Fnatic will be celebrating reaching the League of Legends World Championship final by opening a bar in Seoul, South Korea.
Fnatic made history at this year’s Worlds by becoming the first western team since the Season One Championship – which only featured western teams, and which was won by Fnatic themselves – to reach the final.
They are due to clash with Invictus Gaming on November 3 at the Incheon Munhak Stadium in Incheon, South Korea, with the winner lifting the Summoner’s Cup.
To celebrate their historic run, Fnatic is opening a “Fnatic Bar” for local fans, taking over the Retro Game Bar in Seoul on November 2-3, from 10am to 5pm each day.
Fnatic Head of Events Erik Londré said:
“We’ve seen from Madrid at the LCS Summer Split and the group stages in Busan that our bar openings are incredibly popular amongst our fans. With us being in the final in Incheon, it was a no-brainer to repay the faith shown by our fans in the team throughout Worlds and give them somewhere to hang out and connect with other fans.”
“Our LoL team is about to write themselves into the esports history books, so we needed a bar to match the occasion - and it will deliver just that. Thank you so much to all of the fans in Korea. This is for you!”
Fans at the Fnatic Bar will be able to take part in League of Legends 1v1s, play retro games, and attend a pre-finals party.
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