Selasa, 10 November 2015

Top 15 Richest Gamers in the World


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The game is one of the most favored by all people, never limited to any age. No matter whether you are young or old, big or small, male or female, rich or poor, most people like to play games. But some people say that playing games is only entertainment and wasting time because they can not make money.

Who said that playing games don’t make money? Playing games can make money. Not just money, but money in a huge sum.

Apparently the game world is also a highly promising field of one's life. Evidenced by the enormous income amount earned the gamers focused and keep serious in the field. The proof is in the last two decades, precisely the gaming industry always provide jobs and a great career for anyone who has a desire to work in the field of video games.

Here are the top richest 15 gamers in the world with various achievements and their ability in the international world of gaming.
  1. Carlos Rodriguez 
Carlos Rodriguez is a professional gamer from Spain nicknamed “Ocelote.” He has won so many popular MMO tournaments, including game tournament League of Legends. He is also a member of the team Gamers 2. Ocelote has a fantastic income. Every year he gets an income of $ 1,000,000.00.
  1. Newbee Team 
In the second position the world's richest online gamers occupied by a team named Newbee. Newbee team itself consists of 5 players who are all from the Chinese gaming enthusiast. Newbee team name itself began internationalized after they won the international championship games online DotA held in 2014. In the championship, they made history by winning the biggest prize in the history of e-sports.
  1. Maat Hag 
Maat is an American programmer. He is a captain of a team called OpTic. Called as NaDeShot, he is a pro the gamer with the highest paid in the game of Call of Duty. Earnings of such magnitude money also he got from his subscribers on YouTube which amounts very much and live streaming play the game contracts is very profitable for him. Perhaps if asked, who does the gamer has the most subscribers on YouTube and reach the most fans, the answer is Maat Haag. Maat’s income through YouTube channel and streaming reach $ 700,000 in 2014.
  1. Clement Ivanov 
Known as “Puppey”, a gamer from Estonian is a professional gamer and captained the Natus Vincere team from Ukraine. It is also known by the name Na 'Vi. He has helped his team to win the two kinds of international tournaments. Puppey also has the ability to organize his team to get the victory in the tournament. Puppey has a fantastic income of US $ 661,332.
  1. Danil Ishutin 
Danil "Dendi" Ishutin is the most successful Dota 2 gamers in the world a new 24-year his age, a gamer from Ukraine started his career as a programmer in 2008, before joining Natus Vincere. The prize he got so far is $ 573,147. He is also one of the three subjects Free to Play, documentary films of Dota 2 tournament in Germany.
  1. Oleksandr Dashkevych 
The Ukrainian man is known as the “XBOCT” who likes to play Dota 2. He has won several tournaments since 2011. XBOCT is a member of the team multi-gaming Natus Vincere (from the Latin meaning "Born to win") from Ukraine. He was able to get an income of US $ 601,806. 
  1. Saahil Arora 
The man who is known as the “UNiVeRsE” gamer, is one of the professional gamers from America. The universe is a Dota game experienced who now works with a team Evil Geniuses. He was able to win the fourth annual competition Dota 2 (Defense of the Ancients 2) who has been held by developer Valve. He has an income of US $ 581,826.
  1. Lee “Jaedong” Jae 
Last year, Lee "Jaedong" Jae beat Johnathan Wendel largest on record revenue of gaming competition prize. He got a total of $ 489,384. He got second place in the event the 2013 StarCraft II World Championship Series. This is the fifth title as runner-up, but was not just any runner-up, because recorded he had got a total of $ 555,104 according to eSportsEarnings.
  1. Xie "Super" Junhao 
Vici Gaming DotA is an organization that came from China, was established in October 2012. Vici Gaming is an organization that is well-known since the emergence of DOTA. At the beginning of the formation of DOTA 2 team, Vici Gaming joined several organizations that afterward members of this team are from China entirely. And one of the members of this team is Xie "Super" Junhao with an income $ 532,000.
  1. Jang Jae Ho 
The man who is more known as the “Moon” comes from South Korea. Ho is a professional gamer who played the game Warcraft III. Ho has been five times to be the number one in the Warcraft III championship. The character used was named Night Elf, with the nickname in the game it is “the 5th Race.” Moon earned an income of $ 500,000.
  1. Kurtis “Aui_2000” Ling 
Kurtis Ling or Aui_2000 gamer with an income $498,000 is one of the members of Cloud9 Esports organization that comes from North America. This organization has several teams in the game like Hearthstone, league of legends, Smite, super smash bros, melee and Dota 2. Cloud9 was debuting DOTA 2 by using members from the Speed Gaming.
  1. Lee “Flash” Young-Ho 
Flash is the proficient Korean in playing the game StarCraft: Brood War. The 23-year-old man became a great player in the gaming world for two years. Flash has won two big championships Starcraft MSL (MBCGame StarCraft League) and OSL (Ongamenet StarLeague). From both these championships, his wealth was increased to USD 446,000. 2014.
  1. Johnathan Wendel 
Better known as "Fatal1ty" Johnathan Wendel is an elder of professional gamers. He began seriously as a pro gamer since 1999 he has won Cyberathlete Professional League repeatedly and won the competition of the game Doom 3, Alien versus Predator 2 and Painkiller. For 13 years, he has a record as the only pro gamer who earn most money prize, $ 454,919 of 35 tournaments. Because of his fame as well, his company, Fatal1ty Gaming Gear, has sold millions of products.
  1. Joakim "Akke" Akterhall 
Joakim "Akke" Akterhall is a legend of the Alliance team members who came from Sweden, was founded in 2012. He and his team have won 47 tournaments with bagging a net worth of $349,679.35.
  1. Lee Yun Yeol 
Lee Yun Yeol is known as “NaDa”, a South Korean StarCraft gamer who earned $ 690,000 from his contract with WeMadeFox. The amount doesn’t include the results of the tournament that he won approximately $247,761. Then he joined the compLexity, however, he stopped from the gaming world in 2012 because he has to do some conscripted of South Korea.

It’s a really amazing the professional gamers of the world, right? They managed to score in a large amount of only play the game. So, if somebody said that game was just a little kid games, it seems like they should retract what they said.

Top 15 Richest Online Gamers In The World.

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