Fnatic top Laner Adam Tested Positive for Covid-19 Just Before LEC Summer Playoffs: Fnatic today confirmed that their top laner Adam has tested positive for COVID-19, although the team will still continue the online playoffs following his discussion with Riot.
The organization announced on social media that Adam ” Adam ” Maanane’s corona test was positive, while the other players’ tests were negative. He also revealed that they will participate against Team Vitality in the upcoming LEC playoffs series, which will be scheduled to happen on Sunday, after meeting with Team Riot. Fnatic LEC
Adam tested positive after the players returned from their three-day vacation following the League of Legends season’s last weekend, meaning he will be unable to join his team for their first postseason matchup. Following his results, Fnatic ordered that all other players and personnel at the Berlin headquarters be tested, confirming that there were no additional positive cases within the company.
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According to the announcement, French-born esports athlete Adam will play from home, while the rest of the players will compete from their offices. Let’s see if the victorious squad can move on from this terrible experience now that the playoffs are only a few weeks away and focus on their future.
For the time being, the rest of the weekend’s playoff matches will be broadcast live from the studio, with the entire broadcast team ready to go. Organizers are taking extra measures from their sides as well to ensure the proper safety of staff and players.
Adam, who is originally from France, used to play for the Karmine Corporation. He was later acquired by Fnatic for a reputed €240,000. In early May, Adam and Karmine Corp won the European Masters 2021 Spring Main Event, defeating BT Excel 3-1. Adam established himself as one of the greatest amateur top laners in Europe thanks to the tournament and a fantastic La Ligue Française Spring Split.