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Top 10 Best Carry Players in the world right now       

10) MidOne: –

MidOne, Professional Dota 2 Carry Player

Player Intro: –

Yeik “MidOne” Nai Zheng is a Malaysian professional Dota 2 player who is currently playing for Team SMG. He is one of the pro players of Dota 2 with years of experience and high achievements.

About MidOne: –

Yeik Nai Zheng (MidOne) was born on June 3, 1996, in Malaysia. He currently plays as carry for Team SMG. MidOne had a profound interest in video games when he was a child. The first video game he played was Tetris on a Gameboy when he was 3–4 years old and later moved to console gaming playing the Final Fantasy series on the PlayStation 1. At the age of 7, he played his first computer games: Sonic and Rayman before playing venturing into DotA when he saw his brother playing it. His interest in Dota grew and later transitioned into Dota 2 playing in semi-professional teams to professional teams. While becoming the first player from South-East Asia to reach 8000 MMR, he is an up-and-coming Dota 2 talent in Malaysia and South-East Asia. MidOne studies mechanical engineering at Multimedia University (Melaka) Malaysia.

MidOne’s Background: –

Learning Dota from his brother, he kept on playing against him and his cousins in 1v1 matches. Despite losing, he had a competitive mindset and wanted to improve and beat professional players such as kYxY. When he was 13 years old, he joined an SMM tournament qualifier and came second place, and a few years later he joined small tournaments around Malaysia to further obtain knowledge and experience as a Dota 2 player, while at the same time playing solo matchmaking to improve his MMR. While playing Dota as an amateur competitively, his parents would tell him to stop playing; ironically, his friends would tell MidOne to stop studying and take a break, such as Dota. When MidOne later became a professional player his friends and parents showed bipartisan support for him as a professional gamer.

MidOne’s Interesting Facts: –

  • Had the highest average kills per game (11.29) at The Kiev Major 2017.
  • On April 29th, 2016, he became the first player to hit 8000 MMR on the Southeast Asia servers.
  • On February 10th, 2017, he became the first Malaysian/Southeast Asia player to hit 9000 MMR on the Europe servers.
  • On July 9th, 2017, MidOne became the second player to reach 10,000 MMR on the Southeast Asia servers.

MidOne’s Signature Heroes: –

MidOne was a mid-player at the beginning but later shifted to play as carry. He has shown unbelievable feat in Dota 2 pro games. Invoker, Ember Spirit, Outworld Devourer, Storm Spirit, and Sven. He can play carry comfortably with these heroes also.

MidOne is such a fantastic player. I still remember I was watching one of his tournament games when he was in OG, and he had played Sven. I was highly surprised and fascinated by his gameplay. He had like 34,000 gold in 30 mins game and his team won by a huge margin.

Achievements: –

  • The International 2019 ( Prize = $2,059,804 )
  • The Chongqing Major ( Prize = $ 350,000 )
  • The Kuala Lumpur Major ( Prize = $170,000 )
  • The International 2016 ( Prize = $1,453,932 )

MidOne’s Gameplays: –

15 legendary plays of midone

Midone Tribute 

MidOne’s Twitter: –

https://twitter.com/midonedota2?lang=en

9) Monet: –

     

Monet, Professional Dota 2 Carry Player

Player Intro: –

Du Monet Peng is a Chinese professional Dota 2 player who is currently playing for Team Aster. Monet is one of the top carry players competing in pro Dota tournaments with good statistics.

About Monet: –

Monet was born on September 25, 1999, in China. Being a gamer lover since early childhood, Monet began playing games at an early stage. He was fascinated by the gaming world and would spend a lot of time playing games.

Monet’s Background: –

Monet has participated in many small tournaments before competing in professional Dota. Monet debuted with the team FTD club C in 2015.

Monet’s Interesting Facts: –

Monet reached 9k MMR on May 16th, 2017, becoming the youngest Chinese player to achieve the feat.
Monet is the surname of one of the founders of French Impressionist painting, the famous painter Claude Monet.
During The International 2017, KBBQ mentioned that Chinese fans often give nicknames to popular players. In Monet’s case, the Chinese pronunciation of his handle is similar to the Chinese expression for “copping a feel.” This has subsequently become his nickname among Chinese fans.

Monet’s Signature Heroes: –

Monet’s team, Team Aster recently ranked 9th among 36 teams.

Ref: – https://liquipedia.net/dota2/Dota_Pro_Circuit/2021/Rankings

Monet’s signature heroes are Gyrocopter, Juggernaut, and Lifestealer. He has a win rate as a carry player. You can check Monet’s stats from the link given below.

https://www.dotabuff.com/esports/players/148215639-monet

Achievements: –

  • Dota Pro Circuit 2021: S2 – China Upper Division ( Prize = $30,000 )
  • Dota Pro Circuit 2021: S1 – China Upper Division  ( Prize = $28,000 )
  • ESL One Los Angeles 2020 – Online: China  ( Prize = $25,000 )
  • The International 2019  ( Prize = $2,592,231)

Monet’s Gameplays: –

 

Monet’s Dota 2 gameplay

 

Monet gameplays

Team Aster Twitter: –

https://twitter.com/teamastercn?lang=en

8) Sumail: –

Sumail, Professional Dota 2 Carry Player

Player Intro: –

Syed Sumail “Sumail” Hassan is a professional Dota 2 player who is currently playing for OG.

About Sumail: –

Syed Sumail Hassan (سید سمائل حسن) is a professional Dota 2 player born on February 13, 1999, in Karachi, Pakistan and lives in Rosemont, Illinois as a resident of the United States.

Sumail’s professional career began when he signed with Evil Geniuses in 2015. That same year, he and the team won The International 2015, which awarded him over a million dollars in prize money. He spent the next four years with the team, having varying degrees of success. In 2019, Hassan left EG to briefly play alongside his brother on the Quincy Crew before briefly signing with OG in 2020.

Sumail Background: –

Sumail was born in Karachi, Pakistan. He started playing Dota when he was eight years old. When his family moved from Pakistan to Rosemont, Illinois in 2012 he began playing in the North American Elite League. Sumail quickly became the highest highest-rated player in the in-house league, establishing himself as one of the best upcoming talents in the North American scene.[1] His play was so impressive that UniVeRsE pushed for EG to recruit him in January 2015. Sumail’s LAN debut was at the Dota 2 League Season 5 finals in Las Vegas on January 6th, 2015. The team performed poorly at the event, in part to the lack of luster performance by Sumail. Critics began to question whether he deserved a roster spot on a team like Evil Geniuses.

EG entered The International 2015 as one of the two favorites along with Team Secret; EG had finished 2nd behind Secret at each of the previous two LAN tournaments, The Summit 3 and ESL One Frankfurt 2015. Team Secret finished in 8th place, leaving the way to the championship open for EG. However, EG experienced a setback of their own after losing the Upper Bracket Finals 0-2 to the surprise wildcard powerhouse CDEC Gaming. EG defeated LGD Gaming in the Lower Bracket Finals and prevailed 3-1 in a rematch with CDEC in the Grand Finals to claim the International 2015 championship. Sumail’s play was particularly noteworthy in both the Lower Bracket Finals and the Grand Finals – Game 1 of the Grand Finals was eerily reminiscent of Sumail’s experience in DAC, as Sumail died 3 times on his signature Storm Spirit in the opening moments of the game but proceeded to complete the fastest Orchid Malevolence on a Storm Spirit across the entire tournament. EG took home $6,634,661 for their first-place finish, making Sumail the youngest player ever to surpass $1 million in esports winnings.

Sumail Interesting Facts: –

  • SumaiL was featured in Time Magazine’s top 30 influential teenagers of 2016, making him the first first-ever Dota 2 player to be included in the magazine’s awards.
  • He is the brother of Yawar Hassan.
  • He is the youngest player to win an official Valve event, doing so at only 15 years and 361 days old at DAC 2015.
  • He is the youngest player to win an International, having won The International 2015 when he was just 16 years and 176 days old.
  • He holds the record for the most kills (31) in a single game at The International. He achieved this feat while playing for Evil Geniuses as Tiny against OG during Game 3 of their Upper Bracket series at The International 2018.
  • He looked up to Maelk in 2010.
  • He enjoys cheese pizza so much that he has it every two days.
  • He is a big NBA fan, cheering for the Golden State Warriors.

Sumail Signature Heroes: –

Storm Spirit, Puck, and Ember Spirit are the signature heroes of Sumail. Sumail’s Storm Spirit is widely famous in Dota 2 community. The way is he plays Storm Spirit is just fascinating.

You can check Sumail’s Dota 2 stats below.

https://www.dotabuff.com/esports/players/111620041-sumail

Sumail Achievements: –

  • The International 2019 ( Prize = $1,201,552 )
  • The International 2018 ( Prize = $2,680,879 )
  • The Manila Masters ( Prize = $125,000)
  • The International 2016 ( Prize = $2,180,898 )

Sumail’s Gameplays: –

15 legendary plays of Sumail

Sumail’s best plays

Sumail’s Twitter: –

https://twitter.com/sumaaaail?lang=en

7) Ame: –

Ame, Professional Dota 2 Carry Player

Player Intro: –

Wang “Ame” Chunyu is a Chinese professional Dota 2 player who currently plays for PSG.LGD.

About Ame: –

Wang Chunyu (Ame) was born on April 7, 1997, in China. He is one of the professional carry players that everyone fears. His playstyle is very fascinating. Ame began playing games at an early age. He is ranked 23rd in the world player ranking and is currently 3rd best player in China.

Ame Background: –

Ame has participated in many small tournaments before competing in professional Dota. Ame debuted with the team CDEC youth in 2015.

Ame Interesting facts: –

  • Ame debuted with the team CDEC Youth in 2015.
  • Signature Hero: Terrorblade, Morphling, Phantom Assassin.
  • Reached 10,000 MMR on September 24th, 2020.

Ame Signature Heroes: –

Terrorblade, Morphling, Phantom Assassin are are signature heroes of Ame. With these heroes, he has crushed many players. You can check Ame’s Dota 2 stats below.

https://www.dotabuff.com/esports/players/125581247-ame

Ame Achievements: –

  • WePlay AniMajor ( Prize = $200,000 )
  • China Dota2 Professional League Season 1 ( Prize = $113,269 )
  • The International 2019 ( Prize = $3,089,706 )
  • The International 2018 ( Prize = $4,085,148 )

Ame’s Gameplays: –

Ame Tribute 

Ame gameplay

PSG.LGD’s Twitter: –

https://twitter.com/LGDgaming?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

6) 23savage: –

23savage, Professional Dota 2 Carry Player

Player Intro: –

Nuengnara “23savage” Teeramahanon is a Thai professional Dota 2 player who is currently playing for T1.

About 23savage: –

Nuengnara Teeramahanon (23savage) was born on March 27, 2002, in Thailand. 23savage is a strong core player which every team would want to acquire. With his strong playstyle, 23savage became the first player in Dota 2 to reach 12,000 MMR.

23savage Background: –

23savage was fascinated by games at an early age and would most of the time in playing games and later began competing in pro pro-Dota 2 tournaments. His playstyle was amazing and soon became one of the best carry player in Dota 2 community.

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23savage Interesting Facts: –

  • Reached 10,000 MMR on May 1st, 2020.
  • On July 24th, 2020, he became the second player to reach 11,000 solo MMR.
  • Became the first player ever to reach 12,000 MMR on March 3rd, 2021.
  • His career career-high for kills in a single game is 25. He achieved this feat while playing for BOOM Esports as Slark in Game 2 of their series against Vice Esports during Season 1 of the 2021 DPC SEA Upper Division.

23savage Signature Heroes: –

Morphling, Faceless Void, and Anti-mage are the signature heroes of 23savage. He has a high win- rate with these heroes and has crushed many pro players. You can refer to the given link below to check his Dota 2 stats.

https://www.dotabuff.com/esports/players/375507918-23

23savage Gameplays: –

23savage crazy plays

Check out 23savage plays

23savage Twitter: –

https://twitter.com/23savageDotA?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

Achievements: –

  • ESL One Summer 2021 ( Prize = $175,000 )
  • WePlay AniMajor ( Prize = $75,000 )
  • Dota Pro Circuit 2021: S2 – Southeast Asia Upper Division (Prize =$30,000)
  • ONE Esports Dota 2 SEA League ( Prize = $20,000 )

5) Matumbaman: –

Matumbaman, Professional Dota 2 Carry Player

Player Intro: –

Lasse Aukusti “MATUMBAMAN” Urpalainen is a Finnish professional Dota 2 player who currently plays for Team Secret.

About matumbaman: –

Lasse Aukusti Urpalainen (MATUMBAMAN) was born on March 3,1995 in Finland. MATUMBAMAN made a name for himself by winning the Assembly Summer 2014 LAN tournament with the team Veni, Vidi, Vici, in the process defeating Trixi’s team FINSTACK in the finals and the team seppo13 (previously known as Team Menace) in the semi-finals. Throughout the games, MATUMBAMAN showed off his extreme mechanical skill on heroes such as Tinker and Ember Spirit and caught the eye of many Dota 2 fans.

Matumbaman Background: –

MATUMBAMAN was recruited to 5Jungz, formed by captain KuroKy to compete for the upcoming Frankfurt Major, where he was reunited with JerAx. FATA- and MinD_ContRoL complete the lineup. Before the qualifier for the Frankfurt Major started, Team Liquid announced their signing of the squad. With the new Team Liquid, MATUMBAMAN dominated the scene until The International 2016, consistently placing high in top competition. After some disappointing results post-TI6, Team Liquid returned to dominance in 2017, culminating in their victory at The International 2017.

In June 2019, MATUMBAMAN departed from the main roster of Team Liquid. He had been a member of the team since its inception in 2015. That roster had been together since January 2017, for a total of 892 days, and was the longest lasting five-man roster ever in the Dota 2 scene, to date. Together, they boasted an incredible 68% win rate.

After taking a break for the first major of the season, Matumbaman joined Team Secret on November 4th.

Matumbaman Interesting Facts: –

The Chinese players refer to him as the Toilet Bowl/Bro, due to “Matu” actually sounds like 马桶 (Mǎ Tǒng), which means toilet bowl in Chinese.
Had the highest average kills per game (10.65) during Season 1 of the 2021 DPC WEU Upper Division.
He is the all-time leader in professional wins (31) as Broodmother.

Matumbaman Signature Heroes: –

Lone Druid, Lycan, and Broodmother are MATUMBAMAN’S signature heroes.

Matumbaman Achievements: –

  • OMEGA League: Europe Immortal Division ( Prize = $200,000 )
  • DreamLeague Season 13 ( Prize = $300,000 )
  • The International 2018 ( Prize = $1,787,252 )
  • China Dota2 Supermajor ( Prize = $555,000 )

MATUMBAMAN’S Gameplays: –

Matumbaman Tribute movie

Matumbaman’s best plays

MATUMBAMAN’S Twitter: –

https://twitter.com/matumbaman?lang=en

4) Eurus (Paparazi): –   

Eurus, Professional Dota 2 Carry Player

Player Intro: –

Zhang “Eurus” Chengjun (also known as “Paparazi”) is a Chinese professional Dota 2 player who is currently playing for Elephant.

About Eurus: –

Eurus, popularly known as “Paparazi” is a professional Dota 2 player born on June 27, 1996, in China. Paparazi won the DAC 2017 Solo Tournament, defeating Sumail, Sccc , and Miracle-. He defended the title the next year at the DAC 2018 Solo Tournament.

Eurus Background: –

 Eurus (Paparazi) began playing the game since in early childhood. He was fascinated by games and enjoyed a lot playing games. His passion towards for gaming led him to earn him millions.

Eurus Interesting Facts: –

  • While playing DotA 1, he used the Chinese nickname “拒绝者” as his ID. This word means “abnegator” or “rejector”.
  • On January 20, 2016, he became the first player to reach 8000 MMR while playing on Chinese servers.
  • In late 2016, he began to use the ID “Paparazi灬”. This is because a Chinese caster Wang Jing is also using “Yuno” as her ID.
  • Had the highest average kills per game (10.21) at The Kuala Lumpur Major.
  • Reached 10,000 MMR on August 30th, 2020.
  • Reached 11,000 MMR on July 1st, 2021.

Eurus Signature Heroes: –

 Lifestealer, Sven, and Slark are some of the signature heroes of Eurus. He has a high win rate in these heroes. You can check his stats from the link given below.

https://www.dotabuff.com/esports/players/137193239-eurus

Eurus Achievements: –

  • ONE Esports Dota 2 World Pro Invitational Singapore ( Prize = $200,000 )
  • MDL Chengdu Major ( Prize = $160,000 )
  • The International 2019 ( Prize = $1,201,552 )
  • EPICENTER Major 2019 ( Prize = $350,000 )

Eurus’S Gameplays: –

Eurus Tribute

Eurus (paparazi) Stream

Eurus’s Twitter: –

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3) Nikobaby: –   

   

Nikobaby, Professional Dota 2 Carry Player

Player Intro: –

Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov is a Bulgarian professional Dota 2 player currently playing for Alliance.

About Nikobaby: –

Nikolay Nikolov (Nikobaby) is a professional Dota 2 carry player born on May 27, 1997, in Bulgaria. Today Nikobaby even runs his masterclass in gamerzclass and is considered as one of the best carry players in the Dota 2 pro scene.

Nikobaby Background: –

Having shown interest in gaming at an early age, Nikobaby led a step towards his passion and became a gamer to earn hundreds of dollars by competing in pro pro-level tournaments.

Nikobaby Interesting Facts: –

  • His career career-high for kills in a single game is 29. He achieved this feat while playing for Alliance as Phantom Assassin in Game 1 of their group stage series against OG in the Upper Division of Epic League Season 2.
  • Had the highest average kills per game (9.15) during Season 2 of the 2021 DPC WEU Upper Division.

Nikobaby Signature Heroes: –

Morphling, Faceless Void, and Juggernaut are Nikobaby’s signature heroes. He has crushed many pro players with his pro pro-level gameplays. With his signature heroes, he has a high win- rate and decent KDA ratio. You can check his stats in the given link below.

https://www.dotabuff.com/esports/players/412753955-nikobaby

Nikobaby’s Gameplays: –

Best plays of Nikobaby

Nikobaby’s best plays

Nikobaby’s Twitter: –

https://twitter.com/NikoDOTA?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

Achievements: –

  • DreamLeague Season 15 DPC Western Europe Upper Division ( Prize = $45,000 )
  • EPIC League Season 2 Division 2 ( Prize = $20,000 )
  • OGA Dota PIT S2: Europe/CIS ( Prize = $36,822 )
  • The International 2019  ( Prize = $686,602 )

2) Arteezy: –   

 

Arteezy, Professional Dota 2 Carry Player

Player Intro: –

Artour “Arteezy” Babaev is a professional Dota 2 player from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He is currently playing for Evil Geniuses. Arteezy has a very popular live stream which that showcases his outgoing personality, eccentric taste in music, as well as his exceptional skill.

About Arteezy: –

Arteezy was born on July 1, 1996, in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.  Before playing Dota 2 professionally he played the original DotA as well as Starcraft II. Arteezy played Protoss, and reached master’s before he started playing Dota 2.

Arteezy’s Background: –

Due to his young age and commitment to his studies, Arteezy had postponed any plans to play Dota 2 professionally. In April 2013, Arteezy finally committed to a team and joined Kaipi for the summer, along with ComeWithMe. However, after just four months Arteezy left the team and went inactive in order to once again focus on his studies. [4] In September 2013, Artour joined Take Five, a casual team of ringers, in order to participate in RaidCall EMS ONE Fall Americas, which the team would go on to win. Shortly after, Take Five disbanded and Arteezy would again be inactive. On November 22, 2013, Arteezy had the opportunity to stand in for bOne7 and play for his previous team Speed Gaming (formerly Kaipi) at MLG Columbus. Arteezy handily defeated several elite mid-laners, including Mushi and Dendi.

On January 6th, 2015, it was announced that Arteezy had joined Team Secret and he would now be playing the hard carry role. Following a disappointing performance at The International 2015, Arteezy left Team Secret to rejoin Evil Geniuses as the hard carry player.[10] Arteezy’s second spell on Evil Geniuses was marked by consistent results with EG finishing in the top 3 of 5 consecutive LAN events. Despite this consistency, they were unable to achieve many tournaments wins with their only success coming at The Summit 4. This win also meant that Arteezy became the first 3-time Summit champion as he had won the first and third iterations of the tournament with EG and Team Secret respectively.

Following the Dotapit Season 4 event, where EG lost 3-0 in the grand finals, it was announced that Arteezy had once again left EG to join Team Secret bringing UNiVeRsE with him. Arteezy returned to playing the mid role for Secret which he had not played regularly since his first stint in EG.

After poor results in The International 2016, he later departed Team Secret. On September 15th, 2016, Arteezy returned to Evil Geniuses as the carry role, he was once positioned.

Arteezy’s Interesting Facts: –

  • On June 28th, 2016, Arteezy became the second player in Dota 2 history to achieve a matchmaking rating of over 9000.
  • On August 6th, 2017, Arteezy became the third player in Dota 2 history to achieve a matchmaking rating of over 10000.
  • Arteezy’s career career-high for kills in a single game is 29. He achieved this feat while playing for Evil Geniuses as Tiny in a group stage match against Team Liquid at the ONE Esports Dota 2 World Pro Invitational Singapore.
  • He is all the all-time leader in professional wins (20) as Bloodseeker.
  • Reached 11,000 MMR on October 18th, 2020.

Arteezy’s Signature Heroes: –

Drow Ranger, Naga Siren, and Lycan are signature heroes of Arteezy. He has wrecked many professional Dota 2 players with his signature heroes. There have been many moments where has shocked the Dota 2 world with his plays.

You can see more of his stats in the given link below.

https://www.dotabuff.com/esports/players/86745912-arteezy

Achievements: –

  • The International 2019 ( Prize = $1,201,552 )
  • The International 2018 ( Prize = $2,680,879 )
  • The Manila Masters ( Prize = $125,000 )
  • The International 2015 ( Prize = $829,333 )

Arteezy’s Gameplays: –

Legendary plays of Arteezy

200 IQ plays of Arteezy

Arteezy’s Twitter: –

https://twitter.com/Arteezy?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

1) Miracle: –   

Miracle, Professional Dota 2 Carry Player

Player Intro: –

Amer “Miracle-” Al-Barkawi is a Jordanian/Polish professional Dota 2 player who is playing for Team Nigma.

About Miracle: –

Amer Al-Barkawi (Miracle) is a famous name among every Dota 2 player. The popularity of Miracle in the Dota 2 community is beyond the sky’s limit. He was born on June 20, 1997. Miracle was born to a Polish mother and Jordanian father. He holds dual citizenship.

Miracle’s Background: –

With a lot of hard work and dedication, Miracle- eventually became the #1 player by MMR in the European division and the world, surpassing w33. After achieving the #1 MMR ranking, he was invited by N0tail to join (monkey) Business, a new team formed from the post-TI5 reshuffle to compete in the upcoming Majors. The team reformed as OG after being sponsored.

OG qualified for the first first-ever Dota 2 Major, the Frankfurt Major , and managed to win the tournament in an unexpected series of upsets, with Miracle- showing high high-level performances on Shadow Fiend throughout the tournament. His impressive abilities prompted many other teams to respect ban the hero.

 Despite OG being being one of the favorites for winning The International 2016, they exited early in the tournament, losing to TnC Gaming in the second round of the lower brackets at the main stage, marking one of the biggest upsets in Dota 2 history.

Following the International 2016, he departed the team and joined Team Liquid after FATA- announced his temporary break from professional Dota. The new competitive season would start slowing for Miracle- and his new team, when they failed to qualify for the Boston Major. However, after his friend, GH joined the team in early 2017, having already stood in for them during their victory at DreamLeague, Team Liquid found their way back to dominance at the top of competitive Dota 2. Together with his team, Miracle- went on to win several premier tournaments throughout 2017: StarSeries Season 3, StarLadder i-League Invitational #2, EPICENTER, and DreamLeague Season 7. Miracle-‘s outstanding season culminated in his team’s victory at The International 2017, where Team Liquid swept Newbee 3-0 in the Grand Finals.

Miracle’s Interesting Facts: –

  • Miracle- was only the second player to win a TI and 2 Valve Majors as he won The Frankfurt and Manila Majors with OG and The International 2017 with Team Liquid. At the time, s4 was the only other player who had achieved this feat. It has since been achieved by Puppey, N0tail, JerAx , and ana.
  • On May 11th, 2016, he became the first player in Dota 2 history to achieve a matchmaking rating of over 9000.
  • Had the highest average kills per game at The International 2016 (9.89) and The International 2018 (10.80).
  • His career career-high for kills in a single game is 28. He achieved this feat while playing for OG as Juggernaut in their first group stage match against compLexity Gaming at ESL One Frankfurt 2016.
  • Had the highest average kills per game (10.09) at the DreamLeague Season 13 Major.
  • Achieved 10,000 MMR on June 16th, 2020.

Miracle’s Signature Heroes: –

Anti-Mage, Ember Spirit, Invoker, and Terror blade are the signature heroes of Miracle. At the moment, Miracle has shifted to playing as mid-laner but I am sure if Miracle isn’t in on this list then many Dota 2 players will get offended.

You can check more of Miracle’s stats in the given link below.

https://www.dotabuff.com/esports/players/105248644-miracle

Miracle’s Achievements: –

  • The International 2019 ( Prize = $ 4,462,908 )
  • The International 2018 ( Prize = $1,787,252 )
  • China Dota2 Supermajor ( Prize = $555,000 )
  • The International 2017 ( Prize = $10,862,683 )
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Awards

2016

  •  Esports Industry Awards 2016: Esports Rookie of the Year.

2017

  •  Esports Industry Awards 2017: Esports PC Player of the Year.

Miracle’s Gameplays: –

15 LEGENDARY PLAYS OF MIRACLE

Iconic plays of Miracle

Miracle Godlike plays

Miracle’s Twitter: –

https://twitter.com/nigmamiracle?lang=en

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History of Kaipi (that I was apart of, what a long history team):

I was first invited to the team by Bone7. For some reason the guy was rotting on my friends list, I’ve never queued with him (tryhard dota solo queue emoness) or talked to him. Kaipi then still had Arise and Zizou (bone7, me , pieliedie). We did ok with this team, we could take some games off top teams every now and then but it was never consistent. It was very difficult playing with Arise and Zizou because they had attitude problems. Practice would always be randomly stopped because “we don’t feel like playing or were tired,” with many in game problems as well. Arise in particular had a really shitty computer. However, Arise is a good player and has changed a lot since then. He bought a new computer with half the JD open money we won and I expect good things from him in the future.

Like many other teams, we decided we had to have a roster change before TI3 qualifiers in order to succeed. Of course this ended up back firing as we ended up losing our spot in the qualifier due to this. That was one of the saddest days of my life. But regardless of how hard DotA has been for me, I knew that it would be hard when I first decided to pursue this path and that I still wanted to do this more than anything else in the world; so I was ok after that day.

We replaced Arise and Zizou with Arteezy and CWM. I have no regrets with this decision as even if we were to qualify for TI3, we wouldn’t’ achieve anything there. Even if we were gurateed a slot with Arise/Zizou we would not have taken it as any team that doesn’t aim for the top should leave DotA. Rotting till TI3 isn’t what we wanted.

Our new team had much more individual skill than before and we were doing fairly well. We got first place in the NA EMS qualifier regardless of the drama that followed, we proved that we were good. We also won multiple cups and got top 4 at Defense (top 2 with SingSing) with this roster. A lot of people questioned our decision of taking CWM but I don’t regret playing with him. Although it didn’t work out in the end as we replaced him with SingSing towards the end of The Defense, there definitely wasn’t anyone better to play with at the time.

Although CWM was unbearable when he first joined the team, there was one thing that I liked about the guy. The guy was passionate about the game and although he didn’t want to change, he would if it was for that passion. He improved greatly as a person through the months and as a player. Although in the end it didn’t work out, I’m sure he has grown even more after being replaced.

Although SingSing has never been seen as a great player from Pros/Public. I’ve personally grown to respect him since the formation of QPAD. Whenever we play against QPAD, he would always show up on time for scrims (as silly as this sounds people never show up on time, fuck u guys!). Every time I ask him to 1on1 me, he would play. Although hes the biggest sellout clown on streams, you can tell from some of his interviews that hes truly passionate about the game. That’s why I wanted to join QPAD when I was kicked from NTH, but Select was chosen over me and luckily because of this I found Pieliedie and Bone7 in Kaipi.

We were always impressed by Sing whenever he ringed for us on Kaipi when Arteezy couldn’t show up for matches due to school. Although he was just a ringer, you could tell he really wanted to win, and was never edgy.

With SingSing/Arteezy/Me/Pieliedie/Bone7, our results were truly showing in scrims. My drafts became a lot better as my team truly trusted me and the picking phase became a lot less hectic. Arteezy will be like “pick me sf captain” and I’ll be like with what? and He’ll be like “I ain’t the captain thats ur job.” And that’s how strategies like Carry VS and stuff came into play.

It was very hard to stay motivated since we wouldn’t be playing at TI, where as every team was staying at a bootcamp practicing with TI in mind. But I really wanted my team to practice before TI because that’s when other teams are trying their best, this was the best opportunity to practice. I’m proud of my team, we practiced as hard or harder than any team but Alliance. We were winning 70-80% of our scrims against every TI team except (NaVi (who raped us)/ Alliance (50/50 we barely played)/ and Mousesports (we never play)).

We didn’t pick up RTZ just for the summer, the original plan was to play with him during the school year as well. As RTZ is a senior he could get a much light load, etc. However, this seemed less and less likely as time progressed and eventually we decided that it was impossible. I’ve been good friends with RTZ since august, he use to be an extremely hard working player all the way till March, then he just became normal >_>. Once he completes High School I expect a lot from him. Well if he stops being a Mama’s boy.

Throughout the year I’ve learnt many things from RTZ and I’ve taught him many things as well. I’m certain that he has helped me grow as a player directly and indirectly. Honestly its been hard to play without him for the last few weeks, I will miss playing with him, but I’ll get over it. ? He fucking sucks ass, hes actually the most unbearable thrower ever (I’lll try my best :x) .

Current Team Formation:

We were one of the first teams to start scrimming after TI3, we played with Qojva/Fata/ and AUI.

Qojva was with the Liquid guys a lot at TI and joined them instead. Liquid is very strong right now, I wouldn’t be surprised if they won a Lan finally in the next few months.

The real decision came between Fata and AUI. Overall we were very impressed by FATA. However, it was very difficult to tell skill when we aren’t necessary scrimming the best teams. Most of the best teams were on break or we couldn’t tell if they were trying even if we won. When it came down to it me and Bone7 decided to take AUI over FATA because FATA felt uncertain about DotA and AUI truly wanted to join the team. AUI worked extremely hard to role switch, and was always eager to play. Another reason was that I’ve always respected AUI as a person and both me and Bone respected him even more from talking to him on Lan. After losing TI3 in that manner, he bounced right back and was already eager to play again.

Also, I asked my fucking team to make the decision together and all of them were like “iono u choose.” Fuck you assholes I hope you all die.

Personally I don’t think were very good right now, I think we have a lot of weaknesses as we have strengths, we aren’t very stable. However what we have are 5 players that are all tryhards and with the right mindset I don’t see what will stop us from getting better.

RattleSnake INT:

We will be playing like normal till after DH. That is, we will be attending Starladder (if we qualify), DH (If we qualify) and hopefully MLG Columbus (MLG ADAM PLEASE!!!!), and the NEXON Korean tournament.

Afterwards we will fly to China and stay for at least 6 months. However we may fly back to play in some major NA/EURO Lans.

The $200000 thingy is not our salary, its everything combined I think. Actual not too sure at all what that is really. Might be the cost of my organs when they harvest it once I get to china.

I think everything’s gonna be normal once I get to China. Most likely I’ll find a way to use twitter/yt/fb and twitch.tv. According to Pajkatt Practice ends at 10 am est, so I think I can choose between streaming between NA or EURO times depending on my sleeping schedule. I’ll have to see then. For example if I wake up at 7-8 am i can stream till like 1-2 pm maybe.

To My Fans and about Myself:

I didn’t decide to play DotA 2 because I was good at it. I didn’t play DotA at all at the time for years, or own a DotA 2 beta key at all. I knew no one in DotA, had no one to form a team with or anything. I pursued DotA simply due to one truth. That I wanted to become a pro player more than anything else in the world. Why I do I just can’t explain. And although my desperation to become the best has admittedly dropped from that of september-november 2012. I still want to do this more than anything else.

When I first played this game, I played only for myself. I cared but also didn’t really care about what others thought about me. I never watched my own vods, checked comments for my games, visited any forum, basically rarely looking at anything about what people say about me except my twitch chat. This was further justified as I was very much hated by the twitch chat and was witch hunted by reddit.

However, recently there has been a surge of fans that have been supporting me. The EternaLEnVy thread on JD is actually so funny:

My fans are actually the most awesome of all. They made my twitch/twitter backgrounds. Help me with my moobot, my subscription icons, emotes, finding music, inviting me to music sharing sites and everything.

There are people out there that have a personal attachment to whether I do well or not, and I don’t mean just my parents or friends but some fans. I no longer play DotA for just myself but also for my fans. I might leave some of you as my streaming times get fucked from China, but I’ll try my best to maintain it.

This year I’ve failed and lied to all of you. I didn’t attend TI3 at all. Looking back I don’t think I was cocky nor do I regret saying my goals on stream. I wanted to win TI3, I didn’t care how improbable it was, like how I didn’t care about my chances of even becoming a DotA 2 pro. But it’s not the same anymore, the desperation, the fire, the passion, the absolute certainty and trust in myself. There’s absolutely no way I can say I’m not trying hard right now because that I will always be, but its not the same as when I first started doing this. I’m scared now of claiming that I will win TI4. It’s not like I’m not trying hard right now, that would be silly to say. But it doesn’t feel the same.

Hopefully China will refuel my passion. I want to say I’m feeling like I’ll win TI4 right now but that would be a lie. So I’ll save that sentence for later.

Shoutout to NRootn, TaurenCheiftain, Holy.Diver, and Wutupz. RattleSnake and my stupid team. Kizzles, Arteezy, and the Furiousnoob.

LuminousInverse and DPM as well.

Edit: Shoutout to Bulba, I gained so much respect for him as I saw his passion at TI3. I thought I wrote about u somewhere in the article

This piece will be about how the team was formed all the back since before the TI3 qualifiers, till now, and what we expect of the future. I will also talk about myself personally as well. Note that my writing sucks and might hurt ur eyes and brain.History of Kaipi (that I was apart of, what a long history team):I was first invited to the team by Bone7. For some reason the guy was rotting on my friends list, I’ve never queued with him (tryhard dota solo queue emoness) or talked to him. Kaipi then still had Arise and Zizou (bone7, me , pieliedie). We did ok with this team, we could take some games off top teams every now and then but it was never consistent. It was very difficult playing with Arise and Zizou because they had attitude problems. Practice would always be randomly stopped because “we don’t feel like playing or were tired,” with many in game problems as well. Arise in particular had a really shitty computer. However, Arise is a good player and has changed a lot since then. He bought a new computer with half the JD open money we won and I expect good things from him in the future.Like many other teams, we decided we had to have a roster change before TI3 qualifiers in order to succeed. Of course this ended up back firing as we ended up losing our spot in the qualifier due to this. That was one of the saddest days of my life. But regardless of how hard DotA has been for me, I knew that it would be hard when I first decided to pursue this path and that I still wanted to do this more than anything else in the world; so I was ok after that day.We replaced Arise and Zizou with Arteezy and CWM. I have no regrets with this decision as even if we were to qualify for TI3, we wouldn’t’ achieve anything there. Even if we were gurateed a slot with Arise/Zizou we would not have taken it as any team that doesn’t aim for the top should leave DotA. Rotting till TI3 isn’t what we wanted.Our new team had much more individual skill than before and we were doing fairly well. We got first place in the NA EMS qualifier regardless of the drama that followed, we proved that we were good. We also won multiple cups and got top 4 at Defense (top 2 with SingSing) with this roster. A lot of people questioned our decision of taking CWM but I don’t regret playing with him. Although it didn’t work out in the end as we replaced him with SingSing towards the end of The Defense, there definitely wasn’t anyone better to play with at the time.Although CWM was unbearable when he first joined the team, there was one thing that I liked about the guy. The guy was passionate about the game and although he didn’t want to change, he would if it was for that passion. He improved greatly as a person through the months and as a player. Although in the end it didn’t work out, I’m sure he has grown even more after being replaced.Although SingSing has never been seen as a great player from Pros/Public. I’ve personally grown to respect him since the formation of QPAD. Whenever we play against QPAD, he would always show up on time for scrims (as silly as this sounds people never show up on time, fuck u guys!). Every time I ask him to 1on1 me, he would play. Although hes the biggest sellout clown on streams, you can tell from some of his interviews that hes truly passionate about the game. That’s why I wanted to join QPAD when I was kicked from NTH, but Select was chosen over me and luckily because of this I found Pieliedie and Bone7 in Kaipi.We were always impressed by Sing whenever he ringed for us on Kaipi when Arteezy couldn’t show up for matches due to school. Although he was just a ringer, you could tell he really wanted to win, and was never edgy.With SingSing/Arteezy/Me/Pieliedie/Bone7, our results were truly showing in scrims. My drafts became a lot better as my team truly trusted me and the picking phase became a lot less hectic. Arteezy will be like “pick me sf captain” and I’ll be like with what? and He’ll be like “I ain’t the captain thats ur job.” And that’s how strategies like Carry VS and stuff came into play.It was very hard to stay motivated since we wouldn’t be playing at TI, where as every team was staying at a bootcamp practicing with TI in mind. But I really wanted my team to practice before TI because that’s when other teams are trying their best, this was the best opportunity to practice. I’m proud of my team, we practiced as hard or harder than any team but Alliance. We were winning 70-80% of our scrims against every TI team except (NaVi (who raped us)/ Alliance (50/50 we barely played)/ and Mousesports (we never play)).We didn’t pick up RTZ just for the summer, the original plan was to play with him during the school year as well. As RTZ is a senior he could get a much light load, etc. However, this seemed less and less likely as time progressed and eventually we decided that it was impossible. I’ve been good friends with RTZ since august, he use to be an extremely hard working player all the way till March, then he just became normal >_>. Once he completes High School I expect a lot from him. Well if he stops being a Mama’s boy.Throughout the year I’ve learnt many things from RTZ and I’ve taught him many things as well. I’m certain that he has helped me grow as a player directly and indirectly. Honestly its been hard to play without him for the last few weeks, I will miss playing with him, but I’ll get over it. ? He fucking sucks ass, hes actually the most unbearable thrower ever (I’lll try my best :x) .Current Team Formation:We were one of the first teams to start scrimming after TI3, we played with Qojva/Fata/ and AUI.Qojva was with the Liquid guys a lot at TI and joined them instead. Liquid is very strong right now, I wouldn’t be surprised if they won a Lan finally in the next few months.The real decision came between Fata and AUI. Overall we were very impressed by FATA. However, it was very difficult to tell skill when we aren’t necessary scrimming the best teams. Most of the best teams were on break or we couldn’t tell if they were trying even if we won. When it came down to it me and Bone7 decided to take AUI over FATA because FATA felt uncertain about DotA and AUI truly wanted to join the team. AUI worked extremely hard to role switch, and was always eager to play. Another reason was that I’ve always respected AUI as a person and both me and Bone respected him even more from talking to him on Lan. After losing TI3 in that manner, he bounced right back and was already eager to play again.Also, I asked my fucking team to make the decision together and all of them were like “iono u choose.” Fuck you assholes I hope you all die.Personally I don’t think were very good right now, I think we have a lot of weaknesses as we have strengths, we aren’t very stable. However what we have are 5 players that are all tryhards and with the right mindset I don’t see what will stop us from getting better.RattleSnake INT:We will be playing like normal till after DH. That is, we will be attending Starladder (if we qualify), DH (If we qualify) and hopefully MLG Columbus (MLG ADAM PLEASE!!!!), and the NEXON Korean tournament.Afterwards we will fly to China and stay for at least 6 months. However we may fly back to play in some major NA/EURO Lans.The $200000 thingy is not our salary, its everything combined I think. Actual not too sure at all what that is really. Might be the cost of my organs when they harvest it once I get to china.I think everything’s gonna be normal once I get to China. Most likely I’ll find a way to use twitter/yt/fb and twitch.tv. According to Pajkatt Practice ends at 10 am est, so I think I can choose between streaming between NA or EURO times depending on my sleeping schedule. I’ll have to see then. For example if I wake up at 7-8 am i can stream till like 1-2 pm maybe.To My Fans and about Myself:I didn’t decide to play DotA 2 because I was good at it. I didn’t play DotA at all at the time for years, or own a DotA 2 beta key at all. I knew no one in DotA, had no one to form a team with or anything. I pursued DotA simply due to one truth. That I wanted to become a pro player more than anything else in the world. Why I do I just can’t explain. And although my desperation to become the best has admittedly dropped from that of september-november 2012. I still want to do this more than anything else.When I first played this game, I played only for myself. I cared but also didn’t really care about what others thought about me. I never watched my own vods, checked comments for my games, visited any forum, basically rarely looking at anything about what people say about me except my twitch chat. This was further justified as I was very much hated by the twitch chat and was witch hunted by reddit.However, recently there has been a surge of fans that have been supporting me. The EternaLEnVy thread on JD is actually so funny: http://forum.gamesports.net/dota/showthread.php?31993-EternaLEnVy My fans are actually the most awesome of all. They made my twitch/twitter backgrounds. Help me with my moobot, my subscription icons, emotes, finding music, inviting me to music sharing sites and everything.There are people out there that have a personal attachment to whether I do well or not, and I don’t mean just my parents or friends but some fans. I no longer play DotA for just myself but also for my fans. I might leave some of you as my streaming times get fucked from China, but I’ll try my best to maintain it.This year I’ve failed and lied to all of you. I didn’t attend TI3 at all. Looking back I don’t think I was cocky nor do I regret saying my goals on stream. I wanted to win TI3, I didn’t care how improbable it was, like how I didn’t care about my chances of even becoming a DotA 2 pro. But it’s not the same anymore, the desperation, the fire, the passion, the absolute certainty and trust in myself. There’s absolutely no way I can say I’m not trying hard right now because that I will always be, but its not the same as when I first started doing this. I’m scared now of claiming that I will win TI4. It’s not like I’m not trying hard right now, that would be silly to say. But it doesn’t feel the same.Hopefully China will refuel my passion. I want to say I’m feeling like I’ll win TI4 right now but that would be a lie. So I’ll save that sentence for later.Shoutout to NRootn, TaurenCheiftain, Holy.Diver, and Wutupz. RattleSnake and my stupid team. Kizzles, Arteezy, and the Furiousnoob.LuminousInverse and DPM as well.Edit: Shoutout to Bulba, I gained so much respect for him as I saw his passion at TI3. I thought I wrote about u somewhere in the article

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