John "n0tail" Team OG, International 2018 champion Sundstein is included in "30 Under 30" of Forbes, the best business magazine of 2019.
Forbes 30 Under 30 is "an annual list of chronologically ordered lists of the steepest entrepreneurs across the US and Canada," according to the official website.
The 2019 edition has 600 winners in 20 categories.
Sundstein, twenty-five, ranked 22nd out of 30 who led the "technical and artistic revolution" in the game industry.
"The co-founder of the esports team, OG, was not able to put his loser, Dota 2 squad, as No. 1 on The International 8," Forbes's citation reads.
Sundstein is currently the second-highest-paid gamer of all time and has posted sales of $ 3,733,970.56.
Alastair "Ali-ei" Aiken, a battle royale game Fortnite's 25-year-old stalk topped the "30-under-30" game category list.
The Forbes winner has thousands of hope through a rigorous "three-step process" of the magazine's "extensive community, skilled reporters and expert judges" and is based on how they have fragmented their niche markets in their industries There is.
The judge in the game category was Robin Hunicke, the game studio Funomena cofounder. Siobhan Reddy, Game Studios Media Molecule cofounder; And Noah Whinston, "30 Under 30" 2017 Recipient and esports Team Immortals Chief Executive Officer.
Here is the full "30 Under 30" list.