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15-year-old Prodigy kid makes Pakistanis Proud

Sumail Hassan Syed from Karachi made history for Pakistan on Monday when he helped his team, Evil Geniuses, claim the Defense of the Ancient 2 (DOTA 2) Asian championship tournament in Shanghai, China.

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Having moved to United States only a year ago Sumail had already made waves in the in-house gaming league of North America. Due to his excellence over the gaming threshold, he was picked up by one of the biggest e-sports team, the Evil Geniuses (EG).

EG said that they were so highly impressed by Sumail’s perfection in the world of Dota, they risked including him in the world’s second biggest Dota2 tournament.

EG won the grand final in Shanghai, bagging the sum of $1.2 million as prize money.

Defense of the Ancients (DotA) is a multiplayer online the video game developed by Valve Corporation and involves two teams of five players which battle to safeguard their strongholds referred to as the “Ancient”.

The international tournaments are held annually in which 16 most accomplished DotA teams are allowed to contest.

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15-year-old Prodigy kid makes Pakistanis Proud

by Benazir Mir Samad