After Team Vitality announced its team full of superstars earlier this week, Fnatic is now doing the same.

Fnatic is one of the most iconic teams within ‘League of Legends,’ but ended 2021 on a false note. It did qualify for the ‘League of Legends’ World Championship but, without botlaner Elias ‘Upset’ Lipp, ended up not winning a single match there. Time for a change, they thought at Fnatic, which brought no less than two superstars and a promising jungler to the team.

The biggest name is undoubtedly midlaner Marek ‘Humanoid’ Brázda, who won the LEC twice last year with MAD Lions and made it to the quarter finals of the World Championship. Bad news for our Belgian midlaner Yasin ‘Nisqy’ Dinçer, of course, who moves to the bench.

Taking his place in the top lane is Martin ‘Wunder’ Hansen, one of the most experienced players in the league. Fnatic is acquiring him from G2 Esports. Finally, Iván ‘Razork’ Martín Díaz from Misfits Gaming comes to fill the jungle position, following the departure of Belgian Gabriel ‘Bwipo’ Rau to Team Liquid. Fnatic’s experienced botlane, featuring ‘Upset’ and Zdravets ‘Hylissang’ Galabov, remains unchanged. The full news you can find on


Fnatic’s new team is immediately a solid statement within the LEC, as it spent a lot of money on both ‘Humanoid’ and ‘Wunder’. In fact, they were bought away from their teams and their contracts were taken over. According to analysts, this coming season we will see a duel between this Fnatic and the new roster of Team Vitality. Fans therefore hope that this will be the year in which Europe will perform better internationally.

Bremen’s Senator of the Interior, Ulrich Mäurer (SPD), has called for a ban on gambling advertising at the Conference of Interior Ministers from 1 to 3 December. The SPD politician is particularly critical of the advertising of sports betting. However, Mäurer’s demand failed, buten un binnen reported on Friday. Mäurer has been advocating for a ban on advertising for gambling and sports betting providers for quite some time. The reason is the high risk of addiction that gambling poses, according to the Bremen Senator of the Interior. Currently, there are about 200,000 people in Germany who are affected by pathological gambling. Another 230,000 show problematic gambling behaviour. Read the full article at

The advertising is everywhere:

With 35 legal providers nationwide by now, people are bombarded with commercials for gambling everywhere on TV, the internet or in stadiums. There is no escaping it.

Interior ministers decide against advertising ban

The development is worrying and runs counter to the objectives of the State Treaty on Gambling. Therefore, the treaty must be amended. Mäurer’s demand had been supported by party colleagues, but a unanimous agreement on the amendment of the State Treaty on Gambling had not been reached.