After a difficult season in 2016, Fnatic came back strong and climbed their way back to the top in 2017, culminating in a solid performance in the Worlds quarterfinals. Despite a rather hectic pre-season, the team managed to retain all its players but still decided to hire a new support. Boasting veterans and strong characters in their ranks, Fnatic are favorites for the 2018 EU LCS spring split. Their unique style often proved effective last season, but the legendary European players had some trouble managing their macrogame, and they will definitely need to pick up the pace this year.
Coach: Dylan Falco