RNG (Royal Never Give Up) Dota 2 team
Last active roster RNG
Events with RNG
There is not always an opportunity to enjoy the play of the favorite team RNG. On the website EGamersWorld, actual statistics of the discipline Dota 2 can always be seen, which will allow you to find out how the match with the participation of the favorite team RNG was played.
Game statistics of RNG in the last matches:
Victories in the recent 5 matches: (0%).
Victories in the recent 10 matches: 5 (50%).
The number of matches, which were played by RNG in the past 3 months - 24. Also, the number of won matches - 15, which amounted 63%.
The number of matches, which were played by RNG in the past year - 69. Also, the number of won matches - 43, which amounted 63%.
The next match of the team RNG 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.
The tournament The International 2022 was a place for the last match of RNG. At the above-mentioned event, RNG played a match against the team Entity, which was carried out on 20.10.2022.
Entity achieved victory in this match with a score of 0:1.
Considering the statistics of victories in the last 5 matches - victory(victories) (0%), we can say that RNG are far from their maximal gaming shape.
Esports news RNG
Royal Never Give Up (RNG) is a Chinese esports organization that became known mainly thanks to its League of Legends roster. Later the team debuted at other disciplines including Dota 2.
Let us tell us the history of the Dota 2 subdivision.
RNG first appeared on the esports radars in Dota 2 RNG in September 2018. Then the organization registered the first roster made up by:
- ah fu
By the end of the year the fresh team had made their name.
Season 2018 and First Results
The RNG roster debuted at the qualifiers for The Kuala Lumpur in the Chinese region. At the open qualifiers, RNG could not find worthy opponents for themselves even though their rivals at the closed qualifiers were definitely stronger. The team took 5th-6h place.
Their next performance happened at the qualifiers for DreamLeague Season 10 China Qualifier. RNG had gained some experience, so they managed to show good gaming and take first place providing themselves with a slot at the event.
Later the team participated in the qualifiers for ELS One Hamburg 2018 and 2018 Sanya DOTA2 New-Stars Play where RNG was unable to show their skill.
In November 2018, the team participated in their first big tournament, DreamLeague Season 10. There the team played pretty well and took third place.
Unfortunately, DreamLeague’s results were unable to be repeated for the Chinese gamers. The team took 12th-14th place at H-Cup Season 10, 5th-6th place at The Chongqing Major China Qualifier, fourth place at The Bucharest Minor China Qualifier and ESL One Katowice 2019 China Qualifier.
In December 2018, the team finished 5th-6th H-Cup Season 11 and 9th-11th at H-Cup Season 12.
The unsatisfactory results instigated changes in the team. Instead of 343, September became a new member of the team.
The second season started for RNG quite positively: The team made it to MDL Macau 2019 and again passed to the closed qualifiers for DreamLeague Season 11 at consummate ease.
Nevertheless, at the closed qualifiers RNG took only fourth place. However, their failure did not break the team and RNG proceeded to StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor.
Along with the good results in the team, the roster faced new changes in the roster: in February LaNm got a fifth position in the team.
In March, RNG took part in several important tournaments. The first was MDL Macau 2019, and there the Chinese players took 5th-6th place which was followed by StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor which resulted in 7th-8th place.
The management of the club had definitely expected better results, so they again decided to change the roster. The reshuffle started with a swap of roles: ah fu moved to fifth position, and LaNm took his role.
However, we cannot say that the changes were effective for the situation in the roster. After a little reshuffle, RNG took 9th-16th place at MDL Disneyland Paris Major China Open Qualifier, 5th-8th place at ESL One Birmingham 2019 China Open Qualifier. Nevertheless, the team was unable to get qualifiers for OGA Dota PIT Minor 2019.
At the minor, RNG demonstrated mediocre results. The team managed to take 7th-8th place, and it led to another changes in the roster. In April, the team welcomed Flyby, and the coach’s slot was given to Super.
The changes seemed to be not enough to improve their results, however, it was necessary and successful for RNG.
After the replacement, RNG finished second at EPICENTER Major 2019 China Qualifier which provided them with a slot at the Major in Moscow. After that the team took first place at WePlay! Dota 2 Tug of War: Dire Asia.
In June the team played at EPICENTER Major 2019 where they took 9th-12th team. Oddly to say, RNG did not hurry to make changes in the roster. The team with the same players went to play at the qualifiers for The International 2019 where they became the winners to everyone’s surprise. This event brought them a trip to the first tournament of The International series in the club’s history.
The championship, in fact, was pretty good for RNG. The team joined Top-8 where the players got beaten by Team Liquid at the elimination match, so they became silver finalists.
Besides, their performance at The International did not satisfy the management of the club, so RNG faced new reshuffles in the team. In September, the team dismissed LaNm and ah fu, and their slots were given to dogf1ghts and Fenrir. This roster represented the team till November 2019.
In this period, RNG had a series of qualifying tournaments where the team took fourth place. At the qualifiers for the Major tournament, DreamLeague Season 13, the team took seventh place. It instigated new changes in the roster.
The vacant slots of Fenrir and dogf1ghts were taken by Super and September. The renewed roster got qualified for WePlay! Bukovel Minor and took second place at Yabo Supreme Cup.
Season 2020 and Online
2020 started for RNG with second place at WePlay! Bukovel Minor 2020. Later the team won the qualifiers for ESL One Los Angeles 2020 and took fourth place at China Dota2 Professional League Season 1.
In April 2020, RNG won ESL One Los Angeles 2020 – Online: China. As well as other teams, RNG had to play online from that moment on. There the team demonstrated good results, entering Top-3 again and again. From June on, RNG has a series of tournaments where they took third place. This was what happened at China Dota2 Professional League Season 2, ESL One Birmingham 2020 – Online: China, BEYOND EPIC: China, and OGA Dota PIT S2: China.
After the successful tournament, RNG definitely hit a new low. The team finished 7th-8th at DPL-CDA Professional League Season 2, 5th-6th at China Dota2 Pro Cup Season 1 and OGA Dota PIT S3: China.
At the end of 2020, the team took 7th-8th place at CDA-FDC Professional Championship Season 2, 7th at China Dota2 Pro Cup Season 2 and 5th-6th at OGA Dota PIT S4: China. At the end of the year, RNG presented their new roster that consisted of:
The renewed roster became the champions at Huya Winter Invitational but they failed the qualifiers for Dota Pro Circuit 2021: S1 – China Closed Qualifier.
Organization and Awards
The manager of the roster is Lu Hao, and the coach’s slot is given to OP.
RNG collaborates with several famous brands including Kappa, China CITIC Bank, HQBET.
Also, at the end of 2019 RNG assembled their second roster called Royal.
Since the moment of the foundation of the Dota 2 subdivision gained over $1,100,000 of grabs for the club.