Sumail Hassan Syed, 21, has been named as one of the best-earning athletes, with a profit of about $3.6 million to date.
By helping his squad, Evil Geniuses, to defend the 2nd Asian championship, Hassan made history in 2015, claiming to be the defending champion in China.
Only a few years before, the child prodigy had come to the United States, and he was still waving at the in-house game league for North America. There, he was taken over by one of the Evil Geniuses, the biggest e-sports squad.
He is also the youngest gamer to reach $1 million in earnings (£769,000). Furthermore, Hassan has been featured in Time Magazine in the top 30 famous teens of 2016, and is one of the most sought after players on the gaming block.
After his success with Evil Geniuses, he joined the Quincy Crew team with his brother Yawar, but due to some contractual problems he had to leave the team, which is why he was unable to participate in the DreamLeague Leipzig Major and the WePlay! In 2019, Bukovel Minor.