Wolves have become the first football club to enter the King Pro League esports tournament in Asia, after Fosun Sports announced the acquisition of champion team Chongqing QGhappy.
QGhappy will now become part of the Wolves Esports family and change their name to Chongqing Wolves. They will continue to be the home team of South West China’s Chongqing.
QGhappy was founded in 2017, and has won three KPL tournaments; Spring, Autumn and Champions Cup, in the same year, before winning the Champions Cup in 2018 and 2019 successively.
The team were also the first team to win all four Honor of Kings World Champions Cups in 2021, beating Foshan GK to win the team’s sixth title. Team member Captain Fly also won his third FMVP skin and won his third KPL Finals MVP, making Fly the most FMVPs in the history of the KPL league.
Commenting on the acquisition, Deng Houjun, president of Fosun Sports, said: “Fosun Sports will continue to increase its investment in esports in the future. We are optimistic about esports and KPL is the most important part of our esports industry.
“After the completion of the acquisition, Fosun Sports has formed a parallel trend in China, North America and Europe esports market, our strength in esports will be greatly supplemented.
“Welcome QGhappy to the Fosun Sports family.”

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