Fnatic raises $ 10 million – and opens up for fans to invest

Over 10 million dollars, the British organization Fnatic managed to raise during its latest round of investments with great help from Beringea. Following this fundraiser, Fnatic has now raised a total of just over SEK 300 million through various investments.

As previously known, Fnatic has a strong connection to Swedish players. In League and Legends, the Swede Martin “Rekkles” Larsson as AD Carry is in the top segment in Europe and also made it to the quarterfinals of the World Cup. Then they also have the all-Swedish Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team that is currently fighting in the Flashpoint tournament.

The e-sports organization is also coming let their fans become co-owners by acquiring shares on the crowdfunding site Crowdcube. From about $ 20, you can help sponsor the e-sports professionals of the future so that they can be discovered more quickly and become more involved in an earlier stage. The campaign goes live on November 19 next week.