Fnatic pro players will now stream exclusively on Twitch as part of a new agreement. The London-based organization previously revealed its 2019 League of Legends European Championship (LEC) roster through a live-streamed event.
Although some teams explored streaming deals with other platforms in 2017, Twitch remains the only company with exclusive content deals.
Fnatic has signed an exclusive streaming partnership with Twitch, which includes both gaming broadcasts from the organization’s professional players and live talk show content. Financial terms were not disclosed, but the deal was described as a “long-term collaboration.”
Esports players from all of Fnatic’s rosters will broadcast their gameplay exclusively on the platform. This includes both its LEC and UK LC teams in League of Legends, and players in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, and FIFA. The Twitch deal also provides Fnatic the opportunity to unveil and promote products from its Fnatic Gear peripheral brand.