Fnatic's new headquarters in London has its own 'nap pod', provided by mattress company Casper.
The 5,000 sq ft esports home also has a gaming room, studio, board rooms, editing suites, co-working spaces, phone booths(!) and a kitchen supplied by Ao.com. ESL UK will also have some staff working from the offices.
Fnatic held a launch party on Friday April 28th to mark the opening of its UK headquarters in Shoreditch.
More than 600 industry people, YouTubers and streamers turned up alongside a few Fnatic players such as Johan "Klaj" Olsson.
"We've worked tirelessly over the last six months to make this a reality, and it's the first time we'll have a place we really call our home globally."
The esports organisation teamed up with Casper on the night to create a 'sleepeasy' gaming chill-out room in the Fnatic Bunkr, with beds and systems set up for visitors. Note, the image above was taken at the chill-out room - it's not a picture of the nap pod.
There was an open bar, DJs, plus Deliveroo was on hand to keep attendees well-fed with takeaways.
"Friday night was a really magical experience for us, launching our first ever developed HQ in the heart of Shoreditch," Fnatic said in a statement.
"We've worked tirelessly over the last six months to make it a reality, and it's the first time we'll have a place we really call our home globally."
— Dominic Sacco (@Dom_Sacco) April 28, 2017
The fact that Fnatic got the likes of Ao.com, Casper and Deliveroo to add to its launch event is not surprising.
The organisation has a huge brand which it sells and markets very well, and offers a host of merchandise to fans, from clothing to keyboards, mice, headsets, books and even branded PCs.