Don’t buy that crap that when you spent your time playing video games, you are wasting yourself away. Esport has become one of the best sport and huge business over the past 6 years with professional video tournaments offering some of the highest prizes that some other sports in the world,  The Dota 2 (Defense of the Ancient) has a pool of over $10.8 million in prize money which may rise to over $15 million by end of tournament. Esport junkies reveal that the game is gaining popularity all over the world.  Let’s take a look at some of the highest esport teams.

Evil Geniuses

It is the team which is leading the pack in esport. They won $6,634,661 at T15; $1,284,158 at the Dota Asia championships. They have had a string of other wins which total up to $8,952,675.05 in prize money. Their Halo squad was the best in the world in 2015 making the team one of the dominant of all times.

CDEC Gaming

It reached the final as a Dota 2 team and gained second place where they scooped $2,856,590 at The International. They had an amazing T15 run, which is the reason why they are considered as one of the best team in the world. The one win at The International made all the difference. They have scooped a total of $3,229,600.78.

LGD Gaming

During the start of 2015, LGD had the best legends in their team, which meant that they made the LGD to earn more money through several wins. It is their third place finish at The International which handed them most of their money  as they scooped $2,211,554 in reward money. The other monies came from their small winnings from mid-table finishes in two other million dollar plus the Dot events.  In total, they have won $3,045,517.23.

Vici Gaming

Vici gaming has managed to win the fourth place in The International 5 which is the reason why it is here among the best  esport teams. They won $1,566,517, add this to other small tournaments they have won including a second place in the Dota Asia Championship and they have a large prize money on their sleeves. They have earned a total of $2,581,954.91.

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