "Huge news! Super excited about the future."
Further reading: 'Having a 10-man roster pushes the first team and creates pressure'