|Overview||Team Infograph||Statistics||Match History|
|Coaches:||Finlay "Quaye" Stewart |
Kublai "Kubz" Barlas
|Analysts:||Wolfgang "Wolle" Landes |
Marcus "Blumigan" Blom
|Managers:||Danijel "StreeT" Remus |
Finlay "Quaye" Stewart
|Team Captain:||Martin "Rekkles" Larsson|
|Affiliated Teams (Current):||Fnatic Academy|
|Created:||March 14, 2011|
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- 1 History
- 1.1 Acquisition of myRevenge
- 1.2 Season 1
- 1.3 Pre-Season 2
- 1.4 Season 2
- 1.5 Pre-Season 3
- 1.6 Season 3
- 1.7 2014 Season
- 1.8 2015 Season
- 1.9 2016 Season
- 1.10 2017 Season
- 2 Timeline
- 3 Player Roster
- 4 Player LCS Participation
- 5 Organization
- 6 Team Achievements
- 7 Gallery
- 8 Highlight Videos
- 9 Interviews
- 10 Articles
- 11 Videos
- 12 See Also
- 13 External Links
- 14 References
Fnatic is a professional eSports organization consisting of players from around the world across a variety of games. On March 14th, 2011, Fnatic entered the League of Legends scene with the acquisition of myRevenge. Fnatic is one of the strongest European teams since the early days of competitive League of Legends, having been the champion of the Riot Season 1 Championship.
Acquisition of myRevenge
Fnatic’s first venture into the League of Legends scene began on March 14th, 2011, when they acquired the roster from myRevenge consisting of WetDreaM, xPeke, LaMiaZeaLoT, Shushei, CyanideFI, Mellisan, and MagicFingers.
In May of 2011, WetDreaM left Fnatic to form AbsoluteLegends.
Fnatic were one of the eight teams to qualify for the Riot Season 1 Championship, which was held from June 18th to June 20th of 2011, as the third and final European seed from the Regional Qualifier. Fnatic placed third in the Group Stage by going 1-2, narrowly escaping elimination by defeating Team Pacific, while losing to against All authority and Epik Gamer. Fnatic would see more success in the playoffs largely due to xPeke, who had finally arrived after missing the first day due to a delayed flight. They would power through and defeat Counter Logic Gaming 2-0 in the relegation round, Epik Gamer 2-0 in the semi-finals, and won versus against All authority in the finals of the winner’s bracket, propelling Fnatic to the grand finals. Fnatic faced aAa again in an all-European final, pulling out a 2-1 victory to be crowned the League of Legends Season 1 champions. Riot later created and released Fnatic-themed skins, a custom for World Championship winners, and chose each player's most-played champions during the Season 1 Worlds: Jarvan IV (Cyanide), Karthus (xPeke), Gragas (Shushei), Corki (LamiaZealot) and Janna (Mellisan).
Two months later, Fnatic placed third at the IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne. Fnatic placed second in the tournament's group stage with a 2-1 record, defeating SK Gaming and Frag Executors, while falling to Counter Logic Gaming. However, Fnatic would fall to Team Solomid 2-1 in the semifinals, relegating Fnatic to play against Millenium for third place, where Fnatic was able to come out on top with a 2-1 victory.
The next event that Fnatic would participate in was the IEM Season VI - Global Challenge New York. Here, Fnatic displayed a dominant performance, going 3-0 and taking first in the group stage by defeating Counter Logic Gaming, Dignitas, and Team Solomid. In the playoffs, Fnatic swept Sypher 2-0 in the semi finals and SK Gaming 2-0 in the grand finals, taking home first from the event.
On January 19th, 2012, MagicFinger left Fnatic due to the dissatisfaction with only being a substitute player.
The next major event Fnatic competed in would be the IEM Season VI - World Championship in March. Unfortunately, Fnatic couldn't emulate their success at previous IEM events, and placed fifth, being eliminated in the group stage. Fnatic took wins against Millenium and Dignitas, while falling to Team ALTERNATE, against All authority, and Counter Logic Gaming Prime.
Two weeks later, Fnatic placed second at the SK Trophy March. They started strong by defeating LowLandLions 1-0 in the round of 16, TCM Gaming 2-0 in the quarterfinals, and Millenium 2-0, advancing them to the finals. Fnatic lost to Natus Vincere 2-0 in the grand finals, taking second place.
From March 21st to May 19th, Fnatic was invited to compete in Korea at Azubu The Champions Spring 2012. They were placed in the so-called "Group of Death," Group D. Fnatic's first game was against StarTale where the Korean playstyle caught Fnatic completely off-guard. They were dominated after a relatively calm first 25 minutes of the game. Two days later, Fnatic saw themselves competing to stay in the tournament's double-elimination bracket. Fnatic took a match and lost a match to make it 1-1, and they needed a win to advance. StarTale, who had lost to MiG Blaze, would once again be in their way. Lauri "Cyanide" Happonen secured Fnatic an early game advantage, helping them to prevail over the Korean powerhouse. This earned them a spot in the quarter finals, where they played against Team OP. Despite their motivation, Fnatic was not able to win a single game against them and got knocked out of the tournament after losing 0-2.
Fnatic then participated in the RaidCall PLAY Cup 1 on April 3rd, 2012. They took second at the event, falling to Counter Logic Gaming EU in the grand finals. Fnatic most notably defeated SK Gaming and Absolute Legends in the tournament.
On June 4th and 5th Fnatic's roster would undergo some notable changes, with long time top laner Shushei being evicted from the team due to his inability to perform up to standards. A day after the announcement of Shushei's departure, Fnatic announced Shushei's replacement, former aAa top laner sOAZ. A month after the the roster change, long time support player Mellisan departed Fnatic due to his educational commitments.
Having Pheilox and sOAZ as their new support and top laner, Fnatic would head to 2012 MLG Pro Circuit/Spring from June 8th to the 10th. Fnatic advanced to Round 2 after a BYE in the first round, where they easily stomped 4Not 2-0. In the next round they faced Epik Gamer (known at the time as TSM EVO) and won 2-1. Fnatic then squared off against Team SoloMid. They could not withstand TSM's aggressive play-style, dropping 0-2 and falling to the loser's bracket. They then played against Team Dynamic (the future Good Game University). Despite taking game 1 very easily, Fnatic dropped the next 2 games, losing 1-2 and getting knocked out of the tournament. Fnatic placed 5th/6th.
With MLG Spring over, Fnatic turned their focus to DreamHack Summer 2012, which took place between June 16th and the 19th. Assigned to Group A, Fnatic defeated PAH and Millenium while losing to Curse Gaming EU, achieving the second spot of the group with a 2-1 overall score. Moving to the semi-finals, Fnatic battled against the famous Counter Logic Gaming EU. They were forced to settle for a 3rd place match after falling 0-2. Fnatic once again played against Curse Gaming EU, but ended up taking 4th place after going 1-2.
Fnatic's next big event was the Season Two European Regional Finals, the goal being to get a spot in the top three to qualify for the Season 2 World Championship. With the eight best teams in Europe in the competition, Fnatic would first go against Curse Gaming EU in the quarter finals. Though recent events predicted a win for Curse Gaming EU, Fnatic proved to be a strong team by winning the match 2-0. They faced Moscow 5 in the semi-finals for the first time in an offline event. Moscow 5 won game 1 after some intense play. Fnatic battled back and won game 2 very convincingly to become one of the few teams to take a game from Moscow 5 in the tournament. Unfortunately, Fnatic couldn't replicate their game 2 success and were sent to the 3rd place match. With their trip to the World Championship at stake, Fnatic gave it their all against Counter Logic Gaming EU. The CLG team commanded by Henrik "Froggen" Hansen would prove to be too much. With their AD Carry Peter "Yellowpete" Wüppen carrying CLG, Fnatic was defeated 0-2 and failed to qualify for the Season 2 World Championship.
Fnatic continued to train and attend events. Campus Gaming Party: Berlin was their next stop, spanning August 21st through 25th. With no big teams on the tournament, Fnatic went 3-0 (6-0 overall) in their group by defeating Eclypsia.Luna, SK Gaming (who were attending with some subs), and Tt Dragons, taking all matches with 2-0 scores. In the semi-finals, they played against mousesports, winning 2-0. Meet Your Makers was no match for Fnatic in the finals, as they took the BO5 with a 3-0 score and achieved 1st place.
From November 1st until the 4th, Fnatic attended ASUS Republic of Gamers - Paris Games Week 2012. One of the requirements to participate was to have 3 French players. Fnatic sent a team consisting of sOAZ, hyrqBot, xPeke, YellOwStaR and nRated after LaMiaZeaLoT retired and CyanideFI left to deal with his highschool studies. Fnatic went 2-1 in the group stages, losing to Eclypsia by forfeit for arriving late. However, they went undefeated by beating GSU Gaming 2-0 in the winner's bracket semi-final, 2-0 against Eclypsia in the winner bracket's final, and 2-0 against GSU Gaming in the tournament's grand final.
On November 22nd, Fnatic participated in DreamHack Winter 2012. They progressed quickly through the group stage, going 3-0 over Copenhagen Wolves, Curse Gaming EU, and The Mighty Midgets. After taking a decisive 2-0 against Sju Sjösjuka Sjömän in the semifinals, Fnatic advanced to face CLG EU in the finals. Despite dropping the first game, the team was able to pull out the match two games to one and take home first place.
On November 30th to December 2nd, Fnatic participated in IGN ProLeague Season 5. They placed second in their group, defeating Team Dynamic and Azubu Blaze, dropping a game only to Team WE. This would ensure that they advanced to the winners bracket, where they would face Season 2 World Champions Taipei Assassins and emerge victorious with a 2-0 victory. Fnatic went on to face CLG Prime in the winner bracket semifinals in a 2-1 comeback series. They then lost 1-2 to Team WE, dropping them into the loser bracket finals against their previous opponents, the Taipei Assassins. History would repeat itself as Fnatic beat the Taipei Assassins 2-0 to advance to the Grand Finals one game down, coming from the losers bracket. They lost the best of five series 1-3 to Team WE, taking home second place.
Starting December 8th and ending the next day, Fnatic participated in THOR Open 2012 in Stockholm, Sweden. A single group with 5 teams was formed (given that 3 teams cancelled their participation) and Fnatic would sweep the group stage 4 - 0. Going to the semi-finals, they would prevail over mousesports 2 - 0. Moving on to the final, they would go 2-0 against Copenhagen Wolves and take 1st place, going completely undefeated.
From December 14th to December 16th, Fnatic took a shot at qualifying for IEM World Championship during IEM Season VII - Global Challenge Cologne. Facing the newly formed Korean team SK Telecom T1, Millenium and mousesports in Group A, Fnatic went 3-0 in group stage. They faced CJ Entus in the semi-finals, losing the first game but winning the next two to move on. In the finals, Fnatic once again faced SK Telecom T1 in a group stage rematch. Their series would be decided by a third match after both teams took a win. In the end, SK Telecom T1 won the third game, with Fnatic placing second overall.
Throughout late 2012, the Swedish player Martin "Rekkles" Larsson played for Fnatic as their AD Carry. However, on December 24th it was announced that he would not be able to play with Fnatic during Riot's Season 3 Qualifiers and Championship Series due to being underage. Fnatic stated that he would start a second Fnatic team, Fnatic Academy.
On January 18th, IEM Season VII - Global Challenge Katowice kicked off where Fnatic was placed in group B along with Azubu Frost, SK Gaming and Absolute Legends. Fnatic advanced through the group, going 2-1 with victories over both SK Gaming and Absolute Legends, but losing their match against Azubu Frost. In the semifinals Fnatic took on the other Korean team in attendance, Azubu Blaze. Although Blaze won the first game, Fnatic was able to take the best of three series to a third game, with a win in game two. Despite their best efforts though, Fnatic was unable to win the third game and finished in a shared 3rd-4th place for the event.
On January 25th, Fnatic played in the Season 3 Offline Qualifiers. In Group A, they would have to face off against Anexis eSports, GIANTS! Gaming, and Team ALTERNATE. After winning their first match against Anexis, Fnatic advanced to the group's Winners Match where they would lose against GIANTS! Gaming. With a 1-1 score, Fnatic faced elimination and would play in the final game of the group against Team ALTERNATE. After a victory over ALTERNATE, Fnatic advanced to the bracket stage of the offline qualifiers where they played against Meet Your Makers. Fnatic took a 2-0 victory over the Polish team and qualified for the Season 3 Championship Series.
EU LCS Spring Split
On February 9th, the Championship Series kicked off with Fnatic playing matches against both SK Gaming and GIANTS! Gaming. Fnatic won both of their day one matches, putting them in first place with a 2-0 record. Fnatic would be a dominant team throughout the rest of the season, eventually taking first place in the Spring Split of the European LCS, with a record of 22-6. This regular season mark was an EU LCS record that would stand until Fnatic themselves broke it, two seasons later. Fnatic then took first place in the Season 3 EU LCS Spring Playoffs, going 3-2 against Gambit Gaming. The team retained their spot into the summer split of the LCS season.
The team qualified to play in the IEM Season VII - World Championship, however did not make it past the group stage, winning only one game going 1-4 and placing ninth in the tournament.
In April, Fnatic top laner Paul "sOAZ" Boyer was publicly voted onto the Europe LCS All Star team to compete at All-Star Shanghai 2013 to play against the world's best All Star teams chosen in the same fashion. The EU LCS first faced off against heavy favorites Korean OGN Champions. Despite good early gameplay from Europe, the Korean team overtook them in a 2-0 set. Their next opponent was their sibling league, the North America LCS. Both teams played an explosive two games of up and down fighting; however, the NA LCS ended up being the victor, knocking the EU LCS out of the tournament. sOAZ was able to win the individual skill exhibition for the tournament as well.
EU LCS Summer Split
On August 17th, Fnatic managed to take 2nd place on the Summer Split after winning the tie breaker against Evil Geniuses, Gambit Gaming and Ninjas in Pyjamas, granting Fnatic a place in the Semifinals, for the Summer Playoffs.
On August 24th, Fnatic secured a spot at the Season 3 World Championship after beating Evil Geniuses 2-0 in the Season 3 Summer Playoffs. On the following day Fnatic would beat Lemondogs 3-1 and finish first at the LCS Europe Season 3 Summer Playoffs.
Season 3 World Championship
The Fnatic team would be placed into Group B at the Championships in Los Angeles, and play against European rivals Gambit Gaming, Korean OGN intimidating team Samsung Galaxy Ozone, NA 3rd place seed Team Vulcun and Filipino champions Mineski. They would lose their first game against Vulcun but would bounce back in a strong way, with that being the only game they would lose, coming out on top of their group with a record of 7-1 and advancing to the quarterfinals.
In quarters, they would face the much hyped top NA team Cloud 9 and despite some close back and forth games, Fnatic would eliminate the last NA team in a 2-1 set to reach the semifinals. They next went up against the top Chinese seed, Royal Club Huang Zu who had eliminated their strong Chinese counterpart and who swept their groups, OMG. The match proved to be an exciting best of 5, showcasing intense team-fighting, however, in the end Fnatic would be the last European team eliminated from the tournament, losing 3-1 and taking home a respectable 3rd place.
EU LCS Spring Split
The Spring Split went relatively well for the team. A tight split saw Fnatic finish in 2nd place behind SK Gaming, securing themselves a place in the Spring Playoffs. The whole team raised their game for the playoffs, which saw them emerge victorious after a win against Alliance in their semifinal match-up, and another against SK Gaming in the Grand Final.
Due to Fnatic's performance in the Spring Playoffs, they had qualified to compete at All-Star Paris 2014, along with other regional winners from around the world. The team made it to the semifinals of the tournament, only losing to the world champions at the time, SK Telecom T1 K.
EU LCS Summer Split
The start of the Summer Split was shaky for the team. Fnatic could not break in to the top 2 until Week 7 of the split, at which point their main rivals Alliance were already a considerable distance ahead of them in the race for 1st place. YellOwStaR managed to pick up the MVP award for the entire split, but Fnatic could only manage a 2nd place finish. The team aimed to put the split behind them and focus on the Summer Playoffs. A close fought win over ROCCAT in the semifinal meant that the team would face Froggen and Alliance in the final. The match ended in defeat for Fnatic, but the playoffs saw the team seal their qualification for the 2014 Season World Championship.
2014 World Championship
The World Championship saw Fnatic placed in Group C with Samsung Blue, OMG, and LMQ. The team were only able to win two of six matches in their group, meaning that they would go no further in the tournament.
EU LCS Spring Split
Fnatic's new roster, including Korean imports Huni and Reignover alongside Steeelback, Febiven, and YellOwStaR, had a successful Spring Split, finishing 2nd in the regular season with a 13-5 record. This secured them a bye to the semifinals of the Spring Playoffs. Fnatic beat H2k-Gaming in their semifinal matchup, and went on to secure 1st place after taking a 3-2 win over Unicorns Of Love in the playoff final. This meant that the team would pick up 90 Championship Points towards qualification for the 2015 Season World Championship.
2015 Mid-Season Invitational
This also meant that Fnatic would represent Europe at the 2015 Mid-Season Invitational. The team had a relatively successful tournament, which they opened with a decisive win over Team SoloMid. They also had a notably close group stage game with SK Telecom T1, but went on to lose the game. Fnatic finished the group stage in 4th place, meaning they would advance to the bracket stage. They faced SK Telecom T1 in the semifinals, this time playing out a close series, but ultimately losing 3-2.
EU LCS Summer Split
Now with Rekkles on the roster instead of Steeelback, the team went into the Summer Season with confidence running high after their performance on the international stage. Fnatic managed to finish the regular season with a perfect, unbeaten 18-0 record - and became the first team to achieve this in League Championship Series history. This meant a 1st place regular season finish for the team and a bye to the semifinals of the Summer Playoffs. Fnatic went on to win the playoffs, beating Origen 3-2 in a tight final. This qualified the team for the 2015 World Championship, where they would compete as Europe's #1 seed.
2015 World Championship
At the 2015 World Championship, Fnatic were seeded into Group B along with ahq e-Sports Club, Invictus Gaming, and Cloud9. They picked up four wins in the group, going unbeaten in the second week of group stage games, meaning they would advance to the knockout stage of the tournament. In the quarterfinals, Fnatic beat EDward Gaming 3-0 before suffering a 3-0 loss to KOO Tigers in the semifinals, putting an end to their campaign.
EU LCS Spring Split
In the preseason, Fnatic had sustained multiple roster changes, with YellOwStaR, Huni, and Reignover all leaving the team for North American teams. They were replaced by Noxiak, Spirit, and Gamsu, though after an unsuccessful IEM Cologne and four weeks of the EU LCS split, Noxiak was replaced by rookie Klaj. Despite being only in fifth place in the EU LCS at the time of the tournament, Fnatic were invited to IEM Katowice due to their previous season's success. There, they had a surprisingly strong run, finishing in second place behind SK Telecom T1 after finding success with Rekkles on Jhin. Back home, Fnatic qualified for the EU LCS playoffs in sixth place, with a 9-9 record on the season.
In the playoffs, Fnatic upset Team Vitality 3-1 before losing to eventual champions G2 Esports 3-1 in the semifinals. They rebounded to finish on a high note after defeating H2K Gaming in the third place match 3-2. The following month, Klaj moved to Fnatic Academy as Fnatic reformed their Challenger squad, and on May 11th, YellOwStaR rejoined Fnatic from TSM.
EU LCS Summer Split
With the veteran YellOwStaR back at the helm, Fnatic improved marginally upon their previous split's regular season success. In the EU LCS's revamped best-of-two format, Fnatic began the season admirably, going 5-2-1 in four weeks and holding sole possession of first place. After struggling to repeat this success, and with inconsistent top lane play, Fnatic replaced Gamsu with former G2 Esports top laner Kikis, bringing in Giants Gaming top laner Werlyb as a substitute. The new top laners combined for a 2-4-2 record, as Fnatic slid to fifth place at 7-6-5 with a tiebreaker loss to H2k Gaming.
Defaulting to Kikis in the top lane for the playoffs, Fnatic faced H2k in the quarterfinals, but lost 0-3 to the eventual World Championship semifinalists. Fnatic next competed in the Regional Finals, where they were dispatched 0-3 by a red-hot Unicorns of Love.
In an offseason vividly reminiscent of 2015, Fnatic again suffered roster losses to four fifths of its positions. With the retirement of long-time support player YellOwStaR, along with the departures of Spirit and Febiven to the Afreeca Freecs and H2k Gaming, respectively, and Kikis stepping down to a substitute role, Fnatic searched for a roster to reinvigorate its middling position among the EU LCS. Fnatic first turned to former top lane legend sOAZ and veteran jungler Amazing as they departed a similarly emptying Origen, and picked up LCS rookie Caps and Immortals coach Jesiz as support.
EU LCS Spring Split
- January 5th, Wickd and Panda join as subs. Kikis, DoubleG and Klaj leave.
- February 6th, Broxah joins as starting jungler for week 4 and 5 for 2017 EU LCS Spring Season. Amazing will be taking a two week break from competitive play.
- February 26th, Amazing leaves and joins Fnatic Academy. 
- February (approx.), Wickd leaves.
- February 28th, Zhergoth and Blumigan join as subs. Pandarlicious leaves.
- March 20th, NicoThePico leaves coaching role. Quaye becomes the interim coach. Garki joins as the temporary team manager.
- January 6th, ShLaYa leaves.
- January 7th, Sanchez and Mikyx join as subs. Kektz and avenuee leave.
- February 9th, Klaj joins. NoXiAK moves to a substitute position.
- February 24th, NoXiAK leaves.
- March 6th, 2nd Place at the IEM Season X - World Championship.
- April 24th, Mikyx leaves.
- May 11th, YellOwStaR rejoins. Klaj moves to sub.
- May 18th, Werlyb joins as a sub. Sanchez leaves.
- July 3rd, DoubleG joins as a sub.
- July 12th, Kikis joins. Gamsu leaves.
- July 21st, NicoThePico joins as assistant coach. Wolle joins as an analyst.
- August 6th, Deilor leaves coaching role. NicoThePico moves to head coach.
- August 10th, GuySake leaves analyst role.
- September 28th, Spirit leaves.
- October 14th, Werlyb leaves.
- October 19th, YellOwStaR retires.
- December 1st, Amazing, Caps, and Jesiz join. sOAZ rejoins. Kikis moves to sub. Febiven leaves. Kubz joins as assistant coach.
- January 8th, new roster is announced. Febiven, Steeelback, Reignover, and Huni join. sOAZ leaves.
- April 19th, 1st Place at the 2015 EU LCS Spring Playoffs.
- April 21st, Fnatic partners with Twitch.
- May 9th, 3rd-4th place at 2015 Mid-Season Invitational.
- May 14th, Rekkles rejoins. Steeelback moves to a substitute position.
- May 27th, Steeelback leaves.
- July 22nd, Shlaya joins as a sub.
- October 25th, 3rd-4th place in the 2015 Season World Championship.
- November 23rd, Huni and Reignover leave.
- December 1st, YellOwStaR leaves.
- December 17th, Gamsu, Spirit, and NoXiAK join.
- April 17th, 1st Place at the 2014 EU LCS Spring Playoffs.
- June 21st, Araneae joins as the coach.
- August 16th, 2nd Place at the 2014 EU LCS Summer Playoffs.
- September 8th, Toyz joins as the coach for the 2014 World Championship. 
- October 10th, Araneae steps down as coach.
- November 24th, Rekkles leaves.
- December 5th, Cyanide retires and xPeke leaves.
- January 14th, YellOwStar joins.
- January 20th, 3rd-4th Place at the IEM Season VII - Global Challenge Katowice.
- April 28th, 1st Place at the LCS Europe Season 3 Spring Playoffs.
- July 4th, nRated is released. YellOwStaR becomes the support. puszu joins as the temporary AD carry.
- August 24th, Qualifies for Season 3 World Championship.
- August 25th, 1st Place at the LCS Europe Season 3 Summer Playoffs.
- September 28th, 3rd-4th Place at the Season 3 World Championship.
- November 22nd, Rekkles moves to a starting position, puszu leaves.
- November 24th, 2nd Place at IEM Season VIII - Cologne.
- January 19, MagicFingers leaves.
- May 23rd, Pheilox joins as the sixth player, Mellisan becomes inactive.
- June 4th, Shushei leaves.
- June 5th, sOAZ joins.
- July 11th, Mellisan leaves.
- August 5th, Pheilox leaves.
- August 12th, nRated joins.
- September 16th, Lamia retires. 
- November, Rekkles joins.
- November 23rd, 1st Place in the DreamHack Winter 2012
- December 2nd, 2nd Place in the IGN ProLeague Season 5
- December 16th, 2nd Place in the IEM Season VII - Global Challenge Cologne
- December 26th, Rekkles leaves and joins Fnatic.Beta.
- March 14, Fnatic recruits roster from myRevenge. WetDreaM, xPeke, LaMiaZeaLoT, Shushei, CyanideFI, Mellisan, and MagicFingers join.
- May, WetDreaM leaves.
- June 20, 1st Place Riot Season 1 Championship
- August 21, 3rd Place IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne
- October 16, 1st Place IEM Season VI - Global Challenge New York
|hyrqBot||John Velly||Jungle||Cyanide||Paris Games Week 2012|
|wewillfailer||Bram de Winter||Top||xPeke||Season 1 World Championship|
|Pandarlicious||Yannick Greff||Sub/Support||Fnatic Academy|
|Wickd||Mike Petersen||Sub/Top||Dark Passage|
|Amazing||Maurice Stückenschneider||Jungle||Fnatic Academy|
|Kikis||Mateusz Szkudlarek||Sub/Top||Fnatic Academy|
|DoubleG||Giedrius Dagys||Sub/AD||Mysterious Monkeys|
|Klaj||Johan Olsson||Sub/Support||Fnatic Academy|
|YellOwStaR||Bora Kim||Support||Paris Saint-Germain|
|Werlyb||Jorge Casanovas||Sub/Top||ThunderX3 Baskonia|
|Spirit||Lee Da-yoon (이다윤)||Jungle||Afreeca Freecs|
|Gamsu||Noh Yeong-jin (노영진)||Top||Retired|
|Sanchez||Jorge Cabildo Sánchez||Sub/AD||Baskonia eSports|
|NoXiAK||Lewis Simon Felix||Sub/Support||Team ROCCAT|
|Kektz||Bor Jeršan||Sub/Top||3sUP Enterprises|
|avenuee||Mustafa Atalay||Sub/Mid||Team AURORA|
|ShLaYa||Tony Carmona||Sub/Mid||Team Vitality|
|Huni||Heo Seung-hoon (허승훈)||Top||Immortals|
|Reignover||Kim Yeu-jin (김의진)||Jungle||Immortals|
|Steeelback||Pierre Medjaldi||AD||Odyssey Gaming|
|nRated||Christoph Seitz||Support||Evil Geniuses|
|WetDreaM||Tim Buysse||Jungle||SK Gaming|
Player LCS Participation
- For a full chart listing all LCS players, click here.
- Only regular season games are listed. Last update: after LCS Summer 2017 - Week 2
|Samuel Mathews||Chairman & Co-Founder|
|Wouter Sleijffers||Chief Executive Officer|
|cArn||Patrik Sättermon||Chief Gaming Officer|
|Quaye||Finlay Stewart||Interim Coach|
|Kubz||Kublai Barlas||Assistant Coach|
|Darren Newnham||Head of Business Development|
|DRUNKKZ3||Florian Le Bihan||Team Operations Manager|
|StreeT||Danijel Remus||Head of Project & Streaming|
|Daniel Lopez||Head of Creative Services|
|Ian Dunbar||eCommerce Manager|
|Garki||Michael Bolze||Team Manager||Quaye||2017 EU LCS Spring Season - Week 9 & 10|
|NicoThePico||Nicholas Korsgaard||Head Coach|
|Deilor||Luis Sevilla Petit||Head Coach|
|IzpAH||Oliver Steer||Team Manager||H2k-Gaming|
|Jarge||Joshua Smith||Head Analyst||Team SoloMid|
|JoyLuck||Yun Deok-jin (윤떡진)||Analyst|
|Araneae||Alvar Martín Aleñar||Coach||INTZ e-Sports|
|Toyz||Wai Kin "Kurtis" Lau (劉偉健)||Coach||Hong Kong Esports|
|Rico||Sami Harbi||Team Manager||Millenium|
|hxd||Harry Wiggett||Team Manager|
|In Major Tournaments|
|2012-12-09||1st||THOR Open 2012||2 : 0||Copenhagen Wolves||kr 70,000|
|2012-11-04||1st||Paris Games Week 2012||2 : 0||GSU Gaming||$ 6,000|
|2012-10-26||7 - 8th||Tales of the Lane||2 : 2||Group Stage (W/L)|
|2012-10-02||1st||ESL Major Series Season X||2 : 0||Team Eloblade||€ 2,500|
|2012-08-25||1st||Campus Gaming Party: Berlin||3 : 0||MeetYourMakers||$ 10,000|
- April 3rd, [LoL] Fnatic's Top 5 Plays from the 2016 Spring Split (2m54s)
- March 6th, Lamia's pentakill with Ashe at IEM Hannover
- January 14th, Johnny about Patch 7.1 and the new Meta-Game with Sport1
- September 7th, cArn: "There will be tears" with Sport1
- September 8th, Fnatic’s manager Quaye on their rough season and the future of the team with theScore
- January 22nd, Coaching in the LCS: Deilor Interview with Fnatic
- January 25th, Deilor: “Si no nos clasificamos para el mundial sentiría que he fracasado” (Spanish) with FailFlash / (English Translation) with Paravine
- May 15th, AMA: Deilor with League of Legends - Spain
- June 10th, Building a Winning Team: Deilor after Week 2 of LCS with Fnatic
- September 15th, Fnatic CEO: 'We have an interest in an American team' with The DailyDot
- June 26th, Araneae: Fnatic coach talks League of Legends with Redbull
- July 4th, EU LCS 2014 Summer W7: Interview with Fnatic Araneae (video) with SK Gaming
- January 20th, IEM Katowice - Interview with Fnatic.cyanide with GosuGamers
- February 10th, Fnatic LoL AMA Answers (video) with Fnatic
- February 20th, Fnatic LoL AMA: Take #2 (video) with Fnatic
- February 19th, Xpeke from fnatic Interview Lcs Championship Series week 2 day 2 europe - with lolesports
- May 15th, LCS Europe Interview with Fnatic xPeke - with escene TV
- September 26th, Pre Worlds: League of Legends Team Interview (video) with Fnatic
- October 25th, An interview with Sami Harbi, manager of the Fnatic League of Legends team with Screen Robot
- March 1st, Fnatic LoL team and the Intel Extreme Masters: A Brief History by Lepertum on Fnatic
- March 29th, The kingdom crumbles: Kelsey Moser's 5 storylines to watch ahead of Fnatic vs. Vitality by Kelsey Moser on theScore
- March 29th, EU LCS Playoff preview - Fnatic vs. Vitality by Adel Chouadria on ESPN
- April 3rd, Fnatic Impresses, Origen Reassures at EU LCS quarterfinals by Adel Chouadria on ESPN
- April 8th, Kelsey Moser's EU LCS Semifinals Preview: The tandem bike and the unicycles by Kelsey Moser on theScore
- May 25th, Summer 2016 EU LCS Team-by-Team Preview Day Four: Fnatic (Podcast) by Rough Drafts on Soundcloud
- May 28th, Comparing League of Legends teams to their traditional sports counterparts by Connor Smith on Slingshot
- May 31st, Every game matters: Fnatic's experience in best-of series by Lepertum on Fnatic
- December 1st, Something Old, Something New: Fnatic’s dramatic, all-European reboot by Tim Sevenhuysen on theScore
- January 21st, The Journey To The West: What Past Players Suggest About Fnatic's Future In Top Lane by Gold Per 10
- February 11th, Success based in limitation: the rise of Fnatic and Snake by theScore
- February 12th, Fnatic: Rebuilding a Dynasty by LoL Esports
- February 19th, Rebuilding Fnatic, Part 1: The offseason break up by Red Bull
- March 18th, Rebuilding Fnatic, Part 2: A Korean odyssey by Red Bull
- March 27th, Rebuilding Fnatic, Part 3: Putting a team together by Red Bull
- April 2nd, Rebuilding Fnatic, Part 4: Facing the Future by Red Bull
- April 18th, The fluke of Lee Sin top and Fnatic's favor from theScore
- May 5th, Fnatic - MSI Preview from Azubu
- May 14th, Rekkles and a better Fnatic from theScore
- July 8th, Fnatic's mortality: four case studies on Europe's undefeated team from theScore
- July 14th, It's In The Look: Fnatic's Flaws from theScore
- August 16th, Fnatic's Sivir sweep from theScore
- August 18th, Who can finally defeat Fnatic, and how? from LoL Esports
- August 20th, The Fnatic: How EU LCS finals might reframe one team's history from theScore
- August 21st, Topic of Thorin: Can FNATIC win Worlds? from Follow eSports
- September 10th, The pride of Europe: Fnatic from LoL Esports
- September 16th, Worlds 2015 Team Profile - Fnatic from Esports Heaven
- September 17th, The Road to Worlds: an in-depth look at Fnatic from theScore
- October 5th, The Final Fight: Season 1 Champ Fnatic from LoL Esports
- October 6th, Why Fnatic are failing in this tournament and how they can learn from KOO vs. CLG from Esports Heaven
- October 19th, Fnatic finding Form: Struggles, Adaptation, Innovation by Naser "Empyre" Al-Naqi on Follow eSports
- December 16th, Carrying on the Spirit of Fnatic by Kelsey Moser on theScore
- September 12th, Breaking down Group C - from LoL Esports
- September 23rd, League of Legends World Championship Preview – Group C - from Azubu
- October 2nd, Worlds Group C Statistics: The Numbers Behind the Group of Death - from Cloth5
- December 5th, Xpeke and Cyanide say goodbye to Fnatic - from The Daily Dot
- December 23rd, sOAZ set to part ways with Fnatic, said to be on trial with Origen - from The Daily Dot
- December 30th, Fnatic pass over Tabzz, set to gamble on Steelback - from The Daily Dot
- January 19th, Fnatic LoL 2017 - Ready for the fight by Fnatic
- January 20th, Life of Legends - Season 2 Episode 1 - New Blood
- January 27th, Life of Legends - Season 2 Episode 2 - Noxiak
- February 3rd, Life of Legends - Season 2 Episode 3 - Foundations
- February 10th, Life of Legends - Season 2 Episode 4 - Rekkles
- February 17th, Life of Legends - Season 2 Episode 5 - Gamsu
- February 24th, Life of Legends - Season 2 Episode 6 - Febiven
- March 2nd, Life of Legends - Season 2 Episode 7 - Klaj
- March 16th, Life of Legends - Season 2 Episode 8 - Spirit
- March 23rd, Life of Legends - Season 2 Episode 9 - Still In The Game
- June 6th, Life of Legends Season 3 Episode 1 - Changes
- June 13th, Life of Legends Season 3 Episode 2 - Enviroment
- June 20th, Life of Legends S03E03 - TEAMWORK
- June 28th, Life of Legends S03E04 - FAME
- July 7th, Life of Legends S03E05 - PRESSURE
- July 13th, Life of Legends S03E06 - LIFESTYLE
- June 4th, Life of Legends - Episode 1
- June 10th, Life of Legends - Episode 2
- June 17th, Life of Legends - Episode 3
- June 24th, Life of Legends - Episode 4
- July 1st, Life of Legends - Episode 5
- July 8th, Life of Legends - Episode 6
- July 14th, Life of Legends - Episode 7
- July 22nd, Life of Legends - Episode 8
- July 30th, Life of Legends - Episode 9
- August 5th, Life of Legends - Deleted Scenes (Part 1)
- August 12th, Life of Legends - Deleted Scenes (Part 2)
- August 19th, Life of Legends - Episode 10
- August 26th, Life of Legends - Episode 11
- September 23rd, LoL Korea Bootcamp Tour
- September 28th, Life of Legends - Journey to Worlds
- November 12th, Life of Legends: Worlds
- December 18th, Presenting Fnatic League of Legends 2016
- Fnatic in 2012: LoL in Review fnatic.com
- Fnatic Team Profile on lolesports.com
- Wallstreet Journal Article The Wall Street Journal
- The Story of Fnatic at IEM Katowice (video) onGamers.com
- MagicFingers departs from FnaticRaidCall.LoL fnatic.com
- FnaticRC.LoL announce sixth playe fnatic.com
- Fnatic releases Shushei fnatic.com
- Fnatic welcomes sOAZ fnatic.com
- Mellisan departs Fnatic fnatic.com
- LaMia retires from gaming fnatic.com
- Rekkles joins Fnatic Academy fnatic.com
- California Dreamin by Fnatic YouTube.com
- Fnatic Website Post fnatic.com
- Fnatic's Facebook Post facebook.com
- Fnatic's Facebook Post facebook.com
- Fnatic LoL: Coaching Staff Changes fnatic.com
- Les remplaçants LCS de Team Vitality team-vitality.fr
- Official Roster announcement: Changes to our LCS line-up fnatic.com
- LoL Team Update: Noxiak to Roccat fnatic.com
- Official Roster Announcement: Mikyx joins LCS Team as Support splyce.gg
- Fnatic sign DoubleG as substitute thescoreesports.com
- G2 agrees to terms with Fnatic for Kikis g2esports.com
- Official Roster Announcement: Changes to our LCS line-up fnatic.com
- Introducing Fnatic’s New Assistant-Coach and Analyst fnatic.com
- Thanks for everything, Deilor! fnatic.com
- Fabien Ungerer's Tweet twitter.com
- Farewell, Spirit! fnatic.com
- Werlyb's Facebook Post facebook.com
- Yellowstar: A Legend Retires fnatic.com
- FNATIC's Tweet twitter.com
- FNATIC's Tweet twitter.com
- The new era of Fnatic League of Legends fnatic.com
- Fnatic partners with Twitch fnatic.com
- The Return of Rekkles fnatic.com
- Fnatic's tweet twitter.com
- Farewell Huni and Reignover - GL,HF! fnatic.com
- Merci, YellOwStaR! fnatic.com
- Welcome Spirit, Gamsu and Noxiak to Fnatic LoL fnatic.com
- One Spaniard Isn't Enough fnatic.com
- Toyz's Facebook Status facebook.com
- Araneae Alvar's Facebook Status facebook.com
- Fnatic's Twitter Post twitter.com
- Farewell Peke & Cyanide - Thanks for the memories! fnatic.com
- FnaticRC LoL welcome YellOwStaR fnatic.com
- Changes in the Fnatic LoL Team fnatic.com
- Brace yourself, Rekkles is coming! fnatic.com
- MagicFingers departs from FnaticRaidCall.LoL fnatic.com
- FnaticRC LoL Announce Sixth Player fnatic.com
- Fnatic Releases Shushei fnatic.com
- Fnatic Welcomes sOAZ fnatic.com
- Mellisan departs Fnatic fnatic.com
- Pheilox out of FnaticRC League of Legends fnatic.com
- Fnatic welcome nRated fnatic.com
- LaMia retires from gaming fnatic.com
- Rekkles joins Fnatic Academy fnatic.com
- FnaticMSI enters League of Legends fnatic.com
- Fnatic former captain speaks about why he left sk-gaming.com