The Dane is now in Portugal!
Dota 2’s Johan "N0tail" Sundstein Interviewed on the BBC
Famous Dota 2 players and two-time TI winner Johan “N0tail” Sundstein got interviewed on the BBC in his 17-bedroom mansion.
It’s not every day we see a Dota 2 player on national news. Today it happened, as Johan “N0tail” Sundstein was interviewed on the British Broadcasting Corporation for being the most famous Dota 2 player. He's also the player with the highest-earning in all of esports so that might've been a factor as well. Before Dota 2 he played Heroes of Newerth. In 2012 he made the switch to Valve’s MOBA and kickstarted his career in Fnatic’s EU division.
After Fnatic, Sundstein played for Team Secret and Cloud9 before founding his own team (monkey) business. The latter transformed into the OG we know today. With OG N0tail went on a streak winning numerous tournaments and most notably The International. The latter is the equivalent of The World Cup in Dota 2 and offers the biggest prize pool in esports. This year Valve raised over $40 million in prize money.
Sadly, due to the global pandemic, The International didn't come to life in 2020.
What’s even more impressive is that OG did the impossible and won the prestigious Dota 2 event twice in a row back to back (2018 and 2019). A feat that no other team has done before. With his previous achievements and two victories at The International, N0tail has earned almost $7 million in Dota 2. This makes him not only the richest in Dota 2 but also in all of esports.
N0tail currently resides in a huge 17-bedroom mansion in Lisbon, Portugal along with two of his teammates - Yeik "MidOne" Nai Zheng and Martin "Saksa" Sazdov. Perhaps we should expect a European LAN in 2021?
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