The staff behind Fnatic are key to the success of the organisation. Their hard work and dedication is shown through our web-site on a daily basis, ensuring our fans stay up to date with all things Fnatic.
Andreja Mahovic, Journalistandre@fnatic.com
Andreja became a part of Journalist team at Fnatic after he decided to stop playing for our former Dota 2 team. His passion and enthusiasm led him to become one of the most valuble assets of our crew. A quick learner and guru of tables (some say that one day he called Bill Gates and said that Excel's tables are inferior to his, Bill left Microsoft the day after). He's always there to help and we're keen enough to use that. StarCraft 2 and Dota 2 are his games of choice.
Harry Wiggett, League of Legends Manager & Journalistharry@fnatic.com
Hired as to do Heroes of Newerth related content, Harry has evolved into a great all-rounder, eventhough he has been with us for a short period. He is hard working and shows true dedication to his work. His English skills are superb, meaning his own writing is excellent, but he also helps other journalist with their work. At DreamHack he displayed great player management skills and thus got promoted to manage our League of Legends team. He also goes by the name of HDAWG. Quite often.
Robert Wylie, Journalist
Robert, the workaholic, takes care of a huge part of the live coverage as well as preparing them. When he is needed he is around. In his free time, he plays StarCraft II and complains about the balance after losing to every Zerg and Protoss in the game. His creativity and dedication make him, although he is one of the newer members in the Fnatic Family, an indispensable part of the Staff.
Lukas B., Journalist
Every article that’s up on the Fnatic page there’s a good chance that Lukas has had something to do with it. He’s the proofreading master, if there’s a mistake he’ll spot it. Lukas is a vital part to the content released on the website, without him the quality wouldn’t be as high. He brings a lot to the team and we are extremely lucky to have him.
Kshitij Kothari, Journalist
Kshitij “Krockadyle” Kothari, the 22 year old, with the name nobody can pronounce, he is one of our latest additions to the Fnatic Staff. Living in India makes him perfect for working late North American hours. He is our expert when it comes to writing about Dota 2 but he is not limited to that. Whenever help is needed he is around to lend a hand. Whether it is during Events or other Fan interaction, he is always the person to rely on.
Bob Van de Voorde, Journalist
Bob is an expert of the competitive Call of Duty community, having been part of the TEK-9 community website for almost five years in which time he wrote features, did extensive LAN coverage and was the Editor-in-Chief. He was always intrigued by all walks of eSports and has been following most of the major eSports titles intensely. At Fnatic he hopes to use his general experience as a writer to keep everyone as up-to-date as possible about our teams and how we are performing.
Corin Porter, Journalist
Corin joined us in January, 2012. A SC2 fanatic who believes Terran is OP. With aLive and Rain on our team – we don't seem to mind that. He just got his first masters, and is on his way to get second next year. Loves reading Sci-Fi and Fantasy, editing our features and loves to be part of Fnatic. Right now he's our only US editor, so he's usually awake when others are asleep. Which is a good thing when MLG or any other US based tournament is running.
Tim Metternich, Journalist
With the addition of Tim "Mac" Metternich to the Fnatic Staff, we now have a real, upcoming professional Journalist in our rows. Tim is studying Journalism and PR in Germany. He joined us after a long history in eSports, working for several German organisations and being a founder of the Team Acer, and staying there as the EiC. He brings a great portion of experience to the team , attending numerous events around Europe. Now he found his new occupation with the Fnatic League of Legends team, bringing you the latest updates from the Gaming House, with interviews, pictures and insight knowledge.
Mateja "Mata" Mahovic, Graphic Artist
Mateja is the latest addition to our GFX squad, he joined Fnatic in September 2012. He has impressed all of us with his amazing skills ever since he started cooperating with us. He is always on top of the task when it comes to work, while in his free time, he loves to play Dota 2 and produce music.
Tomek Lewandowski, Graphic Artist
A very skilled graphic artist who clearly has great knowledge and talent in graphic design. An impressive portfolio from previously working with mYm and assisting development on a design for QPad. His work now impressed us enough and he is working with FnaticRaidCall on all day-to-day design work.
Jim Sandholm, Graphic Artist
Jim started with us as a graphic artist but has also been doing work with both video and photography. Has an all around knowledge about picture editing and has one of the lowest response times we've ever experienced. Thumbs up!
Valentin Dragomir, FnaticTVvalentin.email@example.com
Valentin Dragomir joined fnatic in 2009 and has been a core part of the Fnatic TV project. Even though just 20 years of age, Valentin sports a style that is unique and far exceeds his peers. His repertoire of work at Fnatic includes frag movies, commercials, the 'what is eSports' video and several others. Valentin continues another year in Fnatic looking towards a bright future in fnatic TV.
Dmitry Lomonosov, FnaticTVmmd@fnatic.com
Dmitry joined us at the same time as Valentin and quickly became known for his frag movies on our CounterStrike 1.6 team, his "Unleashed" series along with the "90 seconds..." have gained him a lot of fans and he continues to create highlight reels for players as well as producing event videos & commercials. A veteran at editing, Dmitry continues to charm people with his love for QuakeLive & his clean style of production.
Vortex, Video Crew
Vortex of InsaneVortex fame joined Fnatic in early 2012 after successfully completing his trial. He has since worked on several Dota 2 related content including the now famous Meepo Guide with n0tail. He has also worked on promotional material for sponsors and continues to grow within Fnatic. Maybe some day we might even see Genocide (his dota 1 movie) being completed.
DarkZero, Video Crew
Joining us as well in early 2012, DarkZero has worked on more than 50 League of Legends videos. He has lent his editing skills to the recurring Summoners Rift videos, the LCS Weekly Analysis & more.