Today, we are one of the more stable and professional esports clubs in Norway - A growing esports nation with an already well-established esports culture. Fielding top athletes and teams in our respective esports campaigns. Ever since our inception we have raised the bar and set new standards in the space.
We are proud to say that we have the largest organic following on social media and are at the forefront of Norway's esports growth.
We like to think of Fact Revolution as a family. A strict one - with rules and guidelines, but with a closely knitted, friendly, competitive and supporting environment that our players share a common understanding of.
Fact Revolution started originally as a Call of Duty sniping-clan. The «clan» grew and so did our Youtube channel with over 200,000+ views and 10 000+ subscribers on the platform.
Call of Duty as gaming entertainment died down, and especially sniping. This all leads to us eventually taking the decision to enter esports, or at least dip our toes into the scene. We picked up a CS and a Call of Duty team, and with minor successes, we've decided to fully invest in esports at the end of the year.
Within 1 and a half year, we grew from a newly started esports organization based in Norway to THE most recognizable brand in Norwegian esports.
We managed to double our twitter following, became National Champions with the most talented LoL line-up the scene had ever seen and placed 4th in the National League in Counter-Strike. This also includes multiple domestic LAN wins accumulating thousands of USD in prize money.
We kept our momentum going by winning Norway's biggest LAN, The Gathering, and also became the first and only Norwegian League of Legends team to place 3rd in the Nordic Championship. Just a couple of months later we invested in a new game, Fortnite, and formed a world-class team that later on won the biggest European Fortnite LAN at that time. Just a few months later we qualified for the Winter Royale EU Finals and got featured in front of 100,000+ live viewers.
Same year, we aquired one of the best European players in Call of Duty. We got to attend the biggest Call of Duty tournament in history and swiped every teams in the Call of Duty World League Las Vegas to qualify for the Pro League LCQ.
Fact Call of Duty kept surprising the world with amazing results. We was eventually ranked 3rd in Europe before the team sadly disbanded after a poor perfomance in Columbus, placing 17th, just behind the likes of FaZe Clan and G2 Esports.
In April, one of our Fortnite players, Joshua Juliano, qualified for the Solo Fortnite World Cup, and we became the first ever Norwegian organization to qualify for the biggest esports event in history.
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