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Team Information
Elroy "Noname" Pinto
Approx. Total Winnings:
Player earnings:
GosuCoaching Premiere League Season 1
Solo Achievements
IEM Season V - American Championships IGN ProLeague Season 4

Fnatic is a gaming organization originating in Australia and the UK, with registered offices in Australia, the UK and the Netherlands. The Fnatic team was founded by Sam Mathews with help from Joris Van Laerhoven and Anne Mathews. The organization is widely known for a variety of teams, most particularly in having one of the most successful Counter-Strike 1.6 teams in the world. Fnatic's main offices are in London.

Despite being mainly concentrated on Team FPS and Duel eSport titles in the past, Fnatic recruited a strong Asian Brood War team in 2008, with players such as Sen, JayStar, Never and F91 - the team which later became DuskBin. Fnatic enjoyed two fruitful spells with Warcraft III. Their European team held players such as Satiini and RotterdaM, while their later Korean team included FoCuS and Shy.

In anticipation of the release of StarCraft II, Fnatic organized a Rookie Draft, with the aim of discovering StarCraft talent for their new squad. Over 300 players from all around the world fought in the FnaticMSI Rookie Draft for the chance to become a FnaticMSI player, with four players from the top 16 in the tournament taking up places with the competitive gaming behemoth. Fenix, TT1, KawaiiRice and funkay were awarded the spots in Fnatic's new team, but eventually another two top players from the tournament, Krr and Praetor were recruited. With Xeris as their manager, Fnatic continued building up their squad after SC2's release, recruiting bigger names such as Sen, IefNaij and LucifroN.

On June 24, 2011, FnaticMSI signed Korean player Rain. Although not the first time a Korean professional gamer has joined a foreign team, this is the first time that someone as notable as the GSL 3 runner-up has. Rain would be living in the U.S. to practice and participate in tournaments. Fnatic also created a Korean Academy team. After the departure of Xeris as manager, as well as most of their western squad, Fnatic continued building their Korean lineup, most notably, with the Warcraft III legend, Moon, and in March 2012, Fnatic opened a South Korean team house, from where their new team would be based, and well placed to participate in the GSL and GSTL.

Despite mixed results in Korea, in January 2013, Fnatic announced the closure of their operations in South Korea, including letting go of their South Korean players, and closure of the gaming house, and that they would be shifting focus back to Europe, after the huge investment of around $250,000 proved to be unsustainable. Over in Europe, they would be represented by several well known players, such as NightEnD, Naama and SaSe.

Whilst retaining a strong base of professional players, Fnatic's General Manager and StarCraft II Team Manager, Elroy 'Noname' Pinto continued to acquire and develop young and talented European and North American players such as Harstem, Miniraser and Zanster the most successful of which would eventually be promoted to the professional roster. Fnatic ensured that all their players remained in the limelight by creating content particularly through their own dedicated caster, Pughy to host events such as the Fnatic Showmatch and the SteelSeries King of the Hill.



Notable Former Players[edit]

Full list of player transfers and former players here.

Former Squad
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
South Korea Terran aLive
(Han Lee Seok)
Han Lee Seok
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
Evil GeniusesEvil Geniuses Evil Geniuses
South Korea Zerg ByuL
(Han Ji Won)
Han Ji Won
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
Incredible MiracleIncredible Miracle Incredible Miracle
Peru Terran Fenix
(Jian Carlo Morayra Alejo)
Jian Carlo Morayra Alejo
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
Incredible MiracleIncredible Miracle Incredible Miracle
Netherlands Protoss Harstem
(Kevin de Koning)
Kevin de Koning
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
Invasion eSportInvasion eSport Invasion eSport
United States Protoss hellokitty
(Zifeng Wang)
Zifeng Wang
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
Denmark Protoss Ignite
(Alexander Cvitanich Haugsted)
Alexander Cvitanich Haugsted
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
RedbloodsRedbloods Redbloods
United States Terran KawaiiRice
(Lok-Yin Kwong)
Lok-Yin Kwong
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
LighT eSportsLighT eSports LighT eSports
South Korea Terran Rain
(Park Seo Yong)
Park Seo Yong
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
Sweden Zerg Miniraser
(Viktor Malmberg)
Viktor Malmberg
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
Imaginary GamingImaginary Gaming Imaginary Gaming
South Korea Zerg Moon
(Jang Jae Ho)
Jang Jae Ho
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
Finland Terran Naama
(Santeri Lahtinen)
Santeri Lahtinen
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
United States Terran Neeb
(Alex Sunderhaft)
Alex Sunderhaft
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
TingTing Ting
Romania Protoss NightEnD
(Silviu Lazar)
Silviu Lazar
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
NewRoSoftNewRoSoft NewRoSoft
South Korea Protoss Oz
(Kim Hak Soo)
Kim Hak Soo
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
Evil GeniusesEvil Geniuses Evil Geniuses
Sweden Protoss SaSe
(Kim Hammar)
Kim Hammar
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
Taiwan Zerg Sen
(Chia Cheng Yang)
Chia Cheng Yang
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
Gama BearsGama Bears Gama Bears
Poland Terran souL
(Piotr Walukiewicz)
Piotr Walukiewicz
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
BrawL eSportsBrawL eSports BrawL eSports
France Protoss ToD
(Yoan Merlo)
Yoan Merlo
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
ROOT GamingROOT Gaming ROOT Gaming
Canada Protoss TT1
(Payam Toghyan)
Payam Toghyan
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
mTwmTw mTw
Sweden Zerg Zanster
(Anton Dahlström)
Anton Dahlström
Join Date: 
Leave Date: 
Team PropertyTeam Property Team Property


Staff at time of Disbandment
ID Name Position
United Kingdom SamSam Mathews Managing Director
Australia AnnakyAnne Mathews Finance Director
United Kingdom KboyNeil Kirk Business & Logistics Manager
India NonameElroy Pinto General Manager
Sweden cArnPatrik Sattermon Chief Gaming Officer
Serbia StreeTDanijel Remus General Manager, Dota2 & PLAY/BEAT IT Manager
United Kingdom MattMatthew Gillott General & Marketing Manager
United States bkerrBrian Kerr Business Development Manager
Russia LexxAlexander Zavoloka Editor in Chief

Team Achievements[edit]

2013-11-082ndMinorThe Gathering 2013 Team Battle1 : 3
2013-10-043rdMinorRaidCall ESL Euro Series Summer 2013RaidCall ESL Euro Series Summer 20133 : 1
Team DignitasTeam Dignitas
2012-12-085th - 6thPremier2012 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 32012 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 30-2Grp S.$1,848.43
2012-07-285th - 8thPremier2012 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 22012 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 21-2Grp S.$1,756.93
2012-07-012ndMajorEvil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League VIIEvil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League VII2 : 3
2012-06-037thPremierKorean StarCraft II League 2012 Season 1: Group StageKorean StarCraft II League 2012 Season 1: Group Stage2-5Grp S.$400
2011-09-223rdMajorEvil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League VIEvil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League VI0 : 3
Team EmpireTeam Empire
2011-06-301stMinorCrota's Team Tournament S13 : 2
2011-03-201stPremierGosuCoaching Premiere League Season 1GosuCoaching Premiere League Season 13 : 2
Team DignitasTeam Dignitas
2010-12-312ndMinorSGL Season 1SGL Season 13 : 4
ROOT GamingROOT Gaming
Extended list of results


No recorded results found.

Highlight Videos[edit]




Earnings Statistics

Team Medal Statistics


1v1 Medal Statistics

Note: This table shows the medals won by players
in 1v1 events while on the team.


  1. Fevron (April 3, 2015). "Goodbye Harstem & souL".
  2. Robert 'Inz' Wylie (February 4, 2014). "Farewell NightEnD & SaSe".
  3. Robert 'Inz' Wylie (February 18, 2014). "Fnatic partners with avast!".
  4. Robert 'Inz' Wylie (April 11, 2014). "Fnatic and Azubu partner up".
  5. Robert 'Inz' Wylie (April 26, 2014). "Good and Bad news from Fnatic StarCraft 2".
  6. Mighty (May 27, 2014). "HelloKitty retires from StarCraft 2". Retrieved May 27, 2014.
  7. Fevron (July 15, 2014). "Fnatic welcomes souL to the SC2 Academy". Retrieved July 15, 2014.
  8. Hagen (August 11, 2014). "Farewell Zanster & Ignite". Retrieved August 11, 2014.
  9. Aeromi (November 4, 2014). "Fnatic and Neeb part ways".
  10. Fevron (November 20, 2014). "www.fnatic and Miniraser part ways". Retrieved November 20, 2014.
  11. Corin 'Bleys' Porter (January 16, 2013). "Fnatic Closes Korean Gaming House, Shifts Focus to Europe".
  12. Robert 'Inz' Wylie (February 11, 2013). "Fnatic part ways with Oz and Alive".
  13. Robert 'Inz' Wylie (February 12, 2013). "Pink and Zanster join Fnatic Academy".
  14. Robert 'Inz' Wylie (March 3, 2013). "Fnatic welcomes SaSe".
  15. Robert 'Inz' Wylie (March 19, 2013). "Miniraser joins the Academy".
  16. Lukas 'Iyonic' B. (May 28, 2013). "Fnatic Welcomes Hellokitty".
  17. Robert 'Inz' Wylie (December 27, 2013). "Fnatic Welcomes Neeb to SC2 Academy".
  18. Alexander 'Lexx' Zavoloka (January 12, 2012). "Fnatic Academy Reloaded".
  19. Alexander 'Lexx' Zavoloka (January 17, 2012). "Moon joins Fnatic.SC2".
  20. Josh 'stoner' Stone (January 19, 2012). "Two More SC2 Roster Changes".
  21. TeamLiquid ESPORTS (January 18, 2012). "TSL claims Fnatic tampered with Alive, Fnatic denies".
  22. Alexander 'Lexx' Zavoloka (January 31, 2012). "FnaticRaidCall welcomes aLive & Hwanni".
  23. Cameron 'Cameron' Carson (February 19, 2012). "Ares joins the FnaticRaidCall Starcraft 2 Academy".
  24. Andreja 'ANdre_' Mahovic (March 19, 2012). "Fnatic Academy welcomes ByuL".
  25. enssandoR (March 19, 2012). "Fnatic Opens Korean House".
  26. Casper 'Acker' Ackermann (April 15, 2012). "SON and FnaticRC part ways".
  27. Alexander 'Lexx' Zavoloka (May 6, 2012). "FnaticRC signs Oz".
  28. Andreja 'ANdre_' Mahovic (June 28, 2012). "Luvsic joins FnaticRaidCall".
  29. Jade (July 2, 2012). "Harstem Joins Fnatic!".
  30. Corin 'Bleys' Porter (July 15, 2012). "Fnatic and ToD part ways".
  31. Alexander 'Lexx' Zavoloka (July 17, 2012). "FnaticRC welcomes Naama".
  32. Alexander 'Lexx' Zavoloka (September 30, 2012). "Hwanni steps down".
  33. Corin 'Bleys' Porter (November 6, 2012). "Fnatic Says Farewell: Rain Retires".
  34. Corin 'Bleys' Porter (November 13, 2012). "Fnatic and ByuL Part Ways".
  35. Corin 'Bleys' Porter (December 11, 2012). "Fnatic release Moon".
  36. Corin 'Bleys' Porter (December 12, 2012). "Academy Graduation: Harstem and J turn Pro".
  37. Robert 'Inz' Wylie (December 21, 2012). "Fnatic partner with Twitch".
  38. Phillip 'Phil' Rasmussen (February 25, 2011). "LucifroN leaves FnaticMSI".
  39. Colbi (April 30, 2011). "EG launch $10,000 Master's Cup Series League".
  40. Cameron 'Cameron' Carson (May 8, 2011). "NightEnD Joins FnaticMSI.SC2".
  41. Roald 'roychez' van Buuren (May 20, 2011). "Gretorp no longer part of FnaticMSI.SC2".
  42. Duran 'Xeris' Parsi (June 25, 2011). "Rain To FnaticMSI.SC".
  43. Cameron 'Cameron' Carson (August 14, 2011). "Sen departs FnaticMSI and joins Gama Bears".
  44. Duran 'Xeris' Parsi (August 23, 2011). "FnaticMSI.SC say goodbye to Fenix".
  45. Duran 'Xeris' Parsi (September 10, 2011). "ToD To FnaticMSI".
  46. Duran 'Xeris' Parsi (September 16, 2011). "FnaticMSI Welcomes IeZaeL and eXeCuToR".
  47. Dominik 'razrrr_' Hünitzsch (September 18 ,2011). "FnaticMSI open Korean SC2 Academy".
  48. Phillip 'Phil' Rasmussen (November 1, 2011). "FnaticMSI and TT1 Part Ways".
  49. Xeris (December 23, 2011). "Xeris and Fnatic part ways".
  50. Cameron 'Cameron' Carson (December 30, 2011). "KawaiiRice Departs Fnatic".
  51. Simon 'Crofteh' Belfield (April 2, 2010). "ANNOUNCING: FnaticMSI.SC".
  52. Roald 'roychez' van Buuren (April 9, 2010). "Kr & Praetor join FnaticMSI.SC".
  53. Cameron 'Cameron' Carson (May 21, 2010). "Gretorp joins FnaticMSI.SC".
  54. Simon 'Crofteh' Belfield (May 29, 2010). "FnaticMSI.SC announce new addition".
  55. Duran 'Xeris' Parsi (July 25, 2010). "FnaticMSI Says Goodbye to Praetor".
  56. Roald 'roychez' van Buuren (August 12, 2010). "FnaticMSI welcome LucifroN to SC2 roster".
  57. Roald 'roychez' van Buuren (August 18, 2010). "IefNaij joins the pack".
  58. Roald 'roychez' van Buuren (September 1, 2010). "Sen joins FnaticMSI".
  59. Calvin 'Fnatic Zero' Small (September 10, 2010). "FnaticMSI says goodbye to Kr & Moutas".
  60. Simon 'Crofteh' Belfield (October 22, 2010). "FnaticMSI.SC2 drop Funkyy".