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Tournaments and victories
The final of the CS 1.6 tournament NGL-One Season 2 was hosted in 2007. The prize pool of the tournament amounted $35,000 and the team 69°N-28°E became the champion of the event that won $20,000.
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A small CS:GO tournament Gamers Assembly 2013 was finished in 2013 with the prize pool in the sum of 5,000 Euro. Team LDLC could become a winner and earned the main prize in the sum of $3,000.
In 2014, CS:GO Fragbite Masters Season 2 with the prize pool in the sum of $25,000 was over. Team Dignitas achieved victory in it and earned the main prize in the sum of $10,700.
Dota 2 XMG Captains Draft Invitational finished in 2014, which prize pool amounted $40,170. Fnatic prevailed in it and earned the main prize in the sum of $19,300.
Today, the following figures of the esports celebrate their birthday:
Cory «Megaman» Gilbert — a caster (33 y.o., CS:GO)
Gustav «s4» Magnusson — a player of OG (26 y.o., Dota 2)
Eskil «Eskillz» Sunblad — an ex-player of 4 protect five, a free agent (26 y.o., Dota 2)
Zhang «HuLu» Lei — a player of World Elite (25 y.o., Hearthstone)
Gustavo «SHOOWTiME» Goncalves — a player of Luminosity Gaming (21 y.o., CS:GO)
Jakob «JUGi» Hansen — a player of Heroic (inactive) (21 y.o., CS:GO)
The patch 6,04 was released for Dota 2 in 2005, you can read about it here.