Esports a widely growing gaming industry, is expected to generate a revenue of $196 billion by 2022. This upward money curve has not only made Esports and the gamers gain popularity but also earning considerable money as well.
According to the latest rankings of the players’ earnings in Esports, Denmark’s Johan Sundstein known as “N0tail” tops the table with $6,882,440.18. Finland’s Jesse Vainikka is second while Australia’s Anathan Pham is on third. Pakistan’s Sumail Hasan is also not far at 11th position.
The Top 15 Players cum Revenue standings can be viewed in the following table:
Pakistan’s Sumail in terms of his pocket has been doing wonders and as per the present ranking has earned a total of $3,591,225.34.
Sumail’s prodigy dates to 2015, when he created history by helping his team Evil Geniuses’ claim the Asian Defense of the Ancient 2 (Dota 2) Championship in China. He played a significant role for his team as he had a game-changing role and lead the team from the front.
During 2016, Sumail was also featured in Times Magazine’s top 30 influential teenagers. Esports runs in his family, as his younger brother Yawar Hasan is also a recognized Dota 2 player and made earnings of $372,026.
As to Sumails 2020 plans, he could not take part in the Dream League 2019’s edition due to contractual issues with the Quincy Crew, however, it is expected that he will be back in 2020 and will be a tough contender for the title.