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Pakistan ranks 11th around the globe in esports earnings.


Komal FatimaWeb Editor

04th Feb, 2020. 03:30 pm
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Sumail Hassan, a 20-year-old boy from Pakistan earned $3,591,225.34 from esports 65 Tournaments altogether He became the first Pakistani self-made millionaire of the year.

Sumail Hassan, a 20-year-old boy from Pakistan earned $3,591,225.34 from 65 esports Tournaments altogether. He became the first Pakistani self-made millionaire of the year.

Sumail Hassan is “Dota 2 Player” is now the player for Evil Geniuses.

The boy used to play the game in a gaming zone with his cousin, as he did not have a personal computer. Sumail also sold his bicycle so he can have more playtime.

Sumail Hassan has become the third greatest earning in esports overall.

The game expert has started another franchise named OG, which offers one of the highest financially rewarding tournament.

Sumail’s Brother Yawar Hussain is also a gaming freak and is on the 310th position of the list.

He has earned over $377,026.60 from 28 tournaments. He has also played Dota 2 like his brother but not from the same organization.

On the contrary, India failed to name among the top 500 players.

Earlier, Pakistani gamer Arslan Ash Siddique won the ESPN’s Esports player of the year award in both the fan’s poll and ESPN’s choice.

24-years-old Arslan Ash from Lahore got 60% votes and won ESPN’s Esports player of the year Award.

This Pakistani Champ was the only player to have won in the EVO Championship Japan as well as its American counterpart in the same year.

On the occasion Arslan shared his views “Since I started my international career last year, I was a fan of the 2018 ESPN Player of the year ‘SonicFox”.

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