How To Be a Professional Gamer

An eSports Guide to League of Legends

by Fnatic, Kikis, YellOwStar, Spirit, Febiven, Rekkles, Mike Diver

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  • 9781780896588
  • 9781473538443

It’s time to become a Legend.

Watched by millions and contested by the best professional gamers in the world, League of Legends is more than a game.

Since the very beginnning of eSports, Fnatic have been competing at the highest level. In 2011, they won the World Championships and in 2015 they achieved the impossible: an entire regular season undefeated. In How to be a Professional Gamer, they take you inside the elite world of the sport, and into the world of competitive gaming. Sharing their knowledge, expertise, and strategies, it’s only a matter of time before you’re a world champion, too.

Including tips on game strategy, teamwork and mental strength, How to be a Professional Gamer is both a guide for how to improve as a regular gamer, and the story of Fnatic and how they’ve conquered the world of eSports.

Are you ready?


  • Random House; October 2016
  • ISBN: 9781473538443
  • Read online, or download in secure ePub format
  • Title: How To Be a Professional Gamer
  • Author: Fnatic; Kikis; YellOwStar; Spirit; Febiven; Rekkles; Mike Diver
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
Subject categories
ISBNs
  • 9781780896588
  • 9781473538443

In The Press

"The biggest eSports franchise in Europe"


About The Author

Fnatic (Author)
Around the world Fnatic stands as a heavyweight in the world of eSports. With professional teams in the most popular games, they have dominated the sport. In 2011, they won the League of Legends World Championships. In both 2006 and 2009, Fnatic were awarded Team of the Year.

Mike Diver (Author)
Mike Diver is Video Games Editor at VICE Magazine and has written gaming articles for the Guardian, Kotaku and Edge. When not playing games or reporting on them, he lectures at Southampton’s Solent University. His first book, Indie Games: The Complete Introduction to Indie Gaming, was published in 2016. He lives by the British seaside with his wife, two sons and two cats.