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Dragon Ranger Gaming (DRG), una organización china de deportes electrónicos, se fundó el 21 de diciembre de 2016. Antes de esto, el predecesor de DRG era una división de Honor of Kings of GK eSports Club. DRG logró los cuatro primeros en el Torneo de Primavera de King Pro League (KPL) 2018. En 2021, lograron el subcampeonato de la Copa Mundial de Campeones Glory of Honor of Kings y el campeón de la Temporada 2 de la Copa Honor of Kings Thunder. tercer lugar en el Torneo de Primavera King Pro League 2022, seguido de un cuarto lugar en el Torneo de Verano. Su impresionante actuación continuó y consiguieron el segundo lugar en la prestigiosa Copa Mundial de Campeones Gloria de Honor de los Reyes.



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.



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.


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.


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.



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.



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.



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.



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.