The 2022 League of Legends European Championship (LEC) Summer finals brought in about SEK 50 million (€4.5m) for the host city, Malmö.
Fnatic produced a remarkable comeback in front of the home crowd in Malmo on Sunday to win their first-ever DreamHack Masters event as well as US $100,000 and a direct invite to IEM Katowice 2020.
Evil Geniuses were flying high after their title-winning run at ESL One New York, but their wings were melted at DreamHack Masters Malmo as they crashed out of the tournament on the second day.
Team Envy secured the final spot at DreamHack Masters Malmo on Tuesday, September 17, when they won the North American qualifiers by defeating eUnited 3-1 in the grand finals.
G2 Esports have accepted an invitation to compete at DreamHack Masters Malmö 2019, which is set to kick off on October 1 at MalmöMässan and conclude on October 6 at Malmö Arena.
Fnatic are the third team confirmed to attend DreamHack Masters Malmö at the start of October, where they will fight 15 other teams for the lion’s share of a US $250,000 prize pool.