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PSG.LGD is one of the world’s top esports team and a favourite amongs esports bettors and as such, almost all reputable esports betting sites will offer odds for the French / Chinese team.
LGD Gaming is a Chinese multi-gaming team sponsored by Guizhou Laogandie Food. The organization has its best teams in Dota 2 but it is also active in League of Legends, Valorant, Arena of Valor, Wild Rift, Overwatch, PUBG, and CS:GO.
The organization started its esports activity in 2009 and since then it has had a lot of changes and won a lot of prizes.
On April 19th, 2018, LGD entered a partnership with French football giants Paris Saint-Germain and their main squad would be known as PSG.LGD. The first event won under this partnership was at EPICENTRAL XL, when they defeated Team Liquid in the finals.
PSG.LGD Major Results
The organization came into the Dota scene in 2009 by sponsoring a team known as For The Dreams and after that, it became an important part of the Chinese esports scene.
The transition into Dota 2 began in March 2012 and after finishing in third place on The International 2012, they announced a new squad. Their second squad was made with international players but it end up being disbanded in December 2013 after some roster troubles.
In April 2012 LGD made another roster, LGD.CDEC (Chinese Dota Elite Community) with new players. After 6 months the squad was rebranded as CDEC Gaming for better exposure.
Some of their all-time achievements on the Dota 2 scene:
- The International 2012- third place
- G-1 Champions League Season 4 2012 – first place
- The Asia 2012 – first place
- RedBull ECL 2013 Dota 2 Season – first place
- National Electronic Sports Tournament 2013 – first place
- Dota 2 League Season 4 2014 – first place
- The International 2014 – 5th-6th place
- I-League Season 2 2015 – first place
- I-League Season 3 2015 – first place
- The International 2015 – first place
- The Manila Major 2016 – 4th place
- Mars Dota 2 League 2017 – first place
- The International 2017 – 4th place
- EPICENTER XL 2018 – first place
- The International 2018 – 2nd place
- The International 2019 – 3rd place
The team is also one of the 22 teams participating in The International 2020, programmed to be held this November in Bucharest. Besides these big events, here are some of PSG.LGD’s most recent winnings.
|10.09.2021||OGA Dota PIT Invitational||1st||$114,500|
|04.04.2021||ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021||4th||$75,000|
|29.08.2021||ESL One Fall 2021||2nd||$85,000|
|16.08.2021||OGA Dota PIT Season 5: China||1st||$62,500|
|23.08.2015||LPL Summer 2015||1st||$125,385|
|26.04.2015||LPL Spring 2015||2nd||$64,640|
|10.10.2020||2020 World Championship||9th-12||$55,625|
|25.08.2020||LPL Summer 2020||4th||$43,540|
|10.10.2020||2015 World Championship||9th-12||$43,000|
PSG.LGD Current Winnings
In terms of total winnings, PSG.LGD has collected almost $10,300,000 US dollars from all the tournaments they participated in according to Esports Earnings. About 94% of the organization’s income is from Dota 2 tournaments.
PSG.LGD’s Active Squads
Dota 2 Active Squad
PSG.LGD’s roster is changed pretty often and the last change came with this whole new squad. Talking about their incomes Wang Chungyu a.k.a. Ame has the best results, with earnings of almost $2,000,000 US Dollars. He is no. 3 in China and no 22 worldwide.
|NothingToSay||Cheng Jin Xiang|
LoL Active Squad
|Cult (top)||Chen Guo-Ji|
|Garvey (top)||Fang Jia-Wei|
|Shad0w (jungle)||Zhiqiang Zhao|
|Kui (jungle)||Ding Zi-Hao|
|Xiye (mid)||Su Han-Wei|
|Kramer (bot)||Ha Jong-hun|
|Chance (sup)||Pei Piao|
|Mark (sup)||Ling Xu|