Wikipedia - Rex Regum Qeon

Rex Regum Qeon, commonly known as RRQ is a Southeast Asian Esports organization based in Indonesia. The organization competes in professional tournaments in the sports: Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, PUBG Mobile, Free Fire, Valorant, FIFA, League of Legends: Wild Rift, and Sausage Man.

RRQ was ranked as the third most popular Esport organization team in the world in 2020. In a report released by Shareable titled "The State of Social Media 2020", the team's fan activity on social media throughout 2020 had reached 26.5 million activities.

History

History

Rex Regum Qeon (RRQ) was founded in October 2013 by Adrian Pauline , the CEO of the organization, and Riki K. Suliawan, founder of RRQ. Began as a gaming hobby of both founders, their interest in Dota 2 championship eventually made its way into the formation of the organization.

From 2013 to 2017, RRQ had only one division team, which is Dota 2. Adrian Pauline stated that, in the beginning, the organization was only run as a hobby and side job, and wasn't focused on their business. In 2014, Esports gained popularity growth, Andrian Pauline, who was originally a Product Director at QEON Interactive, resigned from the office and shifted his focus to the team, since then RRQ started to focus on their business. In 2017 RRQ had recruited another three new esports divisions, the new divisions are RRQ Endeavour in Point Blank, RRQ2 in Mobile Legends, and one division team in PUBG that were relatively short serving period. At the end of 2019, Adrian Pauline decided to move RRQ Endeavor to the Call of Duty Mobile division from Point Blank.

RRQ had expanded its international branches to Japan, Thailand, and Malaysia. Today, the only international branch of RRQ is Thailand.

In February 2019, the organization had previously signed a partnership with a European football club, Paris Saint-Germain F.C. (PSG), It was announced in a Press Conference held at The Dharmawangsa Hotel, Jakarta. Through its esports division, PSG esports had officially collaborated with Team RRQ for the 3rd Season of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Indonesia on 16 February 2019. Their partnership had ended on July 2019.

In 2020, RRQ is ranked third as the most popular esport organization in the world in terms of activity on social media. A report released by Shareable, a data monitoring company based in New York, USA. In a report titled "The State of Social Media 2020", RRQ's fan activity on social media throughout 2020 was 26.5 million activities. This number is only behind Faze Clan with 142.9 million activities and G2 Esports with 38.1 million activities.