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Here Are The Most Earning American Players In The League Of Legends History



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League Of Legends has one of the biggest prize pools in the esports scene with over $74.000.000. Also, South Korean players are the most earning players in the game like Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok.

However, we are listing you the most earning American players in League Of Legends history to show how much money you can earn.

5. William “Meteos” Hartman

Meteos is a 26-year-old player who had played for teams like OpTic Gaming, Cloud9, and more. Currently, he is a jungle player for 100 Thieves, and in his career, he earned over $140.000 from the tournaments.

4. Eugene “Pobelter” Park

Pobelter is a really talented mid-laner who has been playing under Counter Logic Gaming jersey for over two months. Before that, he was playing for Team Liquid. Pobelter earned around $142.000 from the tournaments and become the fourth most earned player in the American scene.

3. Marcus “Dyrus” Hill

Dyrus is a 28-year-old retired League Of Legends player who was known for his plays with Team SoloMid between 2012-2015. The top-laner earned over $158.000 from the events and still holds his spot in the most earning players list even though he is retired.

2. Zachary “Sneaky” Scuderi

Sneaky is a 26-year-old former player who had played for Cloud9 since 2013. In the start of this year, he quit the professional scene and be a part of the organization. In his career, he earned over $282.000 from the events.

1. Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng

Doublelift is an AD carry player who had played for teams like Team SoloMid, Team Liquid, and Counter Logic Gaming. Recently, he re-joined Team SoloMid. In his career, he earned $285.000 from the tournaments.

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