Team Queso is a professional Spanish Esports organization based in Argentina. Team Queso is known for its lineups in games like Clash Royale, Arena of Valor, CS:GO, Rainbow Six. Ken Team Queso PUBG Owner, Country, Achievements, Roster, Net Worth, History
Team Queso was founded in 2017 by Alvaro Gonzalez, they entered the PUBG mobile scenario in 2019 and signed a roster. They play from the region of South America.
Originally all the players came from Spain, but as the company progressed, there were a lot of international changes and many players from the lineup were changed. The lineup failed to impress the fans as much as it did the organization in 2019 and into the early days of 2022. But in late 2022, Team Queso started giving podium finishes in both national and global tournaments.
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On March 26, 2019, Team Queso signed a Spanish roster consisting of PRZ, Wakala, Gochiiii, luNatik, Karrik, but shortly after three months this Spanish roster was delisted and Team Queso acquired the LATAM roster and the players were Mystic, Tate, Dekc.
Next was added to the roster on February 15, 2022, and Mystic left the team shortly after in December 2022.
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In 2022, Marco and Axeel said goodbye to the team and a new addition of “ByeBye” was made. ByeBye was hired as a loan player and then Cunha was added to the roster on January 29, 2022.
|In game name||Real name||Role||Accession Date|
|Bye||André de Jesus||11-01-2022|
Achievements and Tournaments
|PUBG Mobile Pro League Americas Championship S2||14-11-2021||5th||$7,000|
|PUBG Mobile Pro League Americas Championship S1||20-06-2021||4th||$10,000|
|PUBG Mobile Pro League Latin America S1: Final||23-05-2021||1st||$10,000|
|PUBG Mobile Pro League- America’s S2: League||18-10-2022||1st||$14,000|
|PUBG Mobile Pro League- Americas S1||28-06-2022||6th||$8,500|
|Peacekeeper Elite Championship 2019||29-12-2019||9th||$8,586|
|PUBG Mobile Star Challenge 2019 World Cup||14-12-2019||3rd||$30,000|
|PUBG Mobile Club Open: Fall Split Global Finals||01-12-2019||6th||$13,000|
|PUBG Mobile Club Open: Fall Split: South America||27-10-2019||1st||$9,300|
|PUBG Mobile Club Open: Spring Split: Global Finals||28-07-2019||7th||$6,000|
Mainly in PUBG, Mobile Team Queso earns from the tournament prize pools, and the total revenue so far is about $161,136. Also, there are several brand recommendations and the value is not disclosed by the organization. The annual difference in tournament earnings is as follows:
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