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OG Esports Add SumaiL To Replace ana



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Anathan “ana” Pham helped OG Esports to win two of the biggest events in the Dota 2 esports scene, The International 2018 and The International 2019, and then he lost his motivation to grind for more.

After taking a break for a year, the Australian player returned to the active roster in April 2021, but he decided to retire from the game two months later. Following this decision, OG was looking for possible replacements for ana.

Yesterday, OG Esports announced on their official website that they added their 22-year-old former Pakistani player Syed Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan into the roster who played for the team back in 2020.

“Sumail ‘SumaiL’ Hassan has accepted to once again hop on our train and give us a royal hand. He’s joining the OG Dota roster and will be playing position 1,” OG Esports announced. “Sumail has played for OG in the past as our carry, and we all kept a fantastic memory of our time with us. We qualified for a Major together, we played insane base defense games together, we’ve also been through difficult times together.”

SumaiL’s Net Worth And His Achievements

Syed Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan started his professional Dota 2 career from top by signing a deal with Evil Geniuses in 2015. In his first year, they won Dota 2 Asia Championships 2015 and The International 2015 together.

Throughout 2019,  they were still one of the best teams in the world. However, such achievements as they did in 2015 couldn’t repeat for the organization. However, they were still on top of the standings and finished at the third place in many tournaments.

Following the results of these tournaments, SumaiL won around $3.600.000 from the prize pools even at the age of 22 and still continues to compete in the tournaments, which could easily increase this number.

OG Esports is now:

  • Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan
  • Topias “Topson” Taavistainen
  • Sébastien “Ceb” Debs
  • Martin “Saksa” Sazdov
  • Johan “N0tail” Sundstein

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