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fnatic

London - England - Europe

Fnatic is a professional esports organization founded in 2004, with London being their headquarters. They managed to spread their esports presence on various games such as Counter-Strike, League of Legends, Dota…and so on.

The team started its activity in CS:GO back in 2012(being active in CS 1.6 before) and were famous all across the globe as one of the best teams in the business.

Fnatic has an amazing and rare achievement, being a proud holder of three Major Championship titles, with two of them being consecutive (the only team sharing the same record is Astralis).

The biggest proof of how big and important they are in esports universe is the fact that their players attend more than 75 events per year, representing the name of their team in more than 25 countries.

They have a large number of followers base on social media, with 1,200,000 people behind them. Not many teams can brag with numbers like that.

It would take a couple of pages to tell the story about their success and victories, so here are a few of their biggest ones:

In 2013, the team went on to take the 1st place in DreamHack Winter 2013 by defeating Ninjas in Pyjamas.

They went on a rampage in the year 2015, winning another 1st place in ESL One: Katowice 2015.

In July of the same year, they won ESL ESEA Pro League Season 1 – finals, by defeating Cloud9.

Then came ESL One: Cologne 2015 – you can guess, another 1st place.

After that tournament, they continued with their furious run, winning the 1st place in FACEIT 2015 Stage 3 Finals.

Then came ESL ESEA PRO League Season 2 Finals where they managed to beat “Natus Vincere” and take the championships home.

The next year started in the same fashion, as they won StarLadder i-League StarSeries XIV.

Two months later, it was Intel Extreme Masters X – World Championship, where they also managed to defeat the competition and take the 1st place.

There were two more major tournaments they’ve won in 2018 – Intel Extreme Masters XII – World championship and World Electronic Sports Games.

Team players

Xizt
Xizt
JW
JW
twist
twist
KRIMZ
KRIMZ
Brollan
Brollan

Team coach

Jimmy Berndtsson (Jumpy)

Achievements

WESG 2017 logo
WESG 2017
First place in WESG 2017
Price:$800,000
(World Electronic Sports Games)
IEM XII - World Championship logo
IEM XII - World Championship
First place in IEM XII - World Championship
Price:$250,000
(Intel Extreme Masters)
ESEA Pro League Season 2 logo
ESEA Pro League Season 2
First place in ESEA Pro League Season 2
Price:$100,000
FACEIT 2015 Stage 3 logo
FACEIT 2015 Stage 3
First place in FACEIT 2015 Stage 3
Price:$100,000
ESL One: Cologne 2015 logo
ESL One: Cologne 2015
First place in ESL One: Cologne 2015
Price:$100,000

Team videos

WESG 2017
Space Soldiers vs fnatic (final)
IEM Katowice 2018
FaZe vs. fnatic (final)