Liquid lead the pack with US $28,199,060, which is more than $4 million above second-placed Evil Geniuses. While that should come as no surprise given Liquid own 24 professional gaming teams, it is the franchise’s recent performances in the Counter-Strike esports scene that has pushed that figure towards the $30m mark.
Out of all their teams, Team Liquid’s Dota esports squad is by far the most successful when it comes to bringing home prize money. While they are now a far cry from their impressive 2017 season, they boast with an impressive $17,999,599 in earnings across seven years.
The second-most profitable esport for Team Liquid is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, where their team has earned $3,703,875 across four years. Over half of that (50.18%) has come in 2019 alone, amounting to $1,858,700. Four title wins in the span of a month have earned the team $1,475,000 since June, which has made Liquid’s CS:GO roster one of the richest in the world.
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