The team was founded in 2009 in China. Then it was called Chuj and positioned herself in the DotA All-Star discipline. When the roster successfully won the 2009 SMM tournament, they were signed by LGD Gaming. Since Chinese organizations are very closely cooperating, composition changes were carried out. Many players left the organization at Invictus Gaming in 2011. But the new LGD Gaming team began to show good results, given that it was assembled in a hurry. After the first The International of 2011 was held, the organization decided to retrain the roster and move to a new discipline for them, namely DotA 2. This was a uniquely great decision since the team was able to show excellent results at the next World Championship 2012, taking third place.
After tremendous success, the organization decided to sign a new international composition. This team includes players such as «1437», «MiSeRy,» «Pajkatt,» «Brax» and «God.» After which, the Chinese squad began to perform under the name LGD.cn.In 2013, the organization decided to change the composition of LGD.cn. As a result of which: «LongDD» replaced «DD», but a few weeks later, due to unknown reasons, this replacement was canceled. In the same year, the team began to have small problems since, at The International 2013, the roster did not live up to expectations and took only 9-12 places, which was a disastrous experience compared to last year. This led to the fact that the organization decided to revive the compositions. The organization had to immediately change players in two rosters at once, LGD.int and LGD.cn. As a result, «God» left LGD.int and joined the Russian team Virtus.pro, «Black ^» came in his place, instead of «Sylar» in LGD.cn, it was decided to invite «xiaotuji». Besides, three players, «1437», «MiSeRy» and «Pajkatt» immediately left the LGD.int team. But not having time to find good players, LGD.int took 5-6 place at the WPC ACE League 2013, playing with three substitutions. The result did not suit either the organization or the composition because the LGD.int team broke up. This greatly influenced the organization. As a result, in 2014, just crazy began. The organization has signed up to seven players. Having realized that this goes beyond understanding how the players who are on the team and sit as replacements, and the community itself, the organization creates another composition of LGD.CDEC. This all could not but affect the stability and teamwork of the players at The International 2014 LGD.cn were able to take only 5-6 place. And again, the organization was faced with the departure of the players. This situation has turned into a leapfrog of replacements and cares. First, LGD.cn leaves «DD», «Icy», and «Rabbit». To replace the cores, they sign «Faith», «MMY», «Sylar», «injuly», and «inflame». The team does not have time to play, as in a month the squad leaves «inflame», «DDC,» and «Lin».Only everything seemed to be falling into place, as in the autumn of that year, the organization decided to abandon the composition of LGD.CDEC. After which the players decided not to diverge and remained to act as CDEC Gaming.
After a relatively successful season in 2015, when the team was able to win several prestigious tournaments and take third place at The International 2015, the team decided not to change fundamentally. Several substitutions did not significantly affect the team's play as a whole.
From 2015 to 2017, the organization did not show high results but still did many manipulations with the composition.
In the spring of 2018, LGD and the French football club Paris Saint-Germain signed a partnership agreement. After which, the team takes the name PSG.LGD. In the same year, PSG.LGD. wins Team Liquid 3-1 on EPICENTER XL and gets his first title. The most important thing was that in 2017-2018, this was the first victory of the Chinese team in a tournament of this magnitude. After which, the team was able to win already in the Chinese tournament MDL Changsha Major. The team also ranks second at The International 2018.
In 2019, The International 2019 World Cup was held in China at the PSG.LGD home arena. But unfortunately, the team was able to take only third place, which the head of the organization reacted harshly. According to him, all the victories of the season for the team do not matter if we did not win at The International.
The roster of the team at The International 2019: «Somnus`Maybe», «Ame», «Chalice», «fy», «xNova».
2020 turned out to be quite successful for the team, despite significant changes in the lineup. After major Chinese reshuffles, the team changed four players. New players, namely "NothingToSay", "Faith_bian", "XinQ" and "y", along with "Ame" took seven first places in various tournaments. The most significant victory was the China Dota2 Professional League Season 1 tournament.
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