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Team Information
Location: Europe
Team Captain: Realzx
Website: Fnatic
DoTA2: Fnatic
Heroes of the Storm: Fnatic

Biography[edit | edit source]

The European based organization is home to one of the most tight knit teams in competitive SMITE history. The members of FNATIC stuck together through thick and thin last season, forging a team that functions like a family. After finishing second place at the Season 1 European Championship, the team landed themselves in Atlanta, Georgia for the SMITE World Championship 2015 where they eventually took fourth place. With a much stronger online presence this year after the Spring Split, FNATIC is a team to fear.

History[edit | edit source]

On March 6, 2015, SK Gaming became FNATIC when the team was acquired by the organization.

Timeline[edit | edit source]

  • November 8th, Fnatic is formed from the roster of Exposed Secrets
  • November 16th, Fnatic tie for 3rd/4th place at the EU Regionals
  • December 23rd, Fnatic disbands

Player Roster[edit | edit source]

Pro League[edit | edit source]

IGN Name Role
EU.jpg maniaKK João Ferreira Solo
EU.jpg Zyrhoes Joakim Verngren Mid
EU.jpg Realzx Marcus Vining Hunter

Active[edit | edit source]

IGN Name Role
EU.jpg Zyrhoes Joakim Verngren Jungle
EU.jpg Realzx Marcus Vining Hunter
EU.jpg maniaKK João Ferreira Solo

Former[edit | edit source]

IGN Name Role
CaptainTwig Ben Knight Mid
Badgah Bo Katzenmaier Guardian
Xaliea Jereon Klaver Solo

Tournament Results[edit | edit source]

Date Event Placing Winnings
04-26-15 SMITE Pro League Season 2 Spring Finals Bronzemedal.png 3rd place $12,500
06-28-2015 SMITE Pro League EU Summer Season Silvermedal.png 2rd Qualified for Summer Finals
11-22-2015 SMITE Pro League EU Fall Season Bronzemedal.png 3rd place $40,000 & Qualified for SWC 2016
01-10-2016 SMITE World Championship 2016 5 - 8th place $25,000