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The Summer Finals are here and it is time to fight it out for the crown of champions.
Today we announce the departure of Kaldi from Fnatic, with this we will also be closing our Hearthstone division.
Fnatic is looking to qualify for Gamescom in Cologne for the largest prize money in HoTS so far, but the first placed team also gets an invite to the WCA Finals in China!
With a so-far perfect record of 16-0, Fnatic is heading into the last week of the regular Summer Split. The boys have their eyes set on a flawless closing. While waiting for the matches of the closing week of EU LCS Summer Split, we sat down to talk with Febiven. We begin with the recent AP changes then move onto match-ups in the lane, playing under pressure and his role in the team.
The SMITE Summer Finals are right around the corner and we look ahead to the big event.
The FACEIT League 2015 Stage 2 Finals has now begun. The rules are unchanged. Kinguin and Na'vi are replacing EnVyUs and the Oceanic division
Today we announce our partnership with Monster Energy! Read on for more details.
Lately there has been quite a lot of analysis of Fnatic’s recent plays so we sat down to speak with the team coach Luis “Deilor” Sevilla Petit. He told us what the team is up to now and shared his insights on the last week’s matches against H2k-Gaming and Origen that were truly nerve-racking for the fans.
After an impressive victory at ESL ESEA Pro League Season 1 Finals and a lionshare of the $250,000 prizepool, we sit down with Markus "pronax" Wallsten to discuss the event.
Fnatic manager Oliver “IzpAH” Steer, team coach Luis “Deilor” Sevilla and captain Bora “YellOwStaR” Kim together with H2k-Gaming coach Neil "pr0lly" Hammad and Team ROCCAT coach Jakob "YamatoCannon" Mebdi shared their opinions on a possible expansion of the Korean division of EU LCS.
This is the 8th edition of the BenQ All-Star Showmatches for CS:Go. This time Fnatic will be up against their polish rivals Virtus.pro battling out a $3.000 Prizemoney
We are currently looking for positions to help redesign Fnatic.com
The ESL ESEA Pro League will feature 24 teams from Europe and North America split up into two divisions of 12 teams each: Europe and North America. A total of $500.000 prize-pool. Matches will be Best-of-One format. Top 4 teams advance to playoffs
As Fnatic remain unbeaten coming into Week 6 of the EU LCS Spring Split, we sat down with Bora to chat about the personal challenges he is facing with the new roster and about the team’s mindset that is so different from the ones of their rivals. We also asked other European supports about their thoughts on the Fnatic captain.
Today we are happy to announce our new partnership with DXseat
We are back at Jönköping for yet another bootcamp! This time our Dota 2 team will be preparing and practicing for TI5 with our old friends from Gameffect
The Summer Split of the SMITE Pro League is here
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As FNATIC is marching strong into Week 5 of the Summer Split with an impeccable 8:0 record, we give you a closer look on the story of Huni, who strongly believes that one day he could be the best League of Legends player in the world.
After a well fought victory at Dreamhack Summer 2015, comes an interview with Olof "olofmeister" Kajbjer to discuss achievements, the new league, and the future for Fnatic CS:GO.
ESL One is around the corner and the time has come for the seeding matches! Top 3 teams will get to choose their opponents to make their way to the prestigious trophy easier! Of course no need to mention the luxurious prize pool of over $250,000!
This week we sit down with vuggo to talk about Fnatic CS:GO's recent success at Dreamhack Summer 2015 as well as the current issues with CS:GO.
Long-awaited FNATIC versus Origen match is almost here. FNATIC boys and also the previous FNATIC superstar xPeke, currently owner of team Origen, told us how they feel before such a hyped duel.
DreamHack is back and it takes place today in Jonkoping. The previous one was in Tours, and Fnatic successfully managed to win over EnVyUs to win the event. Will they be able to have the same success on home soil ?