Esports organizations aren’t simply growing in size: they’re already massive. Taking cues from the expansion of the video games industry, most of those teams decided to branch out into different disciplines, becoming powerhouses in numerous games simultaneously. The largest organizations are Team Liquid (the greatest prize money winner in the gaming world), Evil Geniuses, and Invictus Gaming. Now, let’s take a closer look at the top esports teams.
Regarding the team’s record, there is no doubt that Team Liquid has some of the most gifted players on the planet. After all, Team Liquid has won over $35 million despite playing in over 1,700 tournaments worldwide, with 60+ rising players. The juggernaut organization is the second-highest prize winner of all time in Dota 2 (nearly $22 million in 97 events played), and Valve’s game accounts for 63 percent of the team’s total revenue. Many prominent players played for the Dota 2 squad, including the Bulgarian Ivan “MinD ContRoL” Ivanov and the German Kuro “KuroKy” Takhasomi. Team Liquid is also heavily involved in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Starcraft II, and, most recently, the North American League of Legends competition known as the LCS.
The members of Evil Geniuses are not only some of the most brilliant players in Esports, but they also have one of the most inventive Esports team names of all time. With more than $20 million in cash prizes, Evil Geniuses is the third most profitable Dota 2 team in history. Their most famous achievement was winning The International in 2015, with over $6 million in prize money. However, they consistently place high in Dota 2 majors, having participated in 116 different tournaments.
Fnatic is among the most renowned League of Legends teams, although its total revenues split amongst the three most popular esports disciplines: CS: GO (28.56 percent), Dota 2 (25.88 percent), and League of Legends (25.88 percent) (17.48 percent ). With Asian supremacy of LoL competitions peaking during Faker’s era, European Fnatic failed to achieve excellent success outside of the European League (LEC). Nevertheless, everything changed at Worlds 2018: the squad defeated the favorites and advanced to the title finals. Despite this, the organization remains a danger in the global league of Legends situation, having collected about $3 million in tournament prizes. And now for their thrilling games across 73 tournaments.
Top Esports teams is Cloud9, which is among the world’s largest esports companies. With considerable pro participation in various videogames like Rocket League, Call of Duty, and others. In League of Legends, the squad is rank seventh in prize money, with little more than $1.6 million already collected. The squad’s most noteworthy player was Zachary “Sneaky” Scuderi, who performed as ad-carry for the team before retiring. And is well-known for gameplay tactics and his cosplaying activities.
100 Thieves is famous for routinely competing in various significant competitions. Including the American LoL LCS, Call of Duty, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. While the American organization has earned the most money in Fortnite: $2.2 million over 40 events. 100T is owned by the NBA franchise Cleveland Cavaliers. And along with finishing third in the 2019 World Cup pair, they’ve put out a statement by dominating 2020’s Dreamhack. Anaheim.