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Saahil Arora, who earned $ 12 million from esports, announced his retirement

Saahil Arora, who earned $ 12 million from esports, announced his retirement, and his fans asked the esports player what jobs he would deal with after this news.

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Saahil Arora, one of the most earning names in esports history, is among the former professional Dota 2 players. Universe, which has successfully reached a wide audience all over the world, also announced the amount it earned before retiring. Who is Saahil Arora (Universe), who started his professional esports career in 2011 and ended his career in 2021?

Saahil Arora (Universe), the world’s highest-earning esports player, has earned a total of $ 12 million 236 thousand from Dota 2 tournaments and retired. Saahil Arora (Universe), a 31-year-old former professional Dota 2 player, earned a total of 12 million 236 thousand dollars from the tournaments he participated in so far, making history as the highest-earning player in the history of esports.

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WHO IS SAAHIL ARORA (UNIVERSE)?

Saahil Arora, also known as UNiVeRsE, was born on October 11, 1989. The American Dota 2 player, whose esports career started in 2011 was full of success and awards, started his first professional esports life in the Online Kingdom team in 2011. Later on, Evil Geniuses, Quantic Gaming, Team Dignitas, Evil Geniuses, Team Secret, Evil Geniuses, Fnatic, Forward. He played for Gaming and Ninjas in Pajamas.

The professional who returned to his former team Evin Geniuses a few times made the most gain here. The American player, who had to leave his last team Ninjas in Pajamas on April 23, 2020 as a result of visa problems caused by COVID-19, announced that he quit the game completely instead of looking for a new team.

The player, who is loved by many in the Dota 2 community with his temperament and work ethic, said in his statement that you will either do or not do a job. Saahil “Universea” Arora, in his post announcing that he has ended his esports life, used the following statements:

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“I made the decision to retire from the esports scene of competitive Dota 2. Whatever I do in life, I have become a person who does exactly or not at all, and Dota is not much different in this regard. In the last decade, I gave everything to this game, to the competition, and it’s a perfect one. It’s time to go after different things and find out what’s next in my life. I thank my fans and former teammates for amazing memories that I’ll never forget. “