Aftonbladet Esport has revealed that it has increased the prize purse of its Fight Night challenges to $5,000.
Fight Night consists of a series of best-of-five matches featuring the best teams in the world, with the winning side taking home $3,000.
The first edition of this challenge, which took place in April, saw fnatic beat Team SoloMid 3-0, even though only 10 rounds separated the two sides throughout the series.
|fnatic will try to defend their Fight Night crown (photo hltv.org)|
For the second iteration of Fight Night, scheduled for June 9, Aftonbladet has managed to increase the amount of money on offer by $2,000, with the extra sum going to the runner-up.
As defending champion, fnatic will be playing this match against a challenger team, who will be announced soon.