China's Zhang Mu Pang plays Valve's Dota 2, which started out as a battle arena Warcraft mod called Defense of the Ancients. He also used to play DotA: Allstars. Zhaohui is another Chinese Dota 2 player who used to play DotA: Allstars. He was much more successful last year, bringing in $1,112,280.99 to this year's $377,286 in winnings. Operating under the Player ID Banana, China's Jiao only made around $25,000 from five tournaments in 2015 so far, but won $1,112,280 last year. He plays Dota 2, and used to play DotA: Allstars.China's Chen used to be a DotA: Allstars player, and now plays Dota 2 for team Newbee. According to his bio, he has been nicknamed General Hao by the Chinese community, is known to be one of the most aggressive players in the scene.Hassan is a Pakistani Dota 2 player, and only started playing professionally this year at just 15. Now 16, he's already won three tournaments. Ning captains team Newbee, which won the Dota 2 TI4 Grand Finals in Seattle last year. His team includes Zhang Mu Pang, Wang SanSheng Zhaohui, Jiao Banana Wang and Chen Hao Zhihao. American gamer Loomis plays Dota 2 on the Evil Geniuses team, and made $1,326,932.14 from this year's The International — the biggest Dota 2 tournament in the world. Ling is a Canadian Dota 2 player. At just 22, he's the second youngest in e-Sports earning's top ten. Now another Dota 2 player, American gamer Dager used to play Heroes of Newerth, which was originally developed by S2 Games. Arora is an American Dota 2 player who came first with Loomis and the Evil Geniuses this year in The International 2015. He took home a whopping $1,326,932.14 from the tournament.