eSports Player Review - Miracle-Name: Amer “Miracle-” al-Barkawi Date of Birth: June 20, 1997 (age 20) Country: Poland/Jordan Game: DotA 2 Tournament Winnings: $2,992,476.48 from 32 Tournaments Amer al-Barkawi, also known as Miracle-, is a professional Jordanian/Polish DotA 2 player for Team Liquid. In August 2017, he, along with the rest of Team Liquid, took first place at The International 2017, which had the largest eSports prize pool in the history of gaming! eSports Discipline Miracle- started playing his favorite game, DotA, back in 2000. When the new DotA 2 was announced he started playing and become famous with his incredible skill. However, Amer was a so-called “pub star”, which means that he had a high public ranking but didn’t play competitively. He is currently playing the solo-middle carry for Team Liquid. His signature heroes are Invoker, Anti Mage, and Shadow Fiend. Results and Earnings With $2,992,476.48 from only 32 tournaments, Miracle- is #1 in his home country and #2 in the world ranking when we are speaking about money earned by tournament prize funds. In this ranking, Amer is beat only by the German legendary player Kuro “KuroKy” Salehi Takhasomi, who has accumulated $3,394,188.35. With the enormous potential shown by Miracle-, we are expecting him to reach number one soon and become the most successful eSports player in the world! 2017 Best Winnings 1st The International 2017 $2,172,536.60 1st EPICENTER 2017 (DotA 2) $50,000.00 1st StarLadder i-League Invitational #3 $27,000.00 2016 Best Winnings 1st The Manila Major 2016 $222,000.00 9th-12th The International 2016 $62,311.40 1st ESL One Frankfurt 2016 $31,374.60 2015 Total Winnings $248,919.65 from 9 Tournaments eSports Career of Amer “Miracle-” al-Barkawi Miracle-‘s history with online arenas began with the original DotA back in the 2000s. Then with DotA 2, he was playing only in the public games and shying away from the competitive scene. However, his first entry into the professional team was with the Balkan Bears in the beginning of 2015. Unfortunately, he did not participate in any major tournament and left the team after only four months. Later that year, Miracle- reached an in-game matchmaking rating (MMR) of over 8,000, thus surpassing Aliwi “w33” Omar and becoming the highest ranked player worldwide. Soon after, he signed with team Monkey Business, which reformed to OG due to a sponsorship deal. Miracle- and his teammates then won the Frankfurt Major. In March 2016, Miracle- achieved a new top of his career – became the first DotA 2 player to reach 9,000 MMR. After placing 9–12th at The International 2016, Miracle- left OG as a free agent to join Team Liquid in September of 2016. He, along with the rest of the team, won The International 2017, which had the largest prize pool of any eSport tournament, winning nearly US$11 million in prize money. GET UP TO 0 IN FREE BETS! Jetzt Holen! Miracle- Latest PerformancevsPSG LGD1:3vsFlytoMoon2:1vsPSG LDG0:2Miracle- Statistics Popular eSports Players Dendi - DotA 2 fy - DotA 2 ppd - DotA 2 Puppey - DotA 2 Rekkles - LoL s1mple - CS GO kennyS - CS:GO Faker - CS:GO Featured eSports Articles Beliebteste eSports Spiele sleeper | 2017-08-19LoL, CS:GO and Dota 2 are just three of the most important games when it comes to eSports betting.Dota 2 Pro Strategie Teil II sleeper | 2017-08-18Dota 2 Pro Strategie Part I sleeper | 2017-08-18Dota 2 Review sleeper | 2017-08-18DotA 2 is a highly popular MOBA game and most bookmakers allow you to bet on it. Read our full review here.