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Game statistics of fnatic in the last matches:
The number of victories in the last 5 matches: 5 (100%).
The number of matches, which were played by fnatic in the past 3 months - 39. Also, the number of won matches - 27, which amounted 70%.
The number of matches, which were played by fnatic in the past year - 87. Also, the number of won matches - 50, which amounted 58%.
fnatic will face the team Coming soon in the next match. This match will be hosted at the tournament Coming soon. The date of the match: Coming soon.
It will not be odd to mention that fnatic faced in its previous match with the team BIG on 20.11.2022. The opponents played this match at the tournament Elisa Masters Espoo 2022.
The match was over with the well-deserved victory of the team fnatic with a score of 0:2
it is clear that at this moment, fnatic gained good gaming shape, which is confirmed by the statistics of victories in the last 5 matches - 5 victory(victories) (100%).
Fnatic is one of the most famous and respected multigamings in the esports world. The organization Fnatic was born at the dawn of the industry and held the leading positions quickly. Now, the rosters of Fnatic are represented in many disciplines, including CSGO, Dota 2, League of Legends, and Overwatch. However, the CSGO roster is considered to be one of the most successful squads. We present to your attention the history of Fnatic in CS.
The first appearance
The history of Fnatic began in 2004. Then, the first roster was formed, which included:
The times of the early Counter-Strike were famous for regular reshuffles and roster changes, so the Fnatic five looked differently very soon.
The loudest results in the era of Counter-Strike
Fnatic was famous in the early versions of Counter-Strike and frequently achieved victories at the best tournaments of that time. Starting from 2005, they regularly reached the prize places.
In 2005, they won CPL Singapore 2005. At the beginning of 2006, Fnatic held the second place at shgOpen 2006 and won Counter-Strike Champions League Season 3 later. Fnatic prevailed in the qualifiers to ESWC Sweden 2006 in June of the same year and held the 2nd place at the tournament.
Then there were the second places at WSVG DreamHack Summer 2006, ESWC 2006, WEF 2016, and NGL-One Season 1. In September 2006, Fnatic won CPL Singapore 2006 and prevailed at Wonderbase 2006 in October. They held the 3rd place at WSVG 2006: New York and the first place at CPL Winter 2006 in December.
The Swedish machine was gaining momentum in 2007. That year, they won 8 prestigious tournaments and reached the finals 6 times. The results were not that bright in 2008, however, Fnatic was still on the top.
The peak of the Counter-Strike 1.6 roster was in 2012. Then, Fnatic achieved victories at Copenhagen Games 2012, Fnatic Play League 2012, ESPORTSM 2011/2012, DreamHack Summer 2012, GameGune 2012, Pro Gamer Series Exponor 2012, and DreamHack Bucharest 2012, which was the last tournament for the Counter-Strike roster.
Fnatic moved to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive at the end of 2012.
The Danish period
Despite Fnatic being a Swedish organization, in which the Swedes were mainly playing during its history, they decided to reconsider their views with their moving to CSGO. The first CSGO roster almost fully consisted of the Danes, it included:
However, this roster did not last long, karrigan and moddii left the team after the first small failures.
Xyp9x joined the team at the beginning of 2013 and MODDII and Karrigan returned to the team. Reshuffles continued till August 2013. Then, Fnatic signed the team SY_b, which fully consisted of Swedish players. It was the beginning of the era of Fnatic.
The beginning of the era of Fnatic
The updated roster included both young players and experienced Counter-Strike veterans. The five looked in the following way:
With this roster, Fnatic was playing till November 2013. During this period, they managed to hold the second place at not that big championships a few times. However, Fnatic placed 2nd at MSI Beat IT 2013 in November where pronax was playing on their roster instead of MODDII.
With the same five, they played at DreamHack Winter 2013, which was the first Major tournament in history. There, Fnatic defeated the best team of that time, NiP, and became the first world champions.
Fnatic started 2014 pretty mediocre. They held the 5th-8th place at ESL Major Series One Katowice 2014 in March. Such results continued till the summer of that year.
Fnatic placed 3rd-4th at Gfinity G3 in August, after which held the second place at ESL One: Cologne 2014 but this time, they lost to the principled opponent in the face of NiP.
Fnatic played with the renewed roster at that championship. Then, the five included:
These five players will soon become the best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team in the world.
The era of Fnatic
After the second place at ESL One: Cologne 2014, Fnatic had a confident series of tournaments. They held the first place at StarLadder StarSeries X in August, after which they won a row of small tournaments in September. At the end of September, they placed 3rd-4th at DreamHack Invitational II and held the second place at Hitbox Arena Championship 3 later. Fnatic prevailed at FACEIT League – Season 2 in October, became the champions of ESWC 2014 in November, after which they won Fragbite Masters Season 3.
However, Fnatic also failed DreamHack Winter 2014 in November, having held the 5th-8th place.
But the Swedish team continued gaining momentum in 2015.
They held the 4th place at MLG X Games Aspen Invitational in January and achieved victory at Clutch Con 2015 in February.
That month, they became the champions of IOS Pantamera, First Person Lover Challenge, and Kings of Majors. They secured success in March 2015, having beaten NiP in the final of ESL One: Katowice 2015 and become the two-time world champions. But the victorious march did not stop on it.
Fnatic prevailed at DreamHack Open Summer 2015 and ESL ESEA Pro League Season 1 – Europe in June, after which they became the champions of the final stage of ESL ESEA Pro League Season 1.
Fnatic won ESL One: Cologne 2015 in August, having become the three-time world champions. They faced the big loss only at DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca 2015 where the team placed 5th-8th. However, they quickly rehabilitated, having achieved victory at FACEIT 2015 Stage 3 Finals in November and won Fragbite Masters Season 5 and ESL ESEA Pro League Season 2 – Finals in December.
Fnatic achieved victories at two big championships in December with the updated roster. Then, dennis was playing instead of pronax.
The beginning of the decline
After the departure of pronax, Fnatic slowly but confidently started losing its positions. They prevailed at StarLadder i-League StarSeries XIV in January 2016 and placed second at ESL Expo Barcelona in January 2016. They won Intel Extreme Masters X – World Championship in March, however, a red flag was received at MLG Major Championship: Columbus 2016 where the Swedes held the 5th-8th place. After that, there was a row of the 3rd-4th places at big championships, which led to the 3rd-4th place at ESL One: Cologne 2016. Fnatic tried to rehabilitate and even won ESL Pro League Season 4 – Europe with the absolutely new roster. Then, olofmeister, dennis, wenton, twist, and Lekr0 were playing for Fnatic.
Fnatic took part in ELEAGUE Major: Atlanta 2017 in January 2017, with the updated roster again. They placed 3rd-4th. It was the beginning of the full decline.
Fnatic held average places at championships in 2017. The team held the 9th-11th place at ESL One: Cologne 2017, the 5th-8th place at PGL Major Krakow 2017, and the 9th-12th place at DreamHack Masters Malmo 2017. The whole year was also followed by regular replacements of players and swaps with the organization GODSENT.
Fnatic was not able to rehabilitate in 2018. The team placed 5th-8th at ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 in January, 9th-11th at FACEIT Major: London 2018 in September. The culmination was the 20th-22nd place at Intel Extreme Masters XIII – Katowice Major 2019. After that, Fnatic improved its positions a bit. The team won DreamHack Masters Malmo 2019 in October. The roster included KRIMZ, JW, Brollan, Flusha, and Golden. With these five players, Fnatic held the 3rd-4th place at Esports Championship Series Season 8 – finals and the 2nd place at ESL Pro League Season 10 – Finals.
2020 and the coronavirus pandemic
2020 started with positive vibes for Fnatic. The team held the 3rd-4th place at Intel Extreme Masters XIV – World Championship in February and the 1st place at ESL Pro League Season 11: Europe. However, the results became worse again with the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic. Fnatic placed 12th at ESL One: Road to Rio – Europe in May, 7th-8th at DreamHack Masters Spring 2020: Europe, 9th-12th at ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online – Europe, and 11th-12th at ESL Pro League Season 12: Europe. In October, they held the 3rd-4th place at Intel Extreme Masters XV – New York Online: Europe, the 6th place at DreamHack Open Fall 2020, and the 13th-16th place at Intel Extreme Masters XV – Beijing Online: Europe.
The organization and rewards
Samuel Mathews is the CEO of Fnatic, SmX is a team manager, the captain’s slot is held by Golden. Samuelsson is a coach of Fnatic.
Fnatic cooperates with such teams as Parimatch, AMD, OnePlus, PCSPECIALIST, Letou, Monster Energy, and Andaseat. It also has its own merchandise – FNATIC Gear.
Since its creation, the CSGO foundation has already brought more than 5,298,000 dollars of prize money for the organization.