Plenty can and will be said about Spirit, a highly sought-after player with World Championship experience from his Samsung Blue days. He bears the reputation of a carry Jungler, a noteworthy departure from Fnatic’s traditional support focused style. On a team that prides itself with strong team fighting and late-game control, Spirit is the type of player who will often start the climactic team fight that leads to key objectives and closing out the game.
Ambitious and driven, Febiven seeks to dominate every mid lane in Europe. His impeccably timed skills, wide champion pool and devious mindgames make him a dangerous contender, fetching many enemy bans on his most played champions, and earning him a reputation among the best-known mid laners in Europe.
A mechanical prodigy currently holding the title for most kills in a single LCS split, Rekkles decimates his opponents with fearsome precision, often collecting triple kills, and even the occasional pentakill. With his relentless determination to win, this AD carry is not to be taken lightly.
Werlyb joined FNATIC as part of FNATIC Academy at the end of the 2016 Spring Split. During his time with the squad he showed large amounts of potential. Hailing from Spain, Werlyb is incredibly young but not without experience. Having played in the LCS for Giants and in CS for HUMA, Werlyb's carry orientated playstyle is a pleasure to watch. It is known that any team playing against Werlyb only has 2 bans, as he is widely regarded as the best Jax in the world.
Joining the team as a replacement for starting support Noxiak half way through the 2016 Spring split, Klajbajk had zero competitive experience. Straight out of soloqueue, Klaj proved to be a player that was hungry to learn with strong drive to improve. With outstanding vision control and strong mechanics, Klajbajk captained the FNATIC Academy team which barely fell short of qualifying for the Challenger Series.