Team Weibo PUBG Owner, Country, Roster, History, Achievements, Net Worth

Team Weibo, is an esports team based in China. Founded in 2021, the organization has teams and players competing in various games. Recently, Team Weibo Zimo, an esports player from Honor of Kings game, signed for $1.89 million. This is the highest award ever given to an esports player. Team Weibo entered the competitive PUBG Mobile in March 2021 and immediately became a successful team by taking podium places in almost all the official tournaments they played. It is considered the best in the Asia region and it is also one of the best teams at the global level.

The start of 2021 was very good for the team as they performed exceptionally well in the early days of 2021. They had a podium finish in the first two tournaments they played. But their streak of performance gradually came to an end and from the end of 2021 they have problems finishing the tournaments well.

Team Weibo PUBG Roster

Team Weibo entered the PUBG mobile scenario on March 7, 2021, and their first signings were General, Ming, Z9, Broncho, and Benzhai. There have been no major changes to the squad other than adding a few Chinese names to the roster. Zhou “Honey” Feng is the coach for the PUBG mobile roster. Sina Weibo, Douyu, Dareu, IPASON are the current sponsors of the organization

Active schedule

In game name Real name Role Accession Date
General run ma Beginner 07-03-2021
Ming Haoming Chen Beginner 07-03-2021
Z9 Chen Zixuan Beginner 07-03-2021
broncho Zhiwei Zeng Beginner 07-03-2021
Benzhai Zhiqi Shuo Beginner 07-03-2021

performance

Tournament Date Position Price
Peacekeeper Elite League 2021 Season 4 28-11-2021 8th $.497,188
Peacekeeper Elite League 2021 Season 3 03-10-2021 14th $82,273
Douyu Gold League 2021 13-07-2021 1st $22,392
Peacekeeper Elite League 2021 Season 2 13-06-2021 9th $192,227
Peace Elite Asia Invitational 2021 29-04-2021 1st $185,408
Peacekeeper Elite League 2021 Season 1 18-04-2021 1st $391,044

Team Weibo Net worth

Mainly in PUBG Mobile, Team Weibo earns from the tournament prize pools, and the total revenue so far is approximately $1,370,532. Also, there are several brand recommendations and the value is not disclosed by the organization,

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Updated: March 15, 2022 — 7:53 am

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