Many have recognized eSports as an appealing market with lots of potentials and it’s 100% true. That’s why many top-world football stars including “Fat Ronaldo” or Gareth Bale have invested in this field.

Fat Ronaldo

Ronaldo Esports

In 2016, Ronaldo Luis Nazario de Lima, also known as Fat Ronaldo, decided to buy 50% of all shares of CNB e-Sports Club, a well-known LoL team in Brazil. He has also become the biggest shareholder of CNB.

Ronaldo Faker

The Alien Ronaldo awarded the gold medal for SK Telecom – the champion of the 2017 Mid-Season Invitational (MSI). Lots of fans felt excited about the moment when Fat Ronaldo met Faker because both are recognized as the best ones in their own field.

Antoine Griezmann

Antoine Griezmann Grizi Esports

In January, Antoine Griezmann made an announcement on establishing an eSports team under his own name. Grizi eSport is planning to sign its players for League of Legends, FIFA, Fortnite, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and Rainbow Six Siege.


The famous “Take The L” celebration of Griezmann is simulated based on a character in Epic Games’ online video game Fortnite. Barca’s talent footballer loves playing Fortnite whenever he has spare time.

Gareth Bale Esports

Gareth Bale

One month later, Gareth Bale debuted an eSports team named Ellevens eSports. In addition to Bale, 38 Entertainment Group, a US company, is also the co-owner of this team.

Corona Fifa Bale

In a bid to call for donation against COVID-19, Bale held a FIFA competition with many young stars in Premier League including Mason Mount, Daniel James, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin.


Mesut Ozil

Mesut Ozil is also known as a football player in love with eSports games. He lived-stream his gaming sessions on one of the top-world live streaming platforms.

M10 Esports
Members in Ozil's team.

Here are members of the M10 eSports team - the professional eSports Team founded by Mesut Ozil. Until now, M10 eSports joins in two major games including FIFA and Fortnite.

Ruud Gullit

Dutch legend Ruud Gullit has owned an eSports team. However, his team just focuses on training new talents into professional gamers in the future, instead of participating in gaming competitions.

Ruud Gullit and his team.