Fnatic enters partnership with Team Queso in Superliga

This comes a day after Ibai and Piqué acquired a spot in the league.

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The Superliga is going to be more stacked than ever heading into the 2022 season. Fnatic has acquired a spot in the league by entering a partnership with Team Queso, the organization announced today.

This comes a day after Spanish League of Legends caster and streamer Ibai and soccer pro Gerard Piqué announced that they acquired Astralis Stormbringer’s spot in the Superliga.

Team Queso entered the Superliga in 2019 when it replaced MAD Lions, who joined the LEC through the Splyce rebranding. Although Team Queso have remained in the league since then, they’ve earned mitigated results by ending every season in the middle of the standings. This partnership with Fnatic could enable the team to go to the next level and make a splash in the 2022 Superliga season.

Fnatic is the third LEC organization to enter the Superliga after MAD Lions and G2 Esports. Fnatic CEO Sam Mathews confirmed that the team “will be our FNC Rising squad from now on.”

Correction 2:01pm CT: This article erroneously stated that the new team likely wouldn’t be Fnatic’s official academy team. We’ve updated the article with official confirmation of the contrary. We regret the error.

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Eva Martinello
Eva is a Staff Writer from Paris. Her part-time job is charging into walls with Reinhardt. She has been covering League of Legends esports and other titles for six years. She still believes in a Moscow Five comeback. She also fell into the MMO pit and covers FFXIV and Genshin.

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