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2024

VALORANT Champions Tour China (VCT CN) VALORANT Champions Tour China (VCT CN)
VALORANT Champions Tour China (VCT CN)

China has become the fourth official league of the VCT, joining the Americas, EMEA, and Pacific regions. China Stage 1 is an offline Chinese tournament organized by TJ Sports and Riot Games. The tournament represents the highest level of professional VALORANT competition in China, showcasing the nation's best esports teams fighting for both championship titles and the opportunity to qualify for Masters Shanghai.

2024

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DRG

Dragon Ranger Gaming(DRG), a Chinese esports organization, was founded on December 21, 2016. Prior to this, the predecessor of DRG was a division of the Honor of Kings of GK eSports Club. DRG achieved the top four in King Pro League (KPL) Spring Tournament 2018. In 2021, they achieved the runner-up of the Glory of Honor of Kings World Champion Cup and the champion of the Honor of Kings Thunder Cup Season 2. DRG secured third place in the King Pro League Spring Tournament 2022, followed by a fourth-place finish in the Summer Tournament. Their impressive performance continued as they clinched second place in the prestigious Glory of Honor of Kings World Champion Cup.

2024

TEC

Founded in 2019, TEC is a global esports entertainment company that owns, operates and partners with premier esports franchises. TEC esports club established its VALORANT division in November 2023 and participated in the VALORANT China Evolution Series Act 3: Heritability, achieving a top-six finish. TEC esports entered into a long-term partnership with VALORANT Champions Tour CN on December 10, 2023.TEC’s mission is to elevate esports by providing a platform for others to experience the thrill of competitive gaming through our events. They aim to build communities around the world through our tournaments, leagues and other initiatives. They create, produce and broadcast premium content for gamers to enjoy while allowing sponsors to reach a large audience.

2023

StarsWar

StarsWar, the fifth certified eSports tournament in the world, is a magnet for eSports stars from all corners of the globe. StarsWar 10 is the tenth League of Legends tournament run by Chinese eSports organization World Elite and NewTV Double E-sports.

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2023

Evolution Championship Series (Evo)

The Evolution Championship Series (Evo for short) represents the largest and longest-running fighting game tournaments in the world. For 20 years, Evo has brought together the best of the best from around the world in an electric exhibition of skill and fun. Evo is not just a convention. It's a global community of more than 10 million casual gamers, esports enthusiasts, and industry professionals dedicated to building a bigger world for fighting games.

2023

SF Shock

San Francisco Shock is the team representing San Francisco, California, USA, in the Overwatch League. The San Francisco Shock is one of the twelve founding members of the OWL and is one of three professional Overwatch teams in California. The team is owned by Andy Miller, co-owner of the Sacramento Kings and NRG Esports. The Shock have won three midseason tournament titles, qualified for three season playoffs, won two back-to-back OWL Grand Finals, making them one of the most accomplished franchises in OWL history.

2023

NRG

NRG Esports is an American esports organization based in Los Angeles, California. It has rosters in Apex Legends, League of Legends, Overwatch, Rocket League, Valorant, and a number of streamers on the internet platform Twitch.

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2023

Valorant

Valorant is a character-based 5v5 tactical shooter set on the global stage. The Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) is a global competitive esports tournament series for the video game Valorant organized by Riot Games, the game's developers.

2023

Bali Major

The third and final Major for the current Dota Pro Circuit season this 2023 is called the Bali Major 2023. The Bali Major is presented by IO Esports & Epulze. Teams will be competing in Ayana Estate, a 5-star luxury resort in beautiful Bali, one of the world’s most heavenly locations. The tournament features 18 teams and follows the round-robin group stage and double-elimination playoffs bracket format.

2023

WE

Team WE, formerly known as World Elite, is the very first esports club based in China, formed their first League of Legends team in March of 2011. Initially gaining recognition for their Warcraft 3 division, StarCraft II, and Dota. Team WE is a pioneering esports organization based in Shanghai, China. They were originally a Warcraft 3 based team, housing many renown players such as Li "Sky" Xiaofeng, a legendary human-main dubbed as the "Human Emperor". The team turned 18 years old as of April 14, 2023.

2022

Immortals

Immortals is a professional esports organization based in the United States owned by Immortals Gaming Club. It was founded on October 7, 2015, after the acquisition of Team 8's LCS spot. Immortals applied for a franchise partnership with the LCS when the league began franchising in late 2017, but their application was declined by Riot Games due to financial concerns, despite the fact that they were one of three North American teams to qualify for the 2017 World Championship. However, in mid-2019 they rejoined the LCS after their parent company, Immortals Gaming Club, bought out OpTic Gaming and their LCS spot. Immortals previously competed in other esports titles, including Apex Legends, Arena of Valor, Clash Royale, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, Overwatch, Rainbow Six Siege, Super Smash Bros. and Vainglory.

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2021

Aster

Team Aster is a Chinese esports organization. It was initially a Dota 2 team created by Xu "BurNIng" Zhilei and "XiaoFei". In 2019, a second team "Aster.Aries" was formed.

2020

Nova

Nova Esports is a professional esports organization based in Hong Kong. It was founded in September 2016. Nova Esports currently fields players in League of Legends: Wild Rift, Game for Peace, PUBG Mobile, Call of Duty: Mobile, Clash Royale, Brawl Stars, and FIFA 20. Both the 2020 and 2021 PUBG Mobile Global Championships (PMGC) were won by Nova Esports' PUBG Mobile / Game for Peace squad, and they also won the Peace Eite Championship (PEC) twice.

2019

EVO

The Evolution Championship Series, commonly known as Evo, is an annual esports event that focuses exclusively on fighting games. The tournaments are completely open and use the double elimination format.

2018

LCS

The League Championship Series (LCS) is the top level of professional League of Legends in the United States and Canada. The esports league is run by Riot Games and has eight franchise teams. Each annual season of competition is divided into two splits, spring and summer, which conclude with a double-elimination tournament between the top teams. At the end of the season, the winner, runners-up and third-place team of the summer playoffs qualify for the annual League of Legends World Championship.

2018

Virtus Pro

Virtus.pro (VP) is an international esports organization founded in 2003 in Russia and acquired by Armenian investors in 2022. The organization has players competing in such games as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, Rainbow Six Siege, PUBG Mobile, and Warface.

2018

Tempo-Storm

Tempo Storm is an American esports professional video game team that has teams competing in Age of Empires II, FIFA, Magic: The Gathering, fighting games, and Shadowverse. They have formerly held divisions in Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, Fortnite, League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch, Vainglory, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, World of Warcraft, and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.

2018

StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 2

The StarLadder Ukraine Minor is StarLadder's second and the last Minor of the 2018-2019 season. From the 12th to 16th of June, in Kiev, eight teams will fight for a $300,000 USD prize pool as well as qualification points for The International 2019.The winner and the first runner-up will qualify to the EPICENTER 2019 Major.

2018

FACEIT

FACEIT Major: London 2018 is the 13th Valve-sponsored Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major Championship and the second Major of 2018. The prize pool is once again $1,000,000 and the 24-team format introduced at the previous Major will be used again. This is the first Major to be held by FACEIT.

2017

EDG

Edward Gaming (EDG) is a professional esports organization based in Shanghai, China. EDG's League of Legends team, officially called EDG Hycan, competes in the League of Legends Pro League (LPL) and plays home games at the Shanghai Electric Industrial Park. It is the only LPL team to have won both the Mid-Season Invitational and the World Championship, in 2015 and 2021 respectively.

2017

LPL

The League of Legends Pro League (LPL) is the top-level professional league for League of Legends in China. The first season of the LPL was the 2013 Spring season. The top three finishers of the playoff tournament receive automatic bids to the League of Legends World Championship. Playoffs are an eight team single elimination with each step a best-of-five series.

2017

Alliance

Alliance is a professional gaming and esports organization based in Sweden that was formed in April 2013. They have teams in TrackMania, Dota 2, Hearthstone, the Super Smash Bros. series, Fortnite, Apex Legends and VALORANT, and previously had teams in League of Legends and StarCraft II. In December 2016, the organisation announced that it had become player-owned after parting with its parent organisation, GoodGame agency which was owned by Amazon through its subsidiary Twitch. The Dota 2 team won The International 2013, then the largest single prize money payout in esports history. The League of Legends team is one of the five teams that won a season of European League of Legends Championship Series with Fnatic, G2 Esports, Mad Lions and Rogue.

2017

Method

Method was a British esports organization founded by Scott McMillan 'Sco' in 2005 and is one of the most accomplished World of Warcraft guilds of all time. The organization entered the CS:GO scene in May 2015.

2017

ElevateGG

Elevate, recently rebranded from Team eLevate, is an esports organization based in the United States that currently has teams in Call of Duty, Gears of War, Halo, Overwatch, Rainbow Six, Starcraft II, and Smite Xbox.

2016

ECS

The Esports Championship Series, often abbreviated to ECS, was FACEIT's flagship Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league to replace the old FACEIT League which was discontinued after 2015. Launched in 2016, the league covered the European and North American regions with events scheduled around Valve's Major tournament system and offline finals hosted in various locations around the world. Eventually, the league would run for eight seasons before meeting its defunct as FACEIT shifted their focus towards Flashpoint.

2016

SKT T1

SK Telecom T1 is a Korean professional gaming team based in South Korea. Previously, the SK Telecom organization sponsored two sister teams, S and K. SK Telecom T1 is the only team to have won the World Championship three times and is also the only team to hold an unofficial "Triple Crown" - in May 2016 they became the reigning champions of IEM, the Mid-Season Invitational, and Worlds though those titles were not all achieved in the same season, before successfully being the first ever team to defend their World Championship title.

2015

FaZe Clan

FaZe Clan, or simply FaZe, is a professional esports and entertainment organization headquartered in Los Angeles, California, United States. Founded on May 30, 2010, as FaZe Sniping, the organization has players from around the world, across multiple games, including Call of Duty, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, Halo Infinite, Valorant, Fortnite Battle Royale, Rocket League, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. In 2020, the organization expanded into the Asian market, acquiring a Thai PUBG Mobile and FIFA Online roster.

2015

CLG

Counter Logic Gaming (CLG) was an American esports organization headquartered in Los Angeles, California. It was founded in April 2010 by George "HotshotGG" Georgallidis and Alexander "Vodoo" Beutel as a League of Legends team, and branched out into other games. CLG fielded the oldest League of Legends team active at the time, having competed in every split of the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS) since it began in Spring 2013. CLG won two NA LCS splits, the 2015 Summer NA LCS and 2016 Spring NA LCS. The organization also fielded Smite, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO), Super Smash Bros., Fortnite, H1Z1, Valorant, Dota 2, Overwatch, Hearthstone, Rocket League, Halo, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, and Call of Duty teams. The organization was also one of the first in North America to implement a multi-team gaming house, and the current residence is able to house all their major divisions and the management staff on a permanent basis.

2015

OpTic Gaming

OpTic Gaming is an American professional esports and entertainment organization headquartered in Frisco, Texas. The organization currently operates a Call of Duty team in the Call of Duty League, OpTic Texas, they also operate a Overwatch team in the Overwatch League, Dallas Fuel, as well as Rocket League, Halo and Apex Legends teams. They previously competed in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Gears of War 4, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Fortnite Battle Royale, Dota 2, League of Legends and Valorant.

2015

IFTY

Infantry Clan (often abbreviated as iFTY) is a Chinese PUBG Esports organization founded by a former Call of Duty and PUBG pro player Zeng "APLUSVABLE" Cheng.

2015

Denial

Denial Esports (previously stylized as Denial eSports) was a professional esports organization based in the United States. They were most well known for their Call of Duty team being 2015 world champions, having won the Call of Duty Championship 2015.

2015

paiN Gaming

paiN Gaming is a Brazilian esports organisation founded in March 2010 by Arthur "PAADA" Zarzur, a former professional Dota 2 player. It has a League of Legends team competing in the Campeonato Brasileiro de League of Legends (CBLOL), Brazil's top professional league for the game. paiN Gaming is one of the oldest esports organisations in Brazil and has a higher following on social media than many traditional sports clubs. It was also the first esports organization in Latin America to have a gaming house and the first in the world to have a fan membership program, the size of which rivals that of Series A association football teams.

2015

LCK

League of Legends Champions Korea is the primary competition for League of Legends esports in South Korea. Contested by ten teams, the league runs two seasons per year and serves as a direct route to qualification for the annual League of Legends World Championship.

2014

NEST

National Electronic Sports Tournament 2021 is an offline Chinese tournament organized by General Administration of Sport.

2014

Gambit

Gambit Esports, formerly Gambit Gaming, is a Russian esports organization owned by telecommunications company MTS. It was established in January 2013 after the acquisition of the former League of Legends roster of Moscow Five.

2014

Samsung Galaxy

Samsung Galaxy was a Korean professional gaming team based in South Korea, part of KeSPA. The organization previously sponsored two sister teams, Samsung White and Samsung Blue.

2014

Renegades

Renegades is an American professional esports organization. It has teams competing in Call of Duty, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Fortnite, Overwatch, Super Smash Bros., Rocket League, iRacing and Valorant. The organization previously had a League of Legends team that qualified for the 2016 North American League of Legends Championship Series (LCS)

2014

Mouse Sports

Mouz (stylized as MOUZ), formerly mousesports, is a professional esports organisation based in Germany. It fields teams in several games but is particularly known for its CS:GO team. MOUZ was one of the founding members of the G7 Teams. MOUZ's League of Legends team currently competes in the ESL Pro Series, having formerly competed in the European Challenger Series. mousesports was formed in 2002 in Berlin, Germany, as a Counter-Strike team. The team began to compete in small tournaments, which gradually lead to their progression in larger ones, as well. By 2006, when G7 Teams was created, mousesports was one of the greatest gaming organisations in Europe, consisting of Counter-Strike, Warcraft III, Quake 4, Battlefield 1942 and Unreal Tournament divisions.

2014

TeamoNe

Team oNe eSports is a Brazilian eSports organization. Aside from Rainbow Six, the team also has divisions for Free Fire, League of Legends, and Counter-Strike.

2014

Obey Alliance

Obey Alliance is an esports organization based out of the United States. They are most well known for their Call of Duty creator team.

2013

Team Envy

Team Envy was an American esports franchise based in Dallas, Texas, owned by Envy Gaming. Founded in 2007 as a professional Call of Duty team under the moniker Team EnVyUs, they fielded rosters in Counter-Strike, FIFA, Fortnite, Gears of War, Halo, League of Legends, Chess, Magic: the Gathering, Overwatch, Paladins, PUBG, Rocket League, SMITE, StarCraft, Super Smash Bros., Street Fighter and Valorant. Following the merger between Envy Gaming and OpTic Gaming, Envy Gaming retired the Team Envy brand in June 2022, shifting all of them to the OpTic Gaming moniker.

2013

MLG

Major League Gaming Corp. (MLG) is a professional esports organization. MLG is headquartered in New York City, New York and was founded in 2002 by Sundance DiGiovanni and Mike Sepso.

2013

ESWC

The Electronic Sports World Convention (ESWC) (formerly known as Electronic Sports World Cup) is an international professional gaming championship. Every year, winners of national qualifier events around the world earn the right to represent their country in the ESWC Finals. The event has been praised for its organisation and ability to put on a good show for spectators.

2013

NIP

Ninjas in Pyjamas (NIP) is a professional esports organisation based in Sweden that is best known for its Counter-Strike teams. In 2012, the team reformed with a Counter Strike: Global Offensive lineup upon the release of the game. Aside from Counter-Strike, the organisation has teams in Valorant, Rainbow Six Siege, FIFA, and League of Legends. They formerly had teams in Fortnite Battle Royale, Overwatch, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Paladins.

2013

Luminosity

Luminosity Gaming is a professional esports organization based in North America. It has teams competing in Call of Duty, Overwatch, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege, Super Smash Bros., Fortnite, Apex Legends and Rocket League. The team was founded in Canada by Steve "Buyaka" Maida in 2015, and is based in Toronto, Ontario.

2013

Natus Vincere

Natus Vincere (Latin for "born to win"), commonly referred as abbreviated name NAVI (formerly Na`Vi), is a Ukrainian esports organization based in Kyiv. Founded in 2009, the organization has teams and players competing in various games, such as Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, FIFA, Brawl Stars, World of Tanks, Paladins, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds,Clash of Clans,Apex Legends, Rainbow Six Siege, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Fortnite, and VALORANT. Na'Vi's Counter-Strike team was the first in history to win three premier tournaments—Intel Extreme Masters, Electronic Sports World Cup, and World Cyber Games 2010—in one calendar year. Their Dota 2 squad won The International 2011, becoming the most successful esports organization at the time.

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2013

Team-Spirit

Team Spirit is a Russian esports organization founded in 2015. In 2021, it became the second Eastern European-based organization to win The International after Na'Vi. The organization has been headquartered in Belgrade, Serbia since 2022.

2013

Tyloo

TYLOO is a Chinese esports organization, widely considered as one of the pioneers of the Chinese Counter-Strike: Global Offensive scene.

2013

Dignitas

Dignitas is a professional esports organization based in Newark, New Jersey. It was founded by Michael "ODEE" O'Dell in 2003 as a merger of two top Battlefield 1942 clans. Dignitas was acquired by the Philadelphia 76ers in 2016 and is now a part of Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment. The team is best known for its League of Legends, Rocket League, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squads.

2013

Red Canids Brazil

RED Canids is a Brazilian team, created with the acquisition of INTZ Red. During the first split of 2018, the team competed under the name Red Canids Corinthians, as a result of a partnership with sports club SC Corinthians Paulista. Currently the team competes as RED Canids Kalunga, as part of a title sponsorship deal with Brazilian store Kalunga.

2012

KaBuM

In 2013, KaBuM!, the biggest e-commerce platform in Latin America, announced the creation of a project dedicated to electronic esports with their own League of Legends team through the acquisition of the Nex Impetus's roster. Players and supporters often refer to themselves as ninjas, a reference to the team's parent company's mascot.

2012

WCG

The 2012 World Cyber Games (also known as WCG 2012) took place from 29 November to 2 December 2012 in Kunshan, Jiangsu, China. It was the second time the World Cyber Games (WCG) was held in China. The event hosted 500 players from 40 countries competing for prize pool over $258,000.

2012

Rogue

Rogue is an American esports organization. Rogue was a professional esports organization with teams competing across several different titles in Europe and the United States. It has two League of Legends teams based in Europe: a main team that participates in the League of Legends European Championship (LEC), and an academy team that participates in the Ultraliga.

2011

Team-Flash

Team Flash is a professional esports organization with FIFA Online 4, Fortnite, and Hearthstone teams competing in Singapore, and Arena of Valor, Free Fire, and League of Legends teams competing in Vietnam.

2011

MiTH

The beginning of the organization came from the event that Chanignun Thipairote had seen the E-Sports of other countries, and they were better than Thailand. Then he decided to make a team. The first team that joined MiTh was MiTh. GC (GlamoRous Crazy), which was the Point Bank champion of Thailand at that time and win the PBIC tournament in 2011. After that, the organization grew and a lot of sponsors supported them.

2011

Keyd-Stars

Keyd Stars is a Brazilian esports organization founded on June 1, 2010. Keyd Stars later rebranded to Vivo Keyd Stars due to a merger

2011

IEM

The Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) is a series of international esports tournaments held in countries around the world. These Electronic Sports League (ESL) sanctioned events, sponsored by Intel, as of 2022 currently host events in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and StarCraft II. Other game titles were hosted in the past.[1] The body that owns the league is Turtle Entertainment. The League has operated 17 seasons as of 2023. The season finals, with the largest prize pool, take place in Katowice, Poland. Mid-season events are held in numerous cities around the globe, including Chicago, Shanghai and Sydney.

2011

Royal Ravens

The London Royal Ravens is a British professional Call of Duty League (CDL) esports team based in London, United Kingdom. London Royal Ravens is owned by ReKTGlobal, an esports parent company who also owns Rogue.

2011

Signature

Signature Gaming is a Thai Esports organization. Founded by g0hk. The organization had notable presence in Shooters & MMOs. Including FIFA, Special Force, Soldier Front 2, PUBG and Point Blank.

2010

Elite 8

Elite 8 is an Indonesian organization started by Heinrich "officialhein" Ramli. The organization started out in Vainglory and eventually qualified for Vainglory World Championship 2017, being the only team representing the Indonesian community.

2010

Bacon-Time

Bacon Time is a Thai Esports organization known for its Arena of Valor team. In 2017 the team was able to win multiple championships such as the RPL Season 1, while becoming 3rd in Season 2. During Season 3, the team split to join other teams and came back together half a year after, while not having a slot franchise partner to participate in Season 4 and therefore being forced to play in the professional league’s subdivision hosted. During being in the subdivision the team has played under the name of BEBEC.

2010

Furia

Furia Esports, stylized as FURIA Esports or simply FURIA, is a Brazilian professional esports organization. Furia competes in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rocket League, League of Legends, Valorant, Rainbow Six: Siege, Apex Legends and Super Smash Bros. In 2022, Furia was named the fourth biggest esports organization in the world by the North American portal Nerd Street.

2010

OMG

OMG (short for Oh My God) is a Chinese esports organization. Their League of Legends division was formed in May 2012 and competes in the League of Legends Pro League (LPL). The team made its first appearance at the League of Legends World Championship in 2013 and qualified again the following year.

2010

Hammers-Esports

Hammers eSports is an eSports organization currently fielding teams in Overwatch, VainGlory and Clash Royale. The organization began with just fielding VainGlory Teams as Halcyon Hammers but, explored interest in other games by April, 2016. Hammers VainGlory team played in the North American Spring Season Finals.

2010

INTZ-Brazil

INTZ is a Brazilian multi-gaming organization founded in June 2014. It currently fields a roster in the Brazilian CBLOL League. They were previously known as INTZ e-Sports. INTZ fields teams in League of Legends, Rainbow Six: Siege, Smite, Dota 2, FIFA, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch, and formerly in Rocket League.

2009

Fnatic

Fnatic is a professional esports organisation headquartered in London, United Kingdom. Founded on 23 July 2004, the team has players from around the world, across a variety of games, such as Apex Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, FIFA, Heroes of the Storm, League of Legends, Valorant, and Rainbow Six Siege. Fnatic's League of Legends team won the first-ever League of Legends World Championship in 2011, and also held the record for the most League of Legends Championship Series split titles in the LEC—totalling seven of the 19 played so far (as of August 2022)—until G2 Esports won their eighth title in the 2020 LEC Summer Split. With the 2015 EU LCS Summer Split they became the first LCS team to finish a split undefeated.

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2009

WCG

The 2009 World Cyber Games (also known as WCG 09 or World Cyber Games 09) took place from November 11 to November 15, 2009, in Chengdu, Sichuan, China. It had over 600 participants from 70 countries taking part in Warcraft III, StarCraft, Counter-Strike, FIFA 09, Carom3D, Red Stone and TrackMania Nations Forever on PC Guitar Hero: World Tour and Virtua Fighter 5 on Xbox 360 Asphalt4, and Wise Star 2 on Mobile. The prize money is estimated at around $500,000.

2008

Vici Gaming

Vici Gaming (VG) is a Chinese professional esports organization based in Shanghai. It has teams competing in Dota 2, League of Legends, StarCraft II, WarCraft III, FIFA, Hearthstone and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Vici Gaming's Dota 2 team has been a top contender in numerous tournaments, most notably as runners-up of The International 2014.

2007

WNV

wNv Teamwork was a Chinese organization relaunched by Zhe "Rap" Lu in March2017. wNv Gaming was a professional Chinese esports organization that disbanded in late 2010. Before the dissolution of the original wNv, the organization had players representing them in Counter-Strike and Warcraft III.