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Fnatic
Fnatic Logo.svg
Information
Location: Flag Europe.png Europe
Manager: Flag Sweden.png Sahil Deva
Sponsors: Azubu
SteelSeries
MSI
EIZO
Winamax
King of Shaves
AVAST
DXRacer
Links
Website: http://fnatic.com/
Facebook: fnatic
Twitter: FNATIC
YouTube: fnaticTV
History
Created:


Fnatic is a professional electronic sports organization based out of Australia, UK and The Netherlands. Fnatic was founded in July 23, 2004.[1] Fnatic is particularly well-known for its highly successful Counter-Strike team, which is the single most financially-successful Counter-Strike team in electronic sports history.[2] Fnatic is one of the founding members of the G7 Teams.[3]

History[edit]

In 2008, Fnatic acquired sponsors MSI and SteelSeries, two supporters of E-Sports. During this time, Fnatic picked up a new DotA team. This roster lasted until the end of said year.

In late 2011, Fnatic took up GamersLeague's Dota 2 team as their own Dota 2 team, which they eventually dropped in March 2012. Fnatic's Heroes of Newerth squad then switched over to Dota 2.

In October 2012, Fnatic picked up American squad Josh Tabak Dota as their second team.

In January 2013, 4 members of Fnatic's North American roster were dropped. The squad has since completely disbanded.

In August 2014, Era left the team.[4] Later that month, BigDaddy and Fly left the team to join Secret Team.[5]

Current Roster[edit]

Achievements[edit]

DotA[edit]

  • 1st Place ESWC Regional Championship (2008)[6]
  • 2nd Place Electronic Sports Thailand Championship (2008)[6]
  • 1st Place World GameMaster Tournament Season 1 (2008)
  • 1st Place World GameMaster Tournament Season 2 (2008)[6]
  • 1st Place Make Games Colorful (2008)[6]
  • 1st Place GamesCom (2009)[7]

Dota 2[edit]

Fnatic.eu[edit]

Place Tournament Location Date Prize money
2nd Place Dreamhack Winter 2011 Corsair Vengeance Cup Flag Sweden.png Jönköping, Sweden 25 - 26 November 2011 25,000 SEK
1st Place SLTV ProSeries Season 2 Online 16 May - 12 July 2012 $700 USD
1st Place Absolute Arena Dota 2 Invitational #2 Online 23 - 27 July 2012 $700 USD
1st Place Dreamhack Open 2012 Valencia Online 22 - 23 September 2012 €4,000 EUR + qualification to Dreamhack Winter 2012 + Hardware
3rd Place Dreamhack Winter 2012 Corsair Vengeance Cup Flag Sweden.png Jönköping, Sweden 22 - 25 November 2012 25,000 SEK
1st Place Thor Open Flag Sweden.png Kistamässan, Sweden 8 - 9 December 2012 $14,450 USD
3rd Place SLTV StarSeries Season Four Online & Flag Ukraine.png Kiev, Ukraine 12 November - 23 December 2012 $2,000 USD
2nd Place RaidCall EMS One Season 1 - Cup 1 Online 11 - 12 February 2013 $200 USD
3rd Place RaidCall EMS One Season 1 - Cup 3 Online 25 - 26 February 2013 $100 USD
1st Place DotaHut Invitational Online 17 January - 3 March 2013 $1,200 USD
3rd Place RaidCall EMS One Season 1 - Cup 4 Online 11 - 12 March 2013 $100 USD
2nd Place The Defense 3 Online 4 December 2012 - 30 March 2013 $5,000 USD
2nd Place SLTV StarSeries Season Five Online & Flag Ukraine.png Kiev, Ukraine 15 February - 7 April 2013 $4,000 USD
3rd Place Dreamhack Dota 2 Invitational Online 14 March - 18 April 2013 $1,000 USD
~5 RaidCall EMS One Season 1 Online & Flag Poland.png Katowice, Poland 18 March - 21 April 2013 $2,000 USD
~7 WePlay Dota 2 League Season 1 Online 16 March - 13 May 2013 $500 USD in gear
3rd Place RaidCall EMS One Season 2 - Cup 3 (Europe) Online 3 - 4 June 2013 $100 USD
2nd Place Bigpoint Battle 5 Online 22 - 23 June 2013 €500 EUR
1st Place Eizo Cup 5 Online 27 - 28 June 2013 €1,250 EUR
3rd Place RaidCall EMS One Season 2 Online & Flag Poland.png Katowice, Poland 5 June - 14 July 2013 $4,000 USD
3rd Place EG RaidCall Dota 2 League Season 3 Online & Flag Spain.png Valencia, Spain 20 May - 19 July 2013 $2,000 USD
2nd Place Bigpoint Battle 6 Online 20 - 21 July 2013 €500 EUR
3rd Place Corsair Gaming Summer Tournament 2013 Online 28 June - 26 July 2013 $1,500 USD
~7 The International 2013 Flag United States.png Seattle, Washington, United States 2 - 11 August 2013 $43,116 USD
1st Place RaidCall EMS One Season 3 - Cup 3 Online 16 - 17 September 2013 $600 USD
1st Place Netolic Pro League 4 (West) - Cup 1 Online 9 - 20 October 2013 $1,000 USD
1st Place Nexon Invitational Super Match - Week 1 Flag South Korea.png Seoul, South Korea 28 - 31 October 2013 $15,000 USD
1st Place Eizo Cup 9 Online 9 - 10 November 2013 €2,500 EUR
5 MLG Columbus 2013 Flag United States.png Columbus, Ohio, United States 22 - 24 November 2013 $2,738 USD
2nd Place ASUS ROG DreamLeague Kick-Off Season Online & Flag Sweden.png Jönköping, Sweden 4 - 30 November 2013 $15,000 USD
2nd Place RaidCall EMS One Season 3 Flag Poland.png Tychy, Poland 7 - 8 December 2013 $7,000 USD
1st Place Netolic Pro League 4 (West) Online 9 October - 12 December 2013 $6,000 USD
2nd Place Fragbite Masters 2013 Online 21 October - 14 December 2013 50,000 SEK (~$7,800 USD)
2nd Place EG HyperX Dota 2 League Season 4 Online & Flag United States.png Las Vegas, Nevada, United States 14 October 2013 - 8 January 2014 $15,000 USD
4 SLTV StarSeries Season Eight Online & Flag Ukraine.png Kiev, Ukraine 25 November 2013 - 19 January 2014 $12,400 USD
1st Place XMG Captains Draft Invitational Online 18 February - 1 April 2014 $20,085 USD
1st Place MLG T.K.O. Europe Online 4 February - 16 April 2014 $14,000 USD
14 The International 2014 Flag United States.png Seattle, Washington, United States 8 July - 21 July 2014 $21,861 USD

Fnatic.na[edit]

Place Tournament Location Date Prize money
1st Place GosuCup Americas I Online 17 - 18 November 2012 $500 USD
1st Place 4PL Play4Dota2 South America Edition Online 8 - 9 December 2012 €100 EUR

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "fnatic turns 2 year old". fnatic. http://www.fnatic.com/feature/3634/Fnatic-turns-2-years-old.html. 
  2. "Team Money Ranking". SK Gaming. http://www.sk-gaming.com/esportindex/?a=s&n=fnatic&t=t. 
  3. "G7 Teams Announced". G7 Teams. 2006-08-08. http://www.g7teams.com/pr/2006-08-08_g7teams_forms.pdf. Retrieved 2010-10-22. 
  4. "Farewell and Thank You Era". http://www.fnatic.com/content/96196/farewell-and-thank-you-era. 
  5. "Fnatic Parts Ways with BigDaddy and Fly". http://fnatic.com/content/96198/fnatic-parts-with-bigdaddy-fly. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 "Fnatic DotA". mYm. http://www.mymym.com/en/article/876/1.html. Retrieved 2011-08-11. 
  7. "gamescom DotA". fnatic. http://www.fnatic.com/news/3045/GamesCom-FnaticMSI-Dota-are-Riot-Games-Champions-Interview-with-Kebap.html. Retrieved 2011-08-13.