Johan ‘N0tail’ Sundstein is a dedicated Dota 2 gamer, formerly known as ‘Bigdaddy’ hails from Copenhagen. Ever since he played in 2012, he is considered to be one of the top esports players in Dota 2, competing for Team OG. Charm and humour are qualities that Johan possesses that make him a top esports favourite.
N0tail takes on the role of Solo middle with Dota 2 heroes like Juggernaut and his most famous Meepo game plays. Like the champions in video games, Johan is a fan of Marvel’s superhero comics. In his spare time, he likes to watch TV shows like Fear the Walking Dead.
Where it all began:
Ever since Johan started walking, the Gameboy console was his first introduction to gaming. When Johan was fifteen, he played video games like Heroes of Newerth and Dota 2 to become a full-time pro. Sundstein has become one of the top players that has yet to fulfil his big dream of winning a TI tournament.
The players from Monkey business got together to sign with Team OG, where founding member N0tail reunited with Fly. Together the unit improved on their skills and game strategies to win esports tournaments, becoming one of the top teams. The OG Dota roster consists of N0tail, Ana, s4, Jerax and Fly.
Johan’s first competition winning a prize was back in 2012, while competing for Fnatic.EU at the Dreamhack Valencia. In this minor event, N0tail and his team won the esports tournament against ASES e-Sports Club, taking home a prize pf $5K.
The most recent competition was the Starladder i-League StarSeries Season 3, losing to VG.J to finish in fourth place to claim a reward of $30K. Through his gaming experience so far with OG, the squad have beaten several world famous units such as Complexity Gaming, Evil Genuises, Virtus Pro, Team Liquid, Natus Vincere and Team Secret.
One of N0tail’s high achievements was with Team OG at the Frankfurt Major in 2015. The squad reached the Grand Finals beating Team Secret, taking home a stunning reward of $1.1 million.
The most recent win for Johan and his unit was The Boston Major in December 2016. In the Final match, OG beat Ad Finem with the score 3:1, taking home a prize pool of a staggering $1 million.