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Top 10 Best Esports Teams In The World: Highest Earning And Richest Teams

Top 10 Best Esports Teams In The World: Highest Earning And Richest Teams

Here is a list of the top 10 eSports teams in the world, know the rankings of TSM and Team Liquid along with the highest earning and richest sides

Esports is now getting recognition around the globe. According to Forbes, the eSports teams have started earning revenue and in a huge amount. However, most of the top teams are based in America and Europe, very few are found in Asian or Arabian countries. Most of these teams don’t stick to just one game and drop their rosters for every game possible.

Recently, teams like Fnatic, TSM, and Vitality expanded themselves and reached India. All these teams owned a PUBG Mobile/ BGMI lineup in the sub-continent country. Although Fnatic left after the ban, TSM is still active. So, here is a list of the top 10 eSports teams in the world with all the details.

Ranked List Of The Top 10 Esports Teams in World And Highest Earning, Richest Sides

Most of the PC games have a high prize pool. Recently, Dota 2 broke all the records of prize pools by announcing their international tournament worth $34.3 million. Meaning the winning team will at least be getting $5 million after all the cut-outs.

Al the top teams compete in games like League of Legends, CS: GO, and Dota 2 which have high money at stake. Recently, TSM partnered with FTX to get $200 million making them one of the richest teams of esports. So, here is a list of the top 10 esports terms:

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10. T1 ( South Korea)

  • Value: $150 million
  • 1-Year Change: NR
  • Estimated Revenue: $15 million
  • Revenue From Esports: 60%
  • Teams: League of Legends Champions Korea – T1, Apex Legends, Dota 2, Fortnite, Hearthstone, Overwatch Contenders, PUBG

9. NRG Esports (USA)

  • Value: $155 million
  • 1-Year Change: 3%
  • Estimated Revenue: $20 million
  • Revenue From Esports: 25%
  • Teams: OpTic Chicago, OWL – San Francisco Shock, Apex Legends, Fortnite, Rocket League, Valorant

8. G2 Esports (Europe)

  • Value: $175 million
  • 1-Year Change: 6%
  • Estimated Revenue: $19 million
  • Revenue From Esports: 80%
  • Teams: League of Legends European Championship – G2, CS:GO, Fortnite, Hearthstone, Rainbow 6, Rocket League, Sim Racing Valorant

7. Enthusiast Gaming (Canada)

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  • Value: $180 million
  • 1-Year Change: NR
  • Estimated Revenue: $95 million
  • Revenue From Esports: 6%
  • Teams: CDL – Seattle Surge, OWL – Vancouver Titans, Apex, Fortnite, Madden, Valorant

6. Gen.G (USA)

  • Value: $185 million
  • 1-Year Change: 0%
  • Estimated Revenue: $14 million
  • Revenue From Esports: 75%
  • Teams: Gen.G, NBA 2K League -Shanghai, Seoul Dynasty,  Fortnite, Overwatch Contenders, PUBG, Valorant

5. 100 Thieves (USA)

  • Value: $190 million
  • 1-Year Change: 19%
  • Estimated Revenue: $16 million
  • Revenue From Esports: 35%
  • Teams: 100 Thieves, Los Angeles Thieves, Fortnite, Valorant

4. FaZe Clan (USA)

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  • Value: $305 million
  • 1-Year Change: 27%
  • Estimated Revenue: $40 million
  • Revenue From Esports: 20%
  • Teams: Atlanta FaZe, CS:GO, FIFA, Fortnite, PUBG, Rainbow 6, Valorant

3. Team Liquid (Europe)

  • Value: $310 million
  • 1-Year Change: -3%
  • Estimated Revenue: $28 million
  • Revenue From Esports: 89%
  • Teams:  Team Liquid, CS:GO, Dota 2, Fortnite, Hearthstone, PUBG, Rainbow 6, Super Smash Bros, Valorant

2. Cloud9 (USA)

  • Value: $350 million
  • 1-Year Change: -13%
  • Estimated Revenue: $30 million
  • Revenue From Esports: 70%
  • Teams: Cloud9, OWL – London Spitfire, CS:GO, Fortnite, Halo, Hearthstone, Rainbow 6, Super Smash Bros, Teamfight Tactics, Valorant, World of Warcraft
  1. TSM (USA)
  • Value: $410 million
  • 1-Year Change: 3%
  • Revenue From Esports: 50%
    Teams: TSM, Apex Legends, Fortnite, Icon Influencers, Magic the Gathering, PUBG, PUBG Mobile, Rainbow 6, Super Smash Bros, Team Fight Tactics, Valorant

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