Widely recognised as one of the most iconic players in Counter Strike history, Olofmeister must now bring leadership into his already versatile locker; helping to nurture the three young, new talents of the team.
The best player in the world for much of 2015, and often labelled as ‘invincible’, Olof’s capability on both the AWP and the rifle - along with aim only gods may dream of - has helped him win almost every title in CS:GO.
After a brief period spent away from the team, this warrior is a welcomed return to the Fnatic roster.
The ever-reliable solo site specialist, KRiMZ is fabled for his unwavering consistency. It is this, coupled with his staunch tenacity that has helped drive Fnatic’s domination at Majors; cementing KRiMZ’ status as one of the greatest support players to have ever graced the game.
Another strong handler of both the rifle and AWP, Twist joins the Fnatic roster, bringing with him a wealth of CS:GO experience dating back to 2012.
He is a decorated veteran in his own right having previously been successful at three Majors in as many year; yet still, at 21 years of age, he is the youngest member of our lineup.
With long time coach, Vuggo, shifting to the role of manager, legendary 1.6 player, Jumpy has now steps into the fold as Head Coach for Fnatic’s roster.
Having cut his coaching teeth while at the helm of Lemondogs and Escape Gaming respectively, Jumpy now seeks to utilise his fabled leadership skills in driving our new lineup to success enjoyed in years gone by.
After joining Fnatic in the latter stages of 2015, Dennis has already proven himself to be an integral part of the lineup. Known for assuming swift control of the map with his insane rifle aim, he is perhaps recognised most as the best USP player in the world today.
While his Deagle play has made for some legendary tournament highlights, Dennis must now, along with Olof, take a senior role in this team only emerging from the cradle.
First joining the team as an analyst for IEM Katowice, Vuggo took the reigns as Head Coach following the departure of Devilwalk in the summer of 2015.
Continuing in Fnatic’s traditions in success, Vuggo’s guidance led to success at multiple premiers, as well as a second place Major finish. Now though, he steps into the role of manager, with his new colleague, Jumpy taking over as Head Coach in what will prove to be a formidable pairing.