|Net Worth:||$9 million|
|Source of Wealth:||Gamer|
|Net Worth:||$9 million|
|Born:||October 8, 1993|
|Country of Origin:||Denmark|
|Source of Wealth:||Gamer|
Johan Sundstein, also known as N0tail is a Danish professional Dota 2 player and captain for OG. with his theme OG, he played in four iterations of The International, winning in 2018 and 2019, and has also won four Major championships.
In 2018 the OG team won $25 million, n0tail took $5 million, and in 2019 they won $15 million, n0tail took $3 million. He also won four Major championships. N0tail Is the Richest Esports Player. As of 2021, Johan Sunstein aka N0tail’s net worth is $9 million.
N0tail’s Youtube channel N0tail is estimated to earn from $131 to $2.1K monthly and from $1.6K to $25.1K yearly.
- N0tail Had the highest average deaths per game (9.55) at the The International 2018.
- N0tail holds the record for the most deaths (20) in a single game at The International.
- N0tail achieved this feat while playing for OG as Pugna against Virtus.pro during Game 2 of their Group Stage series at The International 2017.
Sundstein (N0tail) was born on October 8, 1993, in Denmark to Faroese parents. His grandfather Jógvan Sundstein was a former Faroese prime minister. N0tail started playing video games when he was two years old and he left high school just to dedicate himself to esports.
At only 15 years old he became one of the youngest professional Heroes of Newerth players, playing the role of solo middle back then.
N0tail started by playing random pub games on HoN servers and later on decided to match up with Jascha “NoVa” Markuse and Tal “Fly” Aizik. One of the managers of Fnatic started noticing this young man and took them under his wing as an unofficial side project, and this was the beginning of N0tail’s professional career in esports.
N0tail Dota 2 Player Net Worth and Success Story (2022 Update)
Heroes of Newerth
N0tail started his professional gaming career at the age of 15, he met Jascha “NoVa” Markuse and Tal “Fly” Aizik in-game where they decided to start collaborating and playing together. The team became an unofficial side project of Fnatic manager Danijel “StreeT” Remus. After some changes in the Fnatic Heroes of Newerth roster, N0tail and his team merged with the original Fnatic players Henrik “FreshPro” Hansen and Kalle “Trixi” Saarinen.
N0tail’s new team became successful and started to achieve wins in online tournaments, obtaining their first LAN victory in DreamHack Winter 2011. Along with his team, N0tail was able to take the 1st place victories in four consecutive DreamHack events. After this win, N0tail’s net worth started to grow.
N0tail felt the need to make some changes due to decreasing activity in the professional Heroes of Newerth scene. He then decided to join Fnatic’s European Dota 2 team. With his team, N0tail won the Thor Open LAN on December 9, 2012. The Team was the best until the International 2013, in which they placed 7-8th after losing to team Orange, which turned out to currently be the Fnatic squad.
After many attempts to win first place in the tournament and instead failing and getting placed number 13 and 14 in the International 2014. N0tail left the team and started a new one called “Team Secret” with his friends Fly and Puppey, s4, and Kuroky.
After a good number of wins in five tournaments, Puppey kicked Notail from the team and invited Arteezy in his place, the team started to prepare for the Dota 2 Asia Championships.
N0tail joined Cloud9, replacing Aui_2000. With his new team, they got placed number 9 and12 in the International 2015, this year also was a good year for N0tail’s net worth that is constantly growing.
N0tail and his teammate Fly, which was also kicked from Team Secret, have created (monkey) Business, a team featuring Miracle-, MoonMeander, Cr1t-, Fly, and N0tail. The (monkey) Business proceeded to become OG, and they quickly became the first team to defend a Major title in Dota 2 history after winning the Autumn Major in 2016.
The team also became the first-ever four-time Major champion and the first-ever two times champion of The International event. During The International 2018’s group stage, the team had a slow start, but despite that they defeated PSG.LGD in the best-of-five series 3–2. The next year, the team won The International 2019, making them the first repeat winners of an International.
After that win N0tail was featured in Forbes 30 under 30 categories at the age of 25.
Johan Sundstein’s (N0tail) Love’s life is a mystery, the only thing we know is that he is in a romantic relationship for a lot of time.
N0tail House is a $2 million 17 bedroom mansion in Lisbon in Portugal and turned into a gaming mansion.
- In my heart if it’s not me, I wish it for N0tail, so this is a very pure finals for me.
- We have nothing to lose, once again. We came here, we should already be so proud of what we’re doing you know. So don’t think about anything. At the end of the story, it’s been written already, it’s us winning.
- Did you know that ‘the fluke’ is one of the most common fish in the sea?
- Stop thinking about winning! Focus on this game.
- They know how to play true Dota. The true Dota is you play against your opponent like I always told you. They have the unity and the vision, but we do too, in our way. We need to feel good about our moves. That’s very important that we feel good about what we are doing, so it gets amplified. I know it’s not easy but try to come from within.”
- Wait what? Oh no dude I don’t have my chat wheel. What’s going on? Yeah, I’m not playing finals without my chat wheel, man.
- Never do this to yourself again, man. You’re the f**king best man. You’re the absolute best, man. Never doubt yourself again.
- Now, let’s get in the game. Let’s have fun. We got really cool heroes that we love playing. So let’s just enjoy it. Let’s do this together.
- Thank you for believing in me. Sorry I failed you in the end.
At only 25 years old the Danish professional player Johan Sundstein also known as N0tail managed to be the richest esports player and was included in Forbes under 30. He is a professional Dota 2 and Heroes of Newerth player and the captain of the OG team.
As of 2021, Johan Sunstein aka N0tail’s net worth is estimated to be around $9 million.
Johan Sundstein’s Youtube channel N0tail is estimated to earn from $131 to $2.1K monthly and from $1.6K to $25.1K yearly.