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Top 10 Highest Paid Pro Gamers In The World

It might sound like a pipe dream, however individuals really are becoming Pro Gamers playing games as a profession.

What’s more, these Pro Gamers rake in huge profits.

E-Sports Earnings has ranked the 100 Pro Gamers with the most noteworthy generally speaking income from aggressive gaming.

More than 100 Pro Gamers have earned more than $250,000 in prize cash alone, without tallying the sponsorship arrangements and wage that a significant number of these players get from spilling their training diversions on administrations like Twitch.

Be that as it may, they could not hope to compare to the best 10 Pro Gamers, who have earned more than $10 million for their gaming ability alone.


10. Jonathan ‘Loda’ Berg

Earning: $355,514.05 from 47 tournaments

Sweden’s Jonathan “Loda” Berg has been on 12 distinct groups. He picked up acknowledgment when he joined The Alliance in 2013. He’s taken in front of the pack in 23 competitions.


9. Jung “Mvp” Jong Hyun

Earning: $393,116.38 from 50 tournaments

Jung “Mvp” Jong Hyun, from Korea, plays both “StarCraft: Brood War” and “StarCraft II.” His biggest prize was $50,000 from playing “StarCraft II” in a competition in 2011.


 

8. Jang ‘Moon’ Jae Ho

Earning: $439,677.98 from 81 tournaments

Jang “Moon” Jae Ho is one of the “WarCraft III” players included in the narrative “Past the Game.” He’s additionally a “StarCraft II” player, and made $12,799.73 from two competitions previously he was even 18 years of age.




7. Lee ‘Flash’ Young Ho

Earning: $447,016.47 from 47 tournaments

Lee “Flash” Young Ho, a Korean “StarCraft: Brood War” and “StarCraft II” player, earned $269,972.27 before the age of 18.


6. Clement ‘Puppey’ Ivanov

Earning: $450,480.14 from 39 tournaments

Coming from Estonia, Clement “Puppey” Ivanov has also earned a respectable sum from “Dota 2.”


5. Jang ‘MC’ Min Chul

Earning: $452,926.25 from 78 tournaments

One of the best “StarCraft 2” players on the planet, Korea’s Jang Min Chul has made more than $450,000 by frequently putting in tournaments of all sizes since 2010.


 

4. Oleksandr 'XBOCT' Dashkevych - $453,311.74 from 41 tournaments

4. Oleksandr ‘XBOCT’ Dashkevych

Earning: $453,311.74 from 41 tournaments

Another “Dota 2” champion, Ukraine’s Dashkevych has been taking in the money since 2011.


3. Johnathan ‘Fatal1ty’ Wendel

Earning: $454,919.23 from 36 tournaments

The world’s first prominent professional gamer, America’s Johnathan Wendel’s success playing first-person shooters earned him massive cash prizes and sponsorship deals with major computer hardware companies.


2. Danil 'Dendi' Ishutin - $455,615.83 from 43 tournaments

2. Danil ‘Dendi’ Ishutin

Earning: $455,615.83 from 43 tournaments

Ukrainian Danil “Dendi” Ishutin made $200,000 playing “Dota 2” in a single tournament.


 

1. Lee 'Jaedong' Jae Dong - $519,086.72 from 52 tournaments

1. Lee ‘Jaedong’ Jae Dong

Earning: $519,086.72 from 52 tournaments

Korea’s Lee Jae Dong made huge sums playing “StarCraft: Brood War” before moving on to “StarCraft 2” in 2012. In the second half of 2013, Jaedong became one of the world’s top “StarCraft” players.

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