The legendary Fnatic top laner of days gone by finally returns home. Having first joined the roster in 2012, sOAZ went on to collect numerous accolades before moving onto new opportunities with Origen at the beginning of Season 5.
The EU LCS veteran returns to the roster with a huge amount of game knowledge and experience; by harnessing this as well as his in game talents, sOAZ will make the top lane his own this year.
In a move that has rejuvenated his motivation and enthusiasm for competition, Amazing now makes his mark as Fnatic’s starting jungler.
With a wide champion pool ranging from tank supports to assassin and hyper carries, it is his mobility, decisiveness and synergy around the top lane that make this experienced jungler stand out.
A midlane enigma that could yet become the next great hope for Europe.
Among his Challenger colleagues, the mechanical genius that is Caps has rightfully earned the nickname, Baby Faker, decimating mid laners vastly more experienced than himself with incredible team plays. Long known by Fnatic management, the glowing talent now takes the huge step into the LCS fire to stamp his authority onto the rift.
Entering the professional scene as a mechanical prodigy, the former fledgling is now an experienced leader for Fnatic.
An iconic AD Carry, Rekkles's relentless determination to win is only matched by calculated domination of the bot lane. With his eyes now fixed on returning to Worlds, he's fully focused on tearing up the rift in the 2017 EU LCS.
Originally entering the EU LCS as a midlaner, Jesiz is a journeyman across Summoners Rift, making in-game knowledge and macro understanding his priority.
A spell spent coaching in North America sharpened his leadership skills, leading eventually to a return to professional play. Now a support player, Jesiz has all the credentials needed to forge a fearsome botlane partnership with Rekkles.
Renowned for his in-game understanding as a player on the amateur circuit, Nicothepico made the transition from shotcalling-jungler to coach while working with Enigma.
After a spell with Misfits, he led a stumbling Origen to 2nd place in the LCS before moving Fnatic in the Summer of 2016. Now stepping up as Head Coach, Nico is determined to use his wealth of knowledge to bring success to this new mix of youth and experience.