A South Korean esports company called DRX, originally known as DragonX, has teams that compete in Valorant and League of Legends. Teams had previously competed in Clash Royale and Honor of Kings.
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South Korean-based DRX, originally known as DragonX, is a professional esports organisation. The team has previously competed in Honor of Kings and Clash Royale in addition to League of Legends and Valorant.
|Country||Korea, Republic of|
|Matches||55 / 152|
|Win Rate||64% / 57%|
|Current streak||4 wins in a row|
|Record win streak||8 wins 2y ago|
|Record lose streak||14 lose 1y ago|
|Earned||$495K / $850K|
T1 and DRX will face off in an all-LCK showdown in the League of Legends Worlds 2022 Grand Final.
This match, which serves as the tournament’s last act, will definitely be thrilling.
In order to put themselves well ahead of the other elite teams, T1 and Faker will be aiming to win their fourth trophy. DRX and Deft, on the other hand, will be vying for their first trophy.
DRX, originally known as DragonX, has teams that compete in Valorant and League of Legends. Teams had previously competed in Clash Royale and Honor of Kings.
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