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LOL: Wild Rift - Super League 07/12 09:00 - Nova Esports v ThunderTalk Gaming 2-3
LOL: Wild Rift - Super League 07/10 09:00 - Nova Esports v ThunderTalk Gaming 2-3
LOL: Wild Rift - Super League 07/06 09:00 - Nova Esports v KeepBest Gaming 3-0
LOL: Wild Rift - Super League 07/04 09:00 - Nova Esports v KeepBest Gaming 3-2
VALORANT - VCT China 06/30 11:00 - Edward Gaming v Nova Esports 2-0
LOL: Wild Rift - Super League 06/30 07:00 - Nova Esports v KeepBest Gaming 2-1
LOL: Wild Rift - Super League 06/29 09:00 - WuHu Gaming v Nova Esports 0-1
VALORANT - VCT China 06/28 09:00 - Nova Esports v Wolves Esports 2-0
LOL: Wild Rift - Super League 06/26 11:00 - Team Weibo v Nova Esports 1-1
VALORANT - VCT China 06/23 12:00 - Nova Esports v Bilibili Gaming 1-2
LOL: Wild Rift - Super League 06/22 11:00 - Nova Esports v Radiant Virtue 1-0
VALORANT - VCT China 06/21 09:00 - Dragon Ranger Gaming v Nova Esports 1-2

Wikipedia - Nova Esports

Nova Esports is a professional esports organisation based in Hong Kong. It was founded in September 2016. Nova Esports currently fields players in League of Legends: Wild Rift, Game for Peace,Call of Duty: Mobile, Clash Royale, Brawl Stars, Honor of Kings, and FIFA 20.

Both the 2020 and 2021 PUBG Mobile Global Championships (PMGC) were won by Nova Esports' PUBG Mobile / Game for Peace squad, and they also won the Peace Eite Championship (PEC) twice.

History

Nova was initially a Clash Royale clan created in May 2016 by Anthony Yeung and his management team of Francis, Trevor, Jack, Niro and Richard. Later Oktay, Matthew and Steven joined the team. In September 2016 Nova was established as an esports organisation.

In 2020 Nova Esports International Limited was acquired by the Hong Kong listed company Imperium Group Global Holdings Limited.

In October 2019, Nova Esports won the first-ever Clash of Clans World Championships held in Hamburg, Germany. The team earned $250,000 as their winning prize.

Nova Esports became the first Brawl Stars world champion in November 2019. Nova Esports won the Brawl Stars World Finals 2019 held in Busan, South Korea.

In January 2021 Nova Esports' Game for Peace (Chinese version of PUBG Mobile) team won the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2020, held in Dubai, UAE in online mode. The team won a total prize of $700,000.

In August 2023, Nova Esports' Pubg Mobile Team disbanded on behalf of players switching to PEL (Chinese version of Pubg Mobile's League) or switching or leaving to join another team. For example, a player like Xifan, who switched to the Chinese esports team, but then switched to a Singaporean esports team, known as N Hyper Esports.