Paris Saint-Germain have been pioneers in the world of eSports by becoming the first big European professional to launch their professional eSports section back in 2016, and did so with big ambitions.

First of all on FIFA and then on other major titles in the market, the club made their way into one of the biggest in the eSports world scene.

Through multiple strategic partnerships with major teams, notably in Asia, the Club was able to gain notoriety and assert their position as a major part of the biggest licenses in the world such as FIFA, Dota 2, League of Legends, Brawl Stars or Rocket League.



The Paris Saint-Germain eSports FIFA team is made up of 3 players: AF5, Maniika and Nkantee.

Since early 2019, Arsène, aka "AF5" is the Paris Saint-Germain eSports official streamer. His mission: to follow the club's FIFA players in the competitions they take part in and create exclusive content on their adventures and performances.

Arsènen "AF5" is a French streamer, FIFA player and specialist, with over 300 000 subscribers on his Youtube channel. He creates content around the game, FUT, packs, drafts and creates tutorials teaching all sorts of dribbling and skill moves. In 2018 AF5 was picked to represent France in the World Cup of youtubers. The competition put the biggest FIFA youtubers from all over the world against each other. That year the competition took place in Los Angeles, and it was AF5 who was crowned champion by beating famous Saudi representative and FIFA 15 world champion, Abdulaziz Alshehri.

Having already been with the club from 2017 to 2019 where he left a great impression, Maniika, star player in the FIFA scene rejoined the Rouge et Bleu colours in April 2021. An experienced player and rising star on gaming social media platform Twitch, he is also a great teacher, Maniika will take up multiple roles at the club. He will not only be a professional player, but also technical director with the Paris Saint-Germain eSports Academy.

Nkantee is a young 18 year old player and rising star in the French FIFA scene, and joined Paris Saint-Germain eSports in April 2021. He will take part in all official competitions with the club alongside Maniika.

In terms of competitions, Paris Saint-Germain eSports were on show in major tournaments, like DaXe's double ESWC victory in 2016 and 2017.

Other star players also represented the club at the highest level in the World. It was the case for Dane August « Agge » Rosenmeier, Brazilian Rafifa13, Qatari Ahmed « Aameghessib », and American Gordon « WNU Fiddle » Thornsberry.


League of Legends

In June 2020, Paris Saint-Germain announced their return to League of Legends, by linking up with Hong Kong club Talon eSports. Paris Saint-Germain and Talon eSports work together for a team named PSG Talon, who participate in the Pacific championship in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines.

In October 2020, after the Play-ins, the PSG Talon team qualified for the main phase of the Main Event of the League of Legends Worlds 2020.

Up against Rogue, JD Gaming and DAMWON Gaming in the Group B of the Main Event, PSG Talon ended in 3rd place of the Group in the League of Legends Worlds 2020 to conclude their incredible journey!


Dota 2

Since April 2018, Paris Saint-Germain eSports are in partnership with LGD gaming, a famous Chinese organization on DOTA 2.

The team was then renamed PSG LGD, and aims to develop the club on the Asian market. Paris Saint-Germain is once more a pioneer by being the first big European club to invest in the Dota 2 scene in China

On 6 May 2018 the PSG LGD team won their first international championship in the Major Epicenter XL in Russia. Two weeks later they won their second Major in a row in Changsha, China to qualify for the 2018 edition of The International, one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world of eSports. In August as one of the favourites for the tournament put in an incredible performance finishing in second at The International 2018 after a very tight grand final against OG (2-3)

In August 2019 PSG LGD finished third at The International in Shanghai.

At the end of December 2019 and the beginning of January 2020, PSG LGD played their first season in the China Dota2 Professional League and managed to finish first in the tournament phase with seven wins and two defeats.


Arena of Valor

In July 2021, PSG Esports arrived in Thailand to launch a professional Arena of Valor (ROV) team to compete in the Thai ROV Pro League operated by Garena Thailand.

After competing in its first Winter Season in 2021, the team recruited a brand new roster for the Summer 2022 season and has seen an immediate improvement in performance. This new roster included the likes of the team's new captain, FirstOne, who joined PSG Esports after successfully winning the 2021 Arena of Valor International Championship (AIC) with his former team.

The current 2022 Lineup consists of a strong mix of seasoned players, including Sanpett “FirstOne” Marat (Captain and Abyssal Dragon Laner), Sorawichaya “Isilindilz” Mahavanakul (Roaming Support), Thanakit “Piper” Lapanapharn (Dark Slayer Laner), Sorachat “Getsrch” Janechaijittravanit (Jungler), Patkul “NorNun” Pipatpakdeedech (Mid Laner), and Vatcharan “Summer” Thaworn (Dark Slayer Laner). With Chakapon “MistGunz” Pompranee as team Head Coach.

The team is aiming for a top two finish this season and is currently well positioned to qualify for the next AIC in 2022.



Team New Age (TNA) was founded in New York City in 2020. The team started off competitively in Fortnite on the North America East region, quickly amassing titles and championships over multiple seasons.

As a result, TNA rose in the rankings to become the most winning North American Fortnite team of all time in the “Fortnite Champion Series” (“FNCS”) tournament, achieving 5X FNCS championships. No other team in the region has achieved this success.

In March 2022, Paris Saint-Germain Esports and Team New Age (TNA) teamed up to create the PSG.TNA Fortnite Team. The new team aims to perform at the highest level of the iconic Epic Games game, which is played by 350 million people worldwide and whose appeal extends far beyond the Esports environment.

PSG.TNA’s lineup consists of many top gamers: Mero (5X FNCS champion and considered the best player in North America), Muz (3X FNCS champion and first and only multi-region FNCS champion - North America and OCE), Speedy (2X FNCS Champion), Cam (rising star in North America), Oliver (high caliber player) and Slick (one of the most accomplished Mexican Fortnite players).

PSG.TNA continues to excel with its roster of North American players. PSG.TNA is set to compete for multiple FNCS championships, LAN events, Twitch Rival series, and other high-profile events throughout 2022.


Rainbow 6

In March 2022, Paris Saint-Germain became the first football club to enter Rainbow Six Siege, a popular online tactical shooter video game developed and published by Ubisoft. This brand-new PSG Esports professional team joined the Rainbow Six Japan League, which is organized by NTT Docomo. Six Japanese players based in Kanagawa, Hokkaido, Okinawa, and Osaka currently represent the club.

This is the league’s second official year, and it has expanded to ten professional teams, up from eight in 2021. There will also be the “Rainbow Six Japan Championship 2022” later this year where the champions will be crowned the best team in Japan.

The Rainbow Six game was initially released in 2015 and currently has more than 80 million registered players globally.