Actual performance statistics can hardly be overestimated. So on the website EGamersWorld, you will always find actual information about the recent performance of PSG.LGD.
What play PSG.LGD demonstrated in the last matches:
The number of victories in the last 10 matches: 4 (45%).
The number of matches, which were played by PSG.LGD in the past 3 months - 43. Also, the number of won matches - 28, which amounted 66%.
The number of matches, which were played by PSG.LGD in the past year - 85. Also, the number of won matches - 60, which amounted 71%.
The next match of the team PSG.LGD will be carried out against the team Coming soon. According to the schedule of the tournament Coming soon, the match will be held on Coming soon.
It will not be odd to mention that PSG.LGD faced in its previous match with the team Quest Esports on 26.07.2023. The opponents played this match at the tournament Riyadh Masters 2023.
In the above-mentioned match, the players from the team Quest Esports appeared to be stronger who defeated the opponent with a score of 2:0.
Fans of the team PSG.LGD are not excited about the team’s recent results. 2 victory(victories) in 5 matches reflect the team’s unstable play.
LGD Gaming is one of the oldest and most famous multigaming organizations in China. The roster of the organization are represented in the most popular disciplines including Dota 2, League of Legends and CS:GO. In 2018 LGD started to collaborate with the football club Paris Saint-Germain and obtained a name PSG.LGD.
Let us take a look at the history of the Dota subdivision of the Chinese giant.
At first, LGD Gaming appeared on the competitive stage at the dawn of esports. However, the Chinese region always stood out thanks to their closed policies related to international competitions, so LGD played at local championships for a long time. The debut of LGD Gaming was 2012. Then LGD won Gigabyte Dota 2 Masters. The team was made up by:
After the victory at a rather big event of those times, LGD continued to perform in Dota 2. They took 5th-8th place at BeyondTheSummit World Tour. In the same year, LGD got invited to The International 2012.
At the main tournament of the year, LGD showed a phenomenal result at the group stage as they did not lose any map. Only Natus Vincere managed to stop the march of the Chinese grand when LGD dropped to the lower bracket where they left the tournament defeated by IG. The outcome was third place. After TI2, LGD went on playing at tournaments of the top class.
In November 2012, they took first place at G-1 Champions League Season 4, and in December they finished at GEST The Challenge #1 and won The Asia 2012.
2013 was full of prize places for LGD. In January, the team finished third at the second season of G-League, and 4 months later the players finished second at G-1 Championship League Season 5. In May, the team managed to win the qualifiers for The International 2013.
In June, the team finished third at Dota 2 Super League, July brought them second place at Alienware Cup 2013 – Season 1 and a victory at RedBull ECL 2013 Dota 2 Season. LGD was considered to be one of the favourites at the upcoming International 2013. However, at the tournament the situation was absolutely different. LGD finished their performance at 9th-12th place, so they were not able to meet the expectations of their fans. It led to changes in the roster. sylar left the team, and his position was taken by xiaotuji.
After the replacement in the roster, LGD continued to work hard which resulted in worthy results. Till the end of 2013, LGD took third place at Sina Cup Supernova Dota 2 Open Season 1, first place at National Electronic Sports Tournament 2013, second place Sina Cup Supernova Dota 2 Open Season 2, 3rd-4th at G-League 2013, and fourth place at 2013 WPC ACE Dota 2 League. For all that, the players faced new problems in the following year.
2014 and Unstable Period
The next year started well for LGD: the team won Dota 2 League Season 4, took fourth place at Sina Cup Supernova Dota 2 Open Season 3, second place at Netolic Pro League #5 East. But those results did not prevent the players from new changes in the roster.
In February, the team lost xiao8 and took on Maybe instead of him. In March, Icy became a member of the team, and Maybe got the position of a sixth player. After such reshuffles, LGD took 5th-8th place at WVW National Electronic Sports Classic April. The players had been playing well before the beginning of the summer, and in June the team started to receive some make-up calls. We should mention that before that, in April, LGD had announced the foundation of LGD.CDEC, with Maybe as a captain.
Returning to the lineup – starting with June, the players showed lousy gaming. They took 5th-12th place at ECL 2014 Spring, 5th-8th place at WVW National Electronic Sports Classic June and 7th-8th place at CDEC New Star Challenge. Later on, the team finished fourth at GEST The Challenge #5, however the following results had a lot of room for improvement.
At The International 2014, LGD got placed 5th-6th, and then announced a new roster. It included Faith, MMY, Sylar, injuly, and inflame. After the team took 5th-6th place, LGD resorted to changes again. The roster dismissed Inflame, DDC, and Lin. inflame’s position was given to Yao.
LGD’s renewed roster went on to take middle places in the brackets of championships and it continued till December 2014. At the end of the year, LGD won G-League 2014 and took third place at ECL 2014 Dota 2 Autumn.
Fleeting Return of Success
The following year started with a victory at i-League Season 2 which was later darkened with 9th-12th place at Dota 2 Asia Championship League. After their failure at Dota 2 Asia Championship League, Faith left the team and was replaced by xiao8. Several days later, LGD completed their new roster after signing Maybe.
The renewed roster helped LGD come back to their previous results. Before The International 2015, the team won MarsTV Dota 2 League 2015 Spring – Chinese League, i-League Season 3, World Cyber Arena 2015 – Chinese Pro Qualifiers and G-League 2015. At The International 2015, the team took third place which was not enough to keep the roster. After The International 2015, the team dismissed Yao, and r0tK got the position.
The new roster’s results got worse. The team took 7th-8th place at MLG World Finals, Nanyang Dota 2 Championship and Frankfurt Major 2015. Those results continued in 2016 as well.
Search of an Optimal Roster
The beginning of 2016 was pretty bumpy for the players. The team took 5th-8th place at Shanghai Dota 2 Open, 3rd-4th place at StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 1 and 4th place at MarsTV Dota 2 League 2015 Winter. At Shanghai Major 2016, LGD finished 9th-12th place which was followed by new changes. LGD updated their roster which then included Agressif, September and xiao8.
This version of the LGD roster played together till the end of TI 2016. They managed to finish third at StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 1 and fourth at The Manila Major 2016. Also the club won Dota 2 Professional League Season 1. However, LGD took 9th-12th place at The International 2016. After that LGD again went through a makeover. The renewed roster was made up by:
Those players represented LGD till the end of the season. They took second place at WCA2016 CN Qualifiers S3 and fourth place at Dota 2 ACE – Provisional.
2017 did not bring any significant results for LGD but the summer was pretty fruitful for the players. The team took first place at Mars Dota 2 League 2017 and fourth place at The International 2017.
Till the end of the year, LGD introduced their new roster. It included:
At the beginning of the following year Ame replaced ISI in the roster. Later Yao’s position will be given to xNova.
In 2018, LGD finally revealed their potential. The team started the year actively with a victory at the qualifiers for ESL One Katowice 2018 and StarLadder I-League Invitational. At the second tournament the team took second place and at ESL One Katowice 2018 – 9th-12th place. However, it did not break LGD, and they kept on gaining momentum. In April 2018, the team finished second at Dota 2 Asia Championship 2018, after that the organization started collaborating with PSG, and the team started to be called PSG.LGD. LGD began to shine again with the new partner.
In May, the players won EPICENTER XL and MDL Changsha Major, and in June they took third place at China Dota2 Supermajor. At The International 2018, PSG.LGD stopped one step away from championship being defeated by OG at one of the most epic series in history.
In 2019, they repeated their attempt to win TI2019. To achieve their goal, the team took fourth place at The Chongqing Major, MDL Disneyland Paris Major and 5th-6th place at EPICENTER Major 2019. As for The International 2019 itself, LGD finished third being very close to a revenge match with OG who became champions for the second time then.
2020 and Online Period
In 2020, PSG.LGD continued taking part in all possible tournaments, however, they could do it only online. The players won China Dota2 Professional League Season 1, China Dota2 Professional League Season 2, ESL One Birmingham 2020 – Online: China. Nevertheless, the roster needed a makeover which happened in September 2020. The new PSG.LGD roster consisted of:
This roster helped PSG.LGD to become the champions of China Dota2 Pro Cup Season 1, CDA-FDC Professional Championship, CDA-FDA Professional Championship Season 2.
Organization and Awards
The CEO of PSG.LGD is Pan Jie, the manager’s position is taken by Wang Changqi. The captain’s slot is given to y’, and the coach is xiao8.
PSG.LGD collaborates with such brands like PSG Esports, VPGAME, China CITIC Bank, Visa, Monster Energy, Douyu.
Since the foundation of the Dota subdivision, the rosters have gained over $16,215,000 of grabs.