Team OverviewTeam: Fnatic Winnings: $7,192,860.89 Tournaments: 603 Games: CS:GO, DotA 2, Hearthstone, League of Legends, StarCraft 2 FnaticFnatic is a professional eSports organization headquartered in London, United Kingdom. Founded July 23, 2004, the team has players from around the world, across a variety of games such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League of Legends, and DotA 2. Fnatic The organization was founded in 2004 by Sam and Anne Mathews. In 2012, the captain of the CS:GO team, Patrik “cArn” Sättermon, became the Chief Gaming Officer of Fnatic. In 2015, marketing specialist, Wouter Slejiffer, replaced Anne Mathews as CEO of Fnatic, along with Sam Mathews as Board Chairman. Popular Players Over the years, an exceptional number of talented players were part of the phenomenal Fnatic team. Logically, almost every player becomes extremely popular and known for a very short time when they join the roster. The list of popular Fnatic players is endless, but we can still distinguish some players as true legends in their sports. Who doesn’t remember the incredible backdoor of League of Legends player Enrique “xPeke” Cedeño Martínez against SK.Gaming at Intel Extreme Master? Moments that become one of the most memorable times in gaming history. Christopher “GeT_RiGhT” Alesund, Patrick “F0rest” Linberg, and Patrik “cArn” ” Sättermon are truly Counter-Strike 1.6 legends and are all part of the Fnatic dream team and hall of fame. Games League of Legends eSport team Fnatic entered the League of Legends scene in March, 2011, by acquiring the roster of the team myRevenge. Over the years, the Fnatic League of Legends side established itself as one of the best teams in the world. In the 2015 EU LCS Summer Split, they became the first LCS team to complete a regular split undefeated. They finished with a score of 18 wins and 0 losses. Even with this fact and highest expectations from Fnatic fans, the team did not manage to win the World Championship, losing the semifinal to the Korean team KOO Tigers, 0–3. The current composition of the team is made up of international players with Noh “Gamsu” Yeong-jin and Lee “Spirit” Da-yoon from Republic of Korea and Fabian “Febiven” Diepstraten, Martin “Rekkles” Larsson, and Bora “YellOwStaR” Kim from European countries. Counter-Strike:GO eSport Team This is surely one of the teams with longest gaming history in the world. Fnatic Counter-Strike:GO is always favorite of every major tournament. Fnatic entered the Counter-Strike competitive scene in 2004, when the team was founded by Freek “FraK” Tammeling. For 12 years, they became the most beloved team in the world, remaining in the hearts of many eSport fans. With legends like GeT_RiGhT, F0rest, cArn, Finn “karrigan” Andersen, Markus “pronax” Wallsten, Richard “Xizt” Landstorm, and Olof “olofmeister” Kajbjer, Fnatic maintained a constant good form that allowed them to compete for prizes every major event over the years. DotA2 eSport Team On March 30, 2012, Fnatic’s Heroes of Newerth team, consisting of Johan “N0tail” Sundstein, Jascha “NoVa” Markuse, Tal “Fly” Aizik, and Adrian “Era” Kryeziu, officially switched to DotA 2. By early September of the same year, a roster was finalized with the addition of Kai “H4nn1” Hanbückers and Kalle “Trixi” Saarinen, the latter of whom replaced NoVa. Unfortunately, the DotA2 team failed to beat the competition and got disband in 2014. History Fnatic was founded on the 23rd of July, 2004, starting with Counter-Strike 1.6 team. Two years later, Fnatic acquired a World of Warcraft team, Fnatic. WoW. Returning to represent Fnatic in the World of Warcraft 3v3 community was players TooGood, Vo0, and Ztrider. In 2007, Fnatic acquired a DotA team. The squad was formed by Ritter “Ritter” Rusli, Romi “melen” Gunawan, Ariyanto “Lakuci” Sony, Sugiarto “BaHaMuT” Cahyadi, and Jeffry “Neo” Lu. Additionally, Fnatic created a League of legends division in 2011 as a result of the acquisition of the roster of the eSports team myRevenge. Later, in 2012, they picked up the former GamersLeague DotA 2 team to compete with other top teams. Eventually, the team placed fourth in ESWC, but soon after, the team parted ways with the organization. During 2015, Fnatic announced a return to DotA 2, acquiring and sponsoring Team Malaysia. The company has its headquarters in London, near the Silicon Roundabout at Old Street. Fnatic has a full-time senior management team including a CEO, CGO, Sales Director, Accounts Director, and Head of Creative Services. Fnatic RosterNemesisTIM LIPOVŠEKBroxahMad-Brock PedersenHylissangZdravets GalabovBWIPOGABRIËL RAURekklesMartin Larsson GET UP TO $280 IN FREE BETS! 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