These players have earned millions of dollars playing competitive Dota 2.
With this amount of prize money at stake hundreds of thousands of pro gamers are going to do whatever it takes in order to take home the fame, money and most importantly the glory.
I introduce to you the MILLIONAIRES OF DOTA 2.
1. Saahil “UNiVeRsE” Arora – $2,700,000+ from 60 Tournaments!
Saahil “UNiVeRsE” Arora is a brightened DotA veteran, having contended in everything except the underlying yearly Dota 2 title arrangement, The International. UNiVeRsE has turned into an apparatus in the North American DotA scene as a standout amongst the most skilled offlaners the West brings to the table, best known for his Dark Seer and Faceless Void.
Saahil is the god of Dota 2 at the moment, nothing can stand in his way.
Saahil Twitter: https://twitter.com/UniverseDota
Learn more about Saahil:
2. Peter “ppd” Dager – Earned $2,600,000+ from 56 Tournaments.
Ppd states that he first really dedicated to computer games after secondary school. He noticed that a companion and his more established sibling were the principle wellsprings of his opposition at an early age, and his companion overwhelmed him amid amusements in Heroes of Newerth.
Being one of the more blunt players in the scene, ppd is frequently alluded to as the Salt King.
Regardless of having won around $2,168,940.76 in prize cash with group Evil Geniuses, ppd has been known to be exceptionally parsimonious with the cash made off his wins; for some time, he was living in a little apartment suite with companions and drove a 1999 Chevy Blazer “with an extensive scratch in the side.”
PPD Twitter: https://twitter.com/Peterpandam
Check out his sick gameplay:
3. Clinton “Fear” Loomis – $2,380,000+ From 58 Tournaments
Clinton Loomis has been playing recreations professionally since 2008. He assumes the Carry part in Evil Geniuses and is viewed as one of the best Dota 2 players ever. He’s been known to exceed expectations in any position all through his competition life.
Clinton “Fear” Loomis is an American player from Medford, Oregon. Fear is a standout amongst the most storied Dota players, and has been generally viewed as one of the best North American players for as far back as decade. His flexibility has permitted him to play each position at an aggressive level, which makes Fear an awesome fit for any group.
Fear seems to have retired from Dota 2 however we may see his return in the future.
Fears Twitter: https://twitter.com/FearDotA
Gameplay of Fear:
4. Li “iceice” Peng – $1,980,000 from 19 Tournaments
Li “iceice” Peng is a Chinese Dota 2 player who is as of now playing for Wings Gaming. A notable pubstar, iceice was brought into the expert scene by xiao8 as a major aspect of the group Big God.
Following two months of playing with Big God, he later moved to Wings Gaming. In 2016 with the squad, he made starting and extraordinary progress with the group winning ESL One Manila 2016, The Summit 5 and Valve’s 6th International, The International 2016.
Ice Gameplay Video:
5. Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan – $2,400,000+ From 29 Tournaments
Sumail initially began playing Dota when he was eight years of age.
Upon his entry to America he started playing in the North American Elite League. Sumail rapidly turned into the most noteworthy appraised player in the in-house association, setting up himself as one of the best forthcoming gifts in the North American scene.
Sumail’s LAN introduction was at the Dota 2 League Season 5 finals in Las Vegas on January sixth 2015. The group performed inadequately at the occasion, to some degree to need shine execution by Sumail. Faultfinders started to address whether he merited a program spot on a group like Evil Geniuses.
SumaiL Twitter: https://twitter.com/SumaaaaiL
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I hope you enjoyed the Top 5 Dota 2 Millionaires. It is really inspiring to see such dedication to the game.