A professional doesn't need to be past his prime to retire from international competition. Take Zlatan Ibrahimovic for example. Dean "Frag" Ciantar is following the lion's example, as due to the game's direction as an esports title, he's opted to stop competing at the higher echelons. Frag originally joined Project EVERSIO as the Fortnite team leader on the 20th June 2018, and became part of the extended Fortnite international squad on the 31st July. He went on to not only dominate the local Fortnite competitive scene, but also pushed to make a name for himself in the European scene, primarly with his (now former) Finnish duo partner, William "Wam" Ekstrom.
Frag's highest achievement in Fortnite was reaching the grand finals of DreamHack Seville 2018. He will remain with the organisation as the team leader for our local roster, as well as part of the management, as Talent Manager.
DreamHack Sevilla - Finalist (26th) (Duo: Wam)
POG Duo Tourney- Finalist (21st) (Duo: Wam)
Luxe Cup - Finalist (Top 250) (Duo: raZgul)
Atlantis Duo Scrim Beta Tournament - 10th Place (Duo: Wam)
GGCircuit $25,000 Solo Tournament - 2x Finalist
GGCircuit $10,000 Test Tournament - 3rd Place (Duo: Swrl)
The Nova Series #4 - 1st Place
The Nova Series #3 - 1st Place
The Malta Cyber Series #4 - 1st Place
The Nova Series #2 - 1st Place
Fortnite Solo Series #6 - 1st Place
Fortnite Duo Series Beta - 1st Place
Fortnite Duo Series #2 - 1st Place
Fortnite Playground Gun Show - 1st Place
Fortnite Weekend Cup #1 - 1st Place
Fortnite Weekend Cup #2 - 1st Place
Fortnite Weekend Cup #3 - 1st Place
This is not the last you've seen of Frag!