August 13, 2018 - DreamTeam, the ultimate teambuilding and skill-growing platform, announced today the start of a partnership with one of the most iconic teams to ever compete in esports, the legendary Fnatic.

The partnership between Fnatic and DreamTeam will include actively working together to bring the best service and content to DreamTeam users and Fnatic fans. Fnatic’s CS:GO and LoL players will be using the platform’s new and existing features, creating video content, and providing professional insights into how to improve the DreamTeam platform to help users take their games to the next level.

“With Fnatic using and giving feedback on our platform, DreamTeam users will have an opportunity to not only get noticed by Fnatic but will also be guaranteed that the DreamTeam platform is the best in the industry when it comes to features and ease of use. With the expertise of Fnatic, DreamTeam will continue to improve our teambuilding and skill-growing features to remain the go-to place for finding teammates. With 700k users, joining or building a team has never been easier or quicker.” said Alexander Kokhanovskyy, DreamTeam CEO and Co-Founder.

This integration with Fnatic will help the DreamTeam platform development, expand teambuilding opportunities for players and open all possibilities for DreamTeam to become a single entry point for all interested parties.

“Through partnering with DreamTeam, we want to expand esports by giving all players the tools needed to create a team, find teammates, and improve their skills. We believe that by collaborating with DreamTeam, both parties will be able to continue to push what is available to every gamer, from casual to competitive. And with Fnatics professional insights, the upcoming DreamTeam features will, without a doubt, make DreamTeam the platform for esports,” noted Patrik Sattermon, Chief Gaming Office and Co-Owner, Fnatic.

“It’s flattering that DreamTeam has chosen Fnatic as a partner to grow and develop the DreamTeam platform for all aspiring competitive gamers” added Wouter Sleijffers, CEO, Fnatic. “Over the years we’ve learned ‘the hard way’ growing our brand, managing our teams, and successfully remaining on top. The DreamTeam platform is just making it a lot easier to achieve success, whether using some of our expertise or just following your own esports dream.”