N0tail shows off $2 million 17-bedroom mansion in BBC interview

Johan “N0tail” Sundstein is doing very well for himself. The OG captain and highest-earning esports player in Dota 2 history did an interview with the BBC, discussin a number of topics including the mental toll competition takes on him and his own strengths and weaknesses in the game. But the most memorable part of the interview was when he showed off his enormous mansion in Lisbon, Portugal. Team houses are increasingly common in the esports world, with teams sharing a living space as they practice and improve together. N0tail is taking this approach with OG, with their training ground being …

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