Here is a list of the best, top and richest eSports teams in the Philippines based on their earning, players and recent performances
There are a lot of world-class teams that emerged from Philippines. Moreover, games like Dota 2, CS: GO and League of Legends are some of the famous games in the country. There are some world-class organizations that can be termed eSports teams in the country. Teams like TNC Predators and Mineski have represented their country on the world level and proved themselves the best on several occasions.
So, here is a list of the best eSports teams in Philippines based on their performances and earnings.
List Of The Top, Richest And Best Esports Teams And Player In The Philippines
One of the most successful teams in Philippines is TNC Predator. It has divisions of games like Fortnite, League of Legends, and Dota 2. Currently, there are no Dota 2 teams in the organization.
The team won several majors and also played in the Internationals which is considered as the biggest tournament in Dota 2.
Founded in 2004, Mineski was one of the biggest teams in the country. Moreover, the team is now disbanded and there are no divisions.
The team won the Dota 2 Asia Championships in 2018. Also, they played in the Internationals in 2018 and in 2019.
Another Philippines-based Dota 2 team which was proved itself on the global stage. Currently, the team consists of a four-man squad.
Excreation’s played in The Internationals back in 2017, where they finished 13th-15th. Further, they won few tournaments including MPGL Asian Championship.
The team has a division of Dota 2 which mostly competes in tier 2 or Tier 3. The team has a five-man roster that won The Nationals Season 2 recently. Cignal Ultra finished second at World Cyber Games 2019 and won the The Nationals Season 2 in 2020 which is said to be a Tier 3 tournament.
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The team won the Dota Pro Circuit 2021: S2 – Southeast Asia Upper Division which is a Tier-1 tournament. Currently, there are three active players from the team.
The team last played in Dota Pro Circuit 2021: S2, Southeast Asia Upper Division where they finished 5th.