List of all players in Dota 2

More about professional Dota 2 players

Dota 2 is not just a team game: special attention should be paid to the participants themselves. A professional team consists of experienced players. Interestingly, the same team can demonstrate different results with different lineups. Sometimes it's enough to transfer just one player to break into the top 10.

How do people become professional Dota 2 players?

It should be understood that players, for example, Team Liquid or Gaimin Gladiators, did not become the best in one month. Those who really want to get on the pro list should devote enough time to the game, and that's the minimum.

Professionals claim that becoming a top player, or even getting a place in the "Top 200 players of the region" ranking is very difficult. They advise to play about 12 hours a day to improve their skills, receive awards and reach that level of play that will at least make you noticeable.

Playing 12 hours a day is not that easy, moreover, players must constantly improve their macro- and micro-skills in order to defeat the pros. If this is possible (not once), there is a probability that top players and teams will notice you. Then there will be an opportunity to communicate with you, and if everything goes well, an invitation to the team will come, and that's a ticket to the real "Dota" life.

Finding the best tactics and strategies, persistence, and perseverance - these are the keys to a cyber sports career that many dream of.

Professional Dota 2 players: who are they?

Let us remind you that you can't judge a participant by the result of the team. There are gamers whose personal achievements surpass the entire lineup of top teams.

The ranking of the best professional players is calculated depending on the prize pool received during all the game time. It's also important to understand that the position also plays a role. Let's look at some of the best Dota 2 pros at the time of writing this text.

Ceb (France). Team - Old G. Position - fourth position support. Prize pool - $6,974,928. He has won The International twice.

JerAx (Finland). Currently not on a team, he is coaching, previously played as a 4th position support. Prize pool - $6,450,572. He has been a winner of The International and majors twice.

Topson (Finland). Team - Old G. Position - mid. Prize pool - $5,863,952. One of the best mids in the history of the game, considered a Dota 2 legend. He can play any character in the middle lane due to his unusual technique and unique strategy.

ana (Australia). Plays as a carry, not currently on a team. Prize pool - $5,498,307. Rightly considered one of the most titled players in Dota 2.

KuroKy (Germany). Captain of the Nigma Galaxy team, plays as the fifth support. Prize pool - $5,172,229. An instance where the legendary Natus Vincere team didn't influence the player's performance (with every game in the team KuroKy played with the team worse and worse). The team changed - and the prize pool changed. Participated in three finals of The International tournament, entered the top three of Bucharest Major and ESL One Katowice 2018, and also twice took first places in the StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3 and StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 4 tournaments.

The list can be continued with dozens more players with prize pools ranging from several hundred thousand to millions of dollars.

Player prize pools at the time of viewing on the website may be different as the resource only displays current information. Also, on our website, there is information about professional players: to do this, you need to compile a list by the amount of prizes, nickname, or name. Just choose the "Ascending" or "Descending" filter.

If you are interested in a specific gamer, you can open the page in a separate tab and read about them (country, team, position, prize funds, transfers, or all matches and tournaments they have participated in).