Silviu is a former top WarCraft III player and has proven to be successful in his switch to StarCraft II. He has put in solid performances at several tournaments, such as a third place at The Gathering and several Go4SC2 Cup wins, proving to be one of Europe's strongest Protoss players. Under Fnatic, he will look to evolve even further and attend more events to secure his growth.
Kim "SaSe" Hammar is a 25 year old Swedish Protoss player. SaSe was a part of the Fnatic family back in 2005 while he played WarCraft 3, now he rejoins the team for StarCraft II. SaSe is widely considered one of the best Protoss players in Europe. He has been responsible for creating a number of builds that are common in the pro scene now a days. SaSe has been training hard in Korea and is ready to represent the Black and Orange in the best way he can.
Kevin “Harstem” de Koning is an 18 year old Dutch prodigy. He joined the Fnatic Academy just a few months ago but has proven himself to be a Protoss that can compete with the best in the European scene. His promotion to the Professional squad is a well deserved acknowledgement of his results. Some of his first accomplishments in the Black and Orange include finishing top 8 at ESWC 2012, winning ESWC Benelux, and top 16 at DreamHack Bucharest 2012- so he’s definitely on a hot streak. Known as much for his innovative and aggressive style as his singing on stream, Harstem is rapidly becoming a popular and more well known player.
Santeri “Naama” Lahtinen joined us in July, 2012 from eSahara and has continued to impress. A day after joining Fnatic, Naama, made his mark by winning the World Championship Series 2012 Finland. His aggressive and innovative playstyle has been critiqued by many professionals around the world but the 19 year old Terran’s success in Europe speaks for itself, with him earning the nickname ‘The Beast’ in Nordic countries. A vital part of the Fnatic SC2 squad, Naama continues to outperform and do his best for the fans and for Fnatic.