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FunPlus Phoenix (FPX) is an eSports organization from China. Currently, FunPlus Phoenix has rosters competing in League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Valorant, Fortnite, and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. 

The crowning moment for FPX came in 2019 when they won the League of Legends World Championship after storming through to the finals. Now, with a talented array of players under its belt, FPX is looking for more success over the coming decade. Currently, you can check out their Twitter and Instagram pages to see their latest updates.

FunPlus Phoenix History: 2017 – Now 

Fun Plus Phoenix was founded in 2017 by the huge video game developer FunPlus, a company that has developed State of Survival, King of Avalon, and various other popular mobile games. After a slow start in 2017, where they finished 9th place in the 2017 Demacia Championship (LoL), FPX has since made some significant steps forward in the industry. Known primarily for their League of Legends roster, FPX also competes heavily in the Counter-Strike world, having first entered the CS: GO scene in 2020. Although they’re still relatively fresh in this game, the Fun Plus CSGO team doesn’t fail to excite fans.

When 2022 arrived, FPX decided to build a Valorant roster for the EMEA (a combination of the Europe, Turkey, and CIS regions). They then managed to successfully qualify for the 2022 VCT: Stage 1 Masters that took place in Reykjavik. However, FPX couldn’t attend because they were going to field Russian and Ukrainian players who were faced with travel restrictions. 

After competing in more than 70 tournaments, FunPlus Phoenix currently sits with a modest value of around $3 million. Due to its popularity in China and Europe, FPX has also attracted various different sponsors over the years, including BMW, OPPO, PUMA, Cool Fish, and Herman Miller. 

How to Bet on FunPlus Phoenix

Whether you’re a diehard fan of FPX or enjoy watching eSports events on a casual basis, you might be interested in placing some bets on the action. Yes, that’s right: you can now bet on eSports. Providing you’re above the legal gambling age in your country/state, you can place your bet now. It’s easy to place bets before and during live tournaments, so make sure to keep tabs on which of your favorite eSports teams are due to compete soon. This year, FunPlus Phoenix is expected to have a busy gaming schedule, so don’t miss out on it. 

FunPlus Phoenix: Divisions, Games, Rosters

FunPlus Phoenix competes in a variety of rosters across divisions and tournaments for different games. Here’s a closer look at some of the main players across the FunPlus Phoenix rosters. 

League of Legends

The Fun Plus Phoenix LoL team entered the scene back in 2017, making their highly anticipated debut at the Demancia Cup (2017). In recent times, FPX has competed in the 2021 World Championship, where they experienced an early exit in Week 2 after losing all of their games. 

After undergoing several changes, FPX’s LoL roster now consists of 8 players – 6 of which joined in 2022. 

Ping “xiaolaohu” Xiaohu

A young and talented Top Laner from China who lasted competed in the 2022 Demacia Cup (A-tier). 

Chen “fearness” Guoji

“fearness” strikes fear into opponents and plays as Top Laner for FPX. He is sometimes referred to as “Cult”. 

He “haoye” Wenhao

A young Jungler looking to gain more tournament experience over the coming years. Currently, “haoye” is ranked #1131 in China. 

Yang “H4cker” Zhihao

“H4cker” currently plays as Jungler. He has a range of tournament experience, having previously played for Oh My God, eStar Gaming, and Ultra Prime. 

Yang “Care” Jie

A young Mid Laner who first went pro in 2021. 

Lin “Lwx” Weixiang

“Lwx” is a Bot Laner who has been competing in LoL since 2017. He is one of the longest-serving players on the FPX roster. 

Qian “Xingye” Ze 

“Xingye” plays as Bot Laner and is currently contracted with FPX until 2024. 

Dang “Lele” Bolin

“Lele” is a Support Player who first started out with Royal Never Give Up and Royal Club before switching to FPX in 2022. 


Despite only entering Valorant in 2020, the Fun Plus Phoenix Valorant team has quickly established itself as a force to be reckoned with. The 2023 FPX roster has been entirely refreshed with a combination of young and upcoming talent. 

Zhang “AAAAY” Yang

“AAAY” previously played for Totoro Gaming. Now, he’s looking to make some big moves with FPX. 

Zhang “BerLIN” Bo-lin

Despite only going pro in 2020, “BerLIN” has played in many different tournaments. This includes First Strike Hong Kong and Taiwan (2020) and the Taiwan Legend Championships (2022). 

Tang “TZH” Zhehao

“TZH” got his first start with Royal Never Give Up in 2020. He then went on to play for LIZHI and Qing Jiu Club before then settling on FPX for the 2023 calendar year. 

He “WudiYuChEn” Cai

After a busy 2022 that saw “WudiYuChEn” wrap things up nicely with a 1st place finish at FGC Valorant Invitational 2022: Epilogue, it’s no surprise that FPX wanted him to put pen to paper.  

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