After the launch, PSG Esports started with FIFA esport then expanded to include other games. The club has grown to become one of the most well-known all over the gaming world. It has gone on to establish its prominence and asserted its place as part of the top outfits. More games have been introduced, including Dota 2, League of Legends, and Brawl Stars. All this has been facilitated by many strategic relationships with major teams, particularly in Asia.
Their FIFA roster consists of three players: AF5 of Qatar, Maniika, and Nkanteem (both from France). From early 2019, AF5 has been their exclusive gaming streamer. He accompanies the club's FIFA gamers around during their contests and produces exclusive content about their exploits and accomplishments.
Maniika is a seasoned gamer and superstar on the esports social media network, Twitch. Also, he is a fantastic trainer and serves in several capacities at the club. He is also a technical director at the eSports Academy and is a professional gamer. Nkantee, a rising star in the French FIFA scene, is a youthful 18-year-old player who joined the outfit in April 2021. Together with Maniika, they compete in all official competitions for the club.
Starting in February 2019, the PSG team has been a part of the Supercell mobile game Brawl Stars. In January 2020, PSG would confirm the mutual departure of its French Brawl team, but later on, in March, the club opted to establish a new squad. The new team was Asian and located in Singapore. The team members were CoupdeAce, Relyh, Scythe (as a substitute), all from Singapore, and Jordon (Japanese).
In June 2020, the famous esport team confirmed their return to League of Legends, partnering with Hong Kong's Talon Gaming to establish PSG Talon. The players include; Hanabi (Su Chia-Hsiang, from Taiwan), River (Kim Dong-woo, South Korean), Maple (Huang Yi-Tang from Taiwan), Unified (Wong Chun Kit from Hong-Kong), Kaiwing (Ling Kai Wing from Hong-Kong), Kartis (Su Chia-Hsiang from Hong-Kong).
The joint venture between PSG and Talon eSports competes in the Pacific Championships in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines. The PSG.LGD team players are Ame (Wang Chunyu, Chinese), NothingToSay (Cheng Jin Xiang, Malaysian), Faith_bian (Zhang Ruida, Chinese), XinQ (Zhao Zixing, Chinese), and y' (Zhang Yiping, also Chinese)