Danil Ishutin
Famous cyberspotsmen all over the world

Esports is considered one of the most promising and highly paid sports. The ranks of cyberspotsmen are replenished almost daily with players who claim the title better in his game. However, in video games, there are already esportsmen who are known all over the world

Danil Ishutin

A well-known Ukrainian cyberspotsman in the game Dota 2, better known under the nickname Dendi. From 2010 to 2018, he played as part of the Natus Vincere team. As part of his team, he won the first ever The International Dota 2 tournament. In the same tournament, he took second place in the 2012 and 2013 competitions.

In 2018, Dendi left Navi and after a short break created his own – B8 Esports. Danil was named the most charismatic player by Valve founder Gabe Newell.

Initially, Dendi played the role of a mid player in the game. In the 2011 tournament, he gained unprecedented popularity, and his team earned a million dollars. He also became famous for participating in tournaments in Pudge.

Salehi Takhasomi

Salehi Takhasomi is a well-known German cyberspotsman, under the nickname KuroKy, who plays for the Team Nigma team. He started his career in 2006 when he joined the Worlds Eaters team. Participation in this team allowed KuroKy to win the Dota-League tournament. However, after a triumphant victory, misfortune befell the team and it broke up. In 2008 KuroKy joins Mousesports. However, in November of this year, she loses in the MYM Prime Defending tournament.

For a long time, KuroKy played on the support line, and his participation in tournaments was carried out due to elimination of the main players or other situations. In August 2014, when he started playing for Team Secret after leaving Navi, he was lucky enough to play on the front line. However, when Arteezy returned, he was moved back to support.

A year later, KuroKy leaves the team and decides to create a new one with Fata- players. Some time later, Salehi was announced as the captain of the 5Jungz team, which was later renamed Team Liguid. This team managed to win The Defense 5 and take second place at the Shanghai Major 2016.

Peter Dager

Former American cyberspotsmen, who, being the captain of the team, managed to win The International 2015 championship. Peter Dager, known under the pseudonym ppd. In 2013, he followed in the footsteps of successful esports players of those years and moved to Dota 2. Peter Dager is considered one of the most successful and talented players, and the real interest in him was shown after his participation in The International 3.

Daguerre managed to participate in many eSports teams, and is also the former director of the Evil Geniuses organization. Peter was also an alliance coach in the last part of the Dota Pro Circuit 2021 tournament.

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The history of the creation of eSports

Computer sport takes its history in the 70s of the last century. However, the first events were held on a game console. Passed attendance at Stanford University, and attracted attention to beer.

The first rise of esports in 1980. This year a tournament was held in which 1000 players took part. Major game console makers Sega Genesis and Nintendo have seen the future of esports and have taken it upon themselves to get people involved in video games in every possible way.

Active development of eSports

The real breakthrough of e-sports and the beginning of its active development was revealed after the discovery of the Internet in the 90s. Thanks to him, who received a large number of users for eSports, the player got the opportunity to compete in the legendary Warcraft game.

During these years, a series of tournaments were held, and some groups of people began to form gaming clubs. Their task was to bring together active players, video games and distribute them around the world. Also in the 90s there were games of Counter-Strike and Quake.

Esports is a universally recognized sport, officially recognized in almost all countries. However, the first country to officially recognize esports is South Korea. In it, in the 2000s, a real boom in e-sports was discovered. Adult men, schoolchildren and other people who are not indifferent to video games and visit video clubs. They spent almost all their free time in them.

Tournaments held in online clubs were broadcast over the Internet, which stimulated the development of this sport. Started in 2000, the most popular game providers, held annual competitions with prize funds. The most prestigious leagues of that time were considered: Dota 2 and League of Legends.

In 2016, the World Esports Association was created. Esports is firmly entrenched in social life around the world. In modern games, prizes reach fabulous amounts and gradually increase. At the moment, the turnover of eSports exceeds hockey or basketball. Thus, modern e-sportsmen draw attention to large elections, video game viewers have the opportunity to hit the jackpot simply by understanding the chosen game.

How to bet on esports

Esports is considered one of the most popular sports for betting. However, many users do not know how to bet on eSports and what you need to know for this. In this article, we will analyze the intricacies of this activity

Game selection

There are a large number of virtual games that are broadcast all over the world and on which you can bet. If you have a powerful enough computer, you can try to play each of them. This will allow you to better understand the process of the game and delve into its features. Also, most successful bets are made by players who play it themselves. Lack of understanding of the rules of the game can lead to loss of money.

Experienced players identify three games for esports betting:

  • Dota2;
  • Cs:Go;
  • Virtual basketball.

The choice of games will depend on the preferences of the player, however, to make the choice easier, they can be sorted into the following categories:

  • Time of the round and the game itself;
  • Unique conditions for victory;
  • Intensity of coefficient change.

It is worth noting that one Dota2 round can be up to 40 minutes long, which is long enough if you need to make a large number of bets per day. In this case, it is better to choose CS:GO, as the round length is only 15 minutes.

Also in CS:GO, the coefficient changes faster. Which is very convenient. If you guess the further outcome of the round, you can bet on the lagging team at a good odds, and when it wins back, win a decent amount.

What do you bet on in esports?

Betting on esports, like on other types, has its own unique outcomes. However, most of them are familiar and can be found in almost all lines. We can distinguish the following outcomes in eSports that players bet on:

  • Winning a match;
  • Lead in points;
  • Winner of the round;
  • Total total;
  • Total per round;
  • Total over or under.

Some players study the chosen game and place bets on a specific outcome. Thus, they minimize losses in the absence of knowledge.

How to place a bet?

To start betting on esports, you need to choose a bookmaker, register with it and top up your balance. Most offices have a built-in video player, which allows you to monitor the situation in the game and at the same time make an instant bet.

After completing all the previous procedures, you can start betting. If you’re interested in a specific game, you can use the search field to find a match by name. You can also open the lines and see the current list of matches. After clicking on the game, you just need to select the desired outcome, specify the amount and place a bet.