Gabriël "Bwipo" Rau - League of Legends Player

Gabriël Rau
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Total Prize Money Earned:
$206,948.29 From 16 Tournaments
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Gabriël "Bwipo" Rau is a Belgian League of Legends player.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
League of Legends$206,948.2916100.00%|$975.0940.47%|$205,973.201299.53%

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Highest Prize Money Won

1.2018-11-032ndTeam-based Tournament » LoL 2018 World Championship$145,125.00League of Legends
2.2018-05-203rd-4thTeam-based Tournament » Mid-Season Invitational 2018$22,270.95League of Legends
3.2018-04-081stTeam-based Tournament » Riot EU LCS 2018 Spring$16,321.33League of Legends
4.2018-09-091stTeam-based Tournament » Riot EU LCS 2018 Summer$15,579.60League of Legends
5.2018-07-08WINTeam-based Tournament » Rift Rivals 2018 - NA vs EU$4,000.00League of Legends
6.2017-11-181stTeam-based Tournament » ESL Benelux Championship - Winter 2017 LAN Finals (LoL)$825.45League of Legends
7.2017-04-212ndTeam-based Tournament Ragnarök Season 3$641.73League of Legends
8.2017-09-037thTeam-based Tournament » LCL Summer 2017$432.90League of Legends
9.2016-10-303rd-4thTeam-based Tournament GeForce Cup 2016$400.00League of Legends
10.2016-07-082ndTeam-based Tournament » ESL Benelux Championship - Summer 2016 (LoL)$331.65League of Legends

Top Placements

6 Tournaments
4 Tournaments
3 Tournaments

Other Statistics

Overall Ranking

At present, Bwipo is ranked #473 in highest overall earnings, and #2 in highest earnings for players from Belgium.

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

Out of the 16 tournaments awarding cash prizes that Bwipo had competed in, the largest amount was $145,125.00 from LoL 2018 World Championship on November 3, 2018. He placed 2nd, making up 70.13% of his total prize money won.

$100,000 Milestone

Bwipo overtook the $100,000 milestone on November 3, 2018, winning $145,125.00 and placing 2nd at LoL 2018 World Championship. Prize money from 16 tournaments got him to that point.


No external sources of information are cited for the player. See tournament references for sources.