Sultan's Earning World eSports Player List

If you could make a living playing professional games it seemed very unlikely at the start of this century. In fact, it seems almost impossible for you to become a millionaire as a pro-gamer. Nearly 20 years later, we have seen some world esports player who have made thousands or even millions of dollars with their achievements. And the following is a list of world esports players who earn “sultans”.

Johan “N0tail” Sundstein

Johan “N0tail” Sundstein is one of the most successful Dota players ever. The Dane started his career with the likes of Fnatic, Team Secret and Cloud9, but only really gained momentum after forming his own team with Tal “Fly” Aizik. Under the name OG, N0tail and his team won big wins one after another, but success in the prestigious international arena has not yet been achieved by the team he formed. However, in 2018, a big change occurred in OG. Two players remain, including Fly's co-founder. Just before The International 2018 qualifying round, N0tail managed to build a team with the remaining members and miraculously managed to win the competition. A year later, OG was with the exact same players at The International 2019. There the team made history by becoming the first Dota team to win two TI titles. With multiple awards and two major TI prizes, N0tail as a world esports player  has earned a total of $ 6,886.182. This makes him the highest earning esporter to date.

Andreas “Xyp9x” Højsleth

According to many CS:GO fans, Astralis are the best team in the world in the game Counter Strike. Judging from the size of the prize money, that statement must be true. The top five earning CS:GO players are the five Astralis men. All five have earned over a million dollars in prize money, but the player with the most money is Andreas “Xyp9x” Højsleth. World esports player The 23-year-old Danish origin started his professional career in Counter-Strike 1.6 and has been active as an esporter since 2012. Since the founding of Astralis in January 2016, Xyp9x has been part of the team, but in 2018 he achieved the greatest success with his team. That year, Astralis won the Intel Grand Slam, the $ 1 million prize awarded to the first team to win four major tournaments in that season. As a result, Xyp9x has a prize money of $ 1,448,591.80 to its name.

Lee “Faker” Sang Hyeok

Most esporters, especially the Mobile Legends game, must know Lee “Faker” Sang Hyeok, SK Telecom's mid-player. Since his debut in 2013, Faker has built a reputation as one of the best midlaners in the world. His impact and performance is compared to that of top athletes like Lionel Messi and Michael Jordan. He is also one of only two players to have three World Championship titles to his name. Thanks in part to those world titles, Faker has won a total of $ prize money of 1,175,927.15. Second place at Worlds 2017 and two wins at the Mid-Season Invitational also contributed significantly. Faker is the only one world esports player  League of Legends that won over a million dollars in prize money.

Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf

16-year-old Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf is one of the world esports player highest earner in the world with a single appearance. Bugha won the Fortnite World Cup Final in July 2019, bringing in $ 3 million in prize money. He immediately managed to place himself in the top 10 best-paid esports players in the world. Bugha's total earnings are at $ 3,025,900.00. However, the World Cup is his first major competition, so it is expected that the number will increase from year to year. His dominant win at the World Cup underscores his talent as a professional Fortnite player and hopes are high for his next entry into the big competition.

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Muhammad Hakum

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