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    While professional video gamers were fighting over small amounts of cash and peripherals less than a decade ago, esports stars are hardly tight on money in 2020.
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    Today, players at the highest levels fight over millions of dollars every year, as esports fans continue increasing thanks to the rise of platforms such as Twitch. This growth has continued being impressive every year, and the trend doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon.

    Last year, over $215 million was won in over 4,600 esports tournaments, registering a significant increase in revenue compared to the $123.8 million recorded in 2012. Almost a quarter of 2019’s revenue was given an award during the 9th edition of Dota 2’s annual event dubbed The International. Here are the top esports players of all time.

    Jesse Vainikka

    A retired Dota 2 player from Finland, Jesse Vainikka is well known for his contribution while playing for OG. During the time, Vainikka became the first TI champion to win the tournament two times, though he officially retired from the gaming scene earlier this year.

    Jesse created a name for himself among betway users in Heroes of Newerth, playing for several teams, including KD-Gaming and Dirty Minds. He also served in the Finnish Navy and started playing Dota 2 professionally after finishing it.

    Johan Sundstein

    Better known as N0tail, Johan Sundstein is another Dota 2 star player and the captain for the OG squad. During his spell with the team, this Danish pro esports player became a favorite among betway thai99 esports fans after participating in seven iterations, winning two international tournaments in 2018 and 2019.

    Lee Sang-Hyeok

    Popular as Faker, Lee Sang-Hyeok is a South Korean pro player known for his achievements in League of Legends. Sang-Hyeok was discovered by the SK Telecom T1 team in 2013 and continued to play as the team’s mid lane player since then. His extremely versatile champion pool and high mechanical skills made him among the best in LeBlanc, Syndra, and Ryze, to mention a few.

    Lee Sang-Hyeok was the first player to reach 1000 and 2000 kills while with the LCK team and also ranked second to have completed 500 games. Additionally, Faker is among the only two players to have taken the LoL world championships three times after winning in 2013, 2015, and 2016.

    Sebastien Debs

    Known by many as Ceb, the former Dota 2 player remains among the best esports competitors to have ever played for the OG. He was part of the team that secured a multimillion-dollar international tournament in 2018 and 2019, making him among the most successful esports players of all time to date. He started his career in 201 with team Shakira, and his career continued thriving over the years.

    Anathan Pham

    An Australian Dota 2 player for the OG, Ana – as he’s better known, was part of the squad that took home a multimillion-dollar tournament last year and in 2018. Ana moved to Shanghai from Melbourne in 2015 to advance his pursuit for esports, becoming a pro Dota 2 player after joining the CDEC league. That’s because Ana could improve his skills by playing against Chinese players, despite dropping out of high-school.
     

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