Jinggg – Age, Height, Net Worth, Family Status and Complete Biography

Jing Jie Wang is a professional Valorant player from Singapore, popularly known as ‘Jinggg.’ Since January 2022, Jinggg has been playing for Paper Rex, a well-known Southeast Asian esports organization based in Singapore. He is a former player for Team SMG.

This 19-year-old esports player currently holds a win rate of 73.33%. Out of 5077 rounds played, he has a rating of about 1.26. As per the CQ-Esports ranking system, Jinggg’s CQ Score of 1729.27 equals 5.

Jinggg has enjoyed an astronomical rise to fame, from starting with Reality Rift to joining Team SMG to being the pro player of Paper Rex today.


Real NameJing Jie Wang
Gaming Name / NicknameJinggg
Birthday July 29th, 2003 (Age: 20 Years)
TeamPaper Rex
Currently PlayingValorant
Net Worth$190,488.36


Jinggg is a Singapore-based professional esports player who never initially thought of becoming a pro. From the age of 5, Jinggg started to play computer games. Fascinatingly, he initially used to play CS: 1.6 from his gamer uncle’s account during the holidays.

Uncle Jiu Jiu helped him do everything. And Jinggg kept on playing new games that his uncle had purchased for him.

Jinggg’s mother, Pearl, supported him throughout his journey. She believes that Jinggg’s connection with games already formed when he was in her tummy. Throughout the pregnancy, Pearl used to play the game “Command and Conquer” 24×7.

It was like she slept, woke up, and played this Red Alert game. Although she couldn’t apprehend the reason for playing the game so actively during those 10 months, she can ideally now relate to it.

Well, Jinggg loved playing games not to be a pro but just for fun. But life took him to a successful gaming career very naturally. It started like Valorant wanted five players per team.

Although Jinggg wanted to join the tournaments, he couldn’t as they could find only four players. But after a few days, the Singapore organization Reality Rift (RR) turned up with a new opportunity to play professionally. And Jinggg’s gaming career as a pro esports player took a jump.

Gaming Origins

As a child, Jinggg enjoyed playing games on the computer. He stepped into the professional esports gaming sphere with the Singapore esports organization Reality Rift. It wanted four players to form a new team. So Jinggg, along with his three friends, joined Reality Rift to play professionally. Although he joined for fun, Jinggg eventually got influenced.

Jinggg continued playing and started winning more tournaments. However, life changed for this Valorant player after he joined the established Southeast Asia team, Paper Rex, in 2021. That year, Jingg, along with Paper Rex, achieved huge success in the APAC region.

Professional Career

Jinggg paved his way into the professional gaming world with the Reality Rift. Jinggg became one of the four players the organization needed for a new team. In between his online classes, he played the games just to pass his free time. But gradually, he got influenced.

After winning a few tournaments, Jinggg wanted to go pro. He realized that he could play well and win more. Jingg later joined the SMG team.

However, in 2021, Jinggg grabbed the opportunity to become a part of PRX as the primary duelist. It was a glorious year for him, and his entire team. Within three months of his joining, the team won two new trophies at the Esports Club Showdown and the KJC eSports VALORANT Invitational.

Being a Paper Rex’s player, Jinggg qualified for international VCT tournaments, including Masters Copenhagen, VALORANT Champions Istanbul, and Masters Reykjavik. So his first international event was in Reykjavik, which boasted a lively 250.6 ACS over 209 rounds.

Jinggg proved his proficiency as one of the world’s best esports players there in Reykjavik. However, his strong individuality made him a splendid runner-up at the Masters Copenhagen tournament. He competed against some of the best teams, like Fnatic, Guild Esports, OpTic Gaming, and FunPlus Phoenix.

Jinggg continues to be a key player in Paper Rex to date.

What is the Jinggg’s Net Worth?

Jinggg’s net worth is estimated to be $71,202.65. A significant part of his income comes from tournaments and leagues. However, he also earns an appreciating amount from his official accounts like Twitch.

As of today, Jinggg has 70.2K followers on Instagram and 110.6K followers on Twitter. The player also has 271K followers on Twitch.

How Much Does the Jinggg Earn?

Within the past 90 days, Jinggg has earned a cash prize of $1,000 from a single tournament. He earned a total cash prize of $1,242.29 from six tournaments before turning 18 years old. Fascinatingly, this Valorant player earned 1.74% of his total money before 29 July, 2021.

However, his largest cash prize amount was $24,000 from a single tournament of VCT 2022: Stage 2 Masters—Copenhagen, held in July 2022. His estimated income from subscriptions is between $347 and $887.

Streaming Hours

In the past 30 days, Jinggg has streamed for about 47h 35m on Twitch Stats, with an average of 1787 viewers and about 3315 peak viewers. It generated 84,993 hours Watched.

Official Channels


Jinggg’s list of achievements as a professional esports player includes the following:

  • 2023-12-10: AfreecaTV VALORANT LEAGUE | $15,000
  • 2023-08-26: VALORANT Champions 2023 | 400,000
  • 2023-06-24: VCT 2023: Masters Tokyo | $125,000
  • 2023-05-28: VCT 2023: Pacific League | $100,000
  • 2022-11-20: Valorant India Invitational | $50,000
  • 2022-07-24: VCT 2022: Stage 2 Masters – Copenhagen | $120,000
  • 2022-06-26: VCT 2022: APAC Stage 2 Challengers | $30,000
  • 2022-05-29: VCT 2022: Malaysia & Singapore Stage 2 Challengers | $6,850.96
  • 2022-04-22: VCT 2022: Stage 1 Masters – Reykjavík | $65,000
  • 2022-03-27: VCT 2022: APAC Stage 1 Challengers | $30,000
  • 2022-02-27: VCT 2022: Malaysia & Singapore Stage 1 Challengers | $5,957.08
  • 2021-11-30: The Esports Club Showdown | $7,000
  • 2021-10-10: KJC eSports VALORANT Invitational | $3,000
  • 2021-02-28: VCT 2021: Malaysia & Singapore Stage 1 Challengers 2 | $780.75


Here are some fascinating facts about Jinggg:

  • Jinggg joined the Reality Rift just for fun. He used to spend his free time after his online classes playing games.
  • His largest prize was $80,000, which was awarded from VALORANT Champions 2023
  • Jinggg is known for his aggressive playstyle, often taking on the role of a Duelist in Paper Rex’s compositions.
  • There are reports that Jinggg might be forced to take a break from Valorant due to mandatory military service in Singapore.


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