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After claiming the VCT Masters Tokyo title on Sunday, Fnatic have become the highest-earning organisation in Valorant esports history.

The win in Japan netted the European team US$350,000 in prizemoney, taking their tally to $914,634 as they leapfrogged LOUD ($665,387) in total Valorant earnings.

Fnatic have won over half a million dollars this year, with their second place in the VCT 2023 EMEA League and victories at the LOCK//IN and Masters Tokyo events adding up to $515,000 in total.

After finishing in third place at VCT Masters Tokyo, Paper Rex have now jumped into third on the prizemoney list with a total of $618,368.

Fnatic star Timofey “Chronicle” Khromov has jumped to the top of the individual earnings list, with his total earned now sitting at $213,399.

Jake “Boaster” Howlett ($188,810) and Nikita “Derke” Sirmitev ($185,435) sit in the top five with Chronicle after winning back-to-back international tournaments with Fnatic.

Chronicle is the first player to win three international Valorant events, with his two wins this year with Fnatic adding to his VCT Masters Berlin success with Gambit Esports in 2021.

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