The leading American business magazine Forbes released the annual estimate revenue featuring the top 10 most valuable esports organizations since 2018. The list is created on the basis of “Investors, company executives, advisors for investment, public documents.” in a particular esports organization.
There is also the room for organizations to inflate the figures, so according to Forbes, this is an informed estimate, not the exact and accurate value. If we compare this list with the last years top 10, 100 Thieves jumped 5 spots up to 5th spot whereas Immortals Gaming couldn’t make in top 10.
Here is the list of top 10 most valuable esports organizations
1. Team SoloMid (TSM)
- Total Value – $410 million (+3%)
- Estimated Revenue- $45 million
Team SoloMid has one of the strongest League of Legends team who participate in the LCS event. They also have the teams of multiple games as like Apex Legends, Fortnite, Icon Influencers, Magic the Gathering, PUBG, PUBG Mobile, Rainbow 6, Super Smash Bros, Team Fight Tactics, Valorant.
- Total Value – $350 million (-13%)
- Estimated revenue – $30 million
Cloud9 has the franchise teams of League of Legends and OverWatch League. They also own the non-franchise teams of CS: GO, Valorant, Fortnite, Halo, World of Warcraft, Hearthstone, Teamfight Tactics, Rainbow 6, Super Smash Bros. The company recently released its PUBG Mobile roster.
3. Team Liquid
- Total Value – $310 million (-3%)
- Estimated revenue – $28 million
Team Liquid has the franchise team of League of Legends who represent them at LCS. Team Liquid have a large number of non-franchise teams where they own teams featuring different titles CS:GO, VALORANT, PUBG, Fortnite, Rainbow6, Heartstone, DOTA2, Super Smash Bros, and StarCraft II.
4. FaZe Clan
- Total Value – $305 million (+27%)
- Estimated revenue – $40 million
FaZe Clan owns the franchise team of Call of Duty League along with the multiple non-franchise teams as like CS:GO, Fortnite, VALORANT, PUBG, FIFA, and Rainbow6.
5. 100 Thieves
- Total Value – $190 million (+27%)
- Estimated revenue – $16 million
100 Thieves owns the franchise teams of League of Legends and Call of Duty League. 100 Thieves also have the teams in Fortnite and VALORANT.
- Total Value – $185 million (-)
- Estimated revenue – $14 million
Gen.G has the franchise Teams of NBA 2K League, League of Legends, and Overwatch League. They also owned the teams of Fortnite, PUBG, Valorant.
7. Enthusiast Gaming
- Total Value – $180 million (-)
- Estimated revenue – $95 million
Enthusiast Gaming owns the teams of Call of Duty, Overwatch, Apex Legends, Fortnite, VALORANT, and Madden.
8. G2 Esports
- Total Value – $175 million (+6%)
- Estimated revenue – $19 million
G2 Esports owns one of the best League of Legends team from Europe along with various different games such as Fortnite, CS:GO, Rocket League, Sim Racing, Valorant, Rainbow6, Heartstone.
9. NRG Esports
- Total Value – $155 million (+3%)
- Estimated revenue – $20 million
NRG Esports got popular by their teams of Call of Duty League and OverWatch League. They also have the teams of Fortnite, Valorant, Apex Legends, and Rocket League.
- Total Value – $150 million (-)
- Estimated revenue – $15 million
T1 is one of the most popular organizations in League of Legends Esports, they own three times WORLDS champions title. They also own the teams of Overwatch, DOTA2, Apex Legends, PUBG, PUBG Mobile, Fortnite, and Heartstone.
We hope that esports will once again start gaining its pace with some major live events in 2021. Though Fortnite World Cup 2021 and first CSGO major of 2021 has been cancelled.