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Here Is How Much Money You Can Earn From The Esports Tournaments

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The gaming industry and esports become one of the biggest investments in the world. There are over 100 games to earn money from, and also, you can try your luck on streaming, which you can play games and entertain people while earning money.

Today, we will show you how much money you can earn in the esports tournaments, and we listed you the top 5 highest prize pool games in the scene.

5. Starcraft II

StarCraft II is a real-time strategy game developed by Blizzard Entertainment and released in 2010. In ten years, 5500 tournaments were made and a total of $32,781,07 were distributed to the players since then.

4. League Of Legends

One of the best battle arena video games in the scene is League Of Legends. They have over 6800 players in the professional scene which totally earned $74,162,956 from the events. As you might already know, Lee “Faker” Sang Hyeok is the most earning player in the scene with $1,255,465.

3.  Fortnite

Fortnite is an online game that has three game modes inside, but, we are talking about the Battle Royale mode. Even they released this game mode three years ago, the prize pool of this game is unbelievable. Since 2017, $85,164,796 were distributed in just 500 tournaments.

2. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

CS:GO has the largest player base compared to the other games. There are over 12.000 professional players in the world, and they earned over $93,984,134 in total. Also, Andreas “Xyp9x” Højsleth is the most earning player in the scene with $1,764,521.

1. Dota 2

Another battle arena game in this list is Dota 2. This game is one of the famous games in the world and also has the largest prize pool in the gaming industry. Since 2013, $222,810,301 were distributed to professional players and organizations.

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