6. Cloud9 credit: – wallpapercaves The North American standard bearer in League of Legends went to Worlds for the ninth time in 10 years in 2022. Despite a lackluster performance on the international stage, C9 were still domestic champs after winning the LCS summer split. In CS:GO, the org emphatically announced its return to the scene by winning IEM Dallas in June. It’s the org’s biggest title this year and first S-tier CS:GO title since famously winning the Boston Major in 2018. Like Atlanta FaZe in Call of Duty, Cloud9 were the constant runners-up in Halo this year. C9 finished second at both Halo Majors this year and the world championship.
The org’s Call of Duty team, the Los Angeles Thieves, won the Call of Duty Championship, and both 100 Thieves’ League of Legends and VALORANT teams qualified for their respective world championships. With the Call of Duty, VALORANT and League of Legends 2022 seasons now over, 100T can only rise higher if their Call of Duty team does well at the first Major of the Call of Duty League 2023 season which is actually in December 8. Natus Vincere NAVI have been the second-best CS:GO team in the world this year. They won the Blast Spring Finals in June but have finished second to FaZe at two of the biggest tournaments of the year: the Antwerp Major and IEM Cologne.
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However, G2’s esports teams have been among the best in the world, and the org has been up there with FaZe and OpTic Gaming when it comes to winningest orgs this year. 2. FaZe Clan credit: – getwallpapers FaZe Clan have been neck and neck with OpTic Gaming for most of the second half of the year in Nerd Street’s ranking of the best esports orgs in the world in 2022 — primarily on the strength of their CS:GO team.