How much is Doublelift worth?
|Net Worth:||$2 Million|
|Date of Birth:||July 19, 1993
|Country:||United States of America
Who Is Yiliang Peng
Yiliang “Peter” Peng, better known by his in-game name Doublelift, is an American professional League of Legends player who is the AD carry for Team SoloMid. He previously played for Counter Logic Gaming and Team Liquid
Yiliang Peng was born on July 19th, 1993, in Mission Viejo, California. His passion for video games began with the Star Fox and Golden Eye by Nintendo. Later, he played StarCraft and Diablo 1 on his brother’s computer which he later inherited. After playing WoW, Dota, and HoN, he eventually moved to Legue of Legends.
He currently works as a streamer in the team. As of 2020, Doublelift’s net worth is approximately $2 million. Let’s take a closer look at his career and how he earns his money through “professional gaming”.
Peng first entered the professional League of Legends when George “HotshotGG” Georgallidis, founder of Counter Logic Gaming (CLG) recruited him as a substitute Support player. Shortly after, Peng left CLG to become the starter Support for Epik Gamer. He later joined UnRestricted as the starting AD Carry.
How did Doublelift get rich?
Peng’s first major tournament was DreamHack Summer 2011, the Riot Season 1 Championship held in Sweden. In March 2011, Doublelift had just joined the team as a substitute. After a few months he started changing teams frequently, trying Epik Gamer, unRestricted eSports, Team Curse, and finally settled on Counter Logic Gaming again, this time for almost four years.
In October 2015, he shocked his fans and joined Team SoloMid. On his first day there, Doublelift’s stream peaked at 105 thousand viewers. Despite the fact he doesn’t play the AD Carry for TSM, he is still a member of the team, working as a Streamer.
Doublelift would play for Team SoloMid until 2018 when he switched to Team Liquid where he remains to this day.
For a kid who was kicked out of his home, his net worth now stands at $2 million in 2020, all from playing video games which his parents did not understand.