Johan "No next" Sundstein from the Dota 2 team OG, International 2018 Champions, was featured in the top 30th-30th Forbes Business Blog for 2019.
Forbes 30 at the age of 30 is the "annual list of the worst performing businesses all over the United States and Canada," according to the official website.
In 2019, there were 600 awards in 20 categories.
Sundstein, 25, was the 22nd of the 30 names that led the "gaming and technological revolution" in the gambling industry.
"Not only did one of the esport teammates, OG," n0tail "also led their insufficient Dota 2 team to make the incredible first place finish at The International 8," Forbes's quote sounds.
Sundstein is currently considered to be the second most-earning player all the time with an untapped $ 3,733,970.56.
Alastair Ali-A Aiken, 25-year-old Fortnite Warfare Game, added the list of game categories "30 to 30".
Forbes Awards come from thousands of hopeful members who are subject to a rigorous "ternary process" from the "large-scale community of journalists, qualified journalists and expert judges" based on how they have niches in their respective fields.
This year, judges of the game category were Robin Hunicke, Gaming Studio Funomena's fellow; Siobans Reddy, Co-sponsor of Media Molecule; and Noah Whiston, "30 to 30" 2017 recipient and esports team Immortals CEO.
See the full list of "30 to 30" 2019 here.