Fnatic takes over Func and Func.net now just links directly to Fnatic’s main website. And with that, Fnatic has now launched its ‘Fnatic Gear’ campaign on INDIEGOGO, promising users a small range of Fnatic-made and tested eSports peripherals.
We’ve been in Esports for a long time. From the early days of dial up fun, to Xpeke backdooring his way to victory in League of Legends at IEM Katowice, to today with over 27M people watching our CS:GO boys victory at ESL Cologne. After 11 years of blood, sweat, and broken gear… we know what makes great Esports hardware. No flashy green lights will get you a Pentakill. No fan on a mouse will help you hit a headshot. Esports gear is about simplicity, comfort, and reliability – it’s exactly what you need to perform and nothing else.
We’ve decided to take a risk. Today we’re launching Fnatic Gear, professional grade equipment designed for Esports.
Together, we want to redefine Esports gear. No marketing BS or fancy useless tech features – Just great products, inspired by our players and our experience as world-class professional gamers.
For many years Fnatic being in partnership with SteelSeries, but it seems that Fnatic decided start their own range of products. Fnatic offering include its FLICK gaming mouse, the RUSH G1 Cherry MX mechanical keyboard and the FOCUS F1 and BOOST G1 gaming mouse pads.
If you want than, you can purchase a single full gaming pack for $167 plus shipping. If anyone interested in reselling, Fnatic has to offer a re-seller or distributor package, offering 100 of each item for $16,999 including shipping to anywhere in North America or Europe.