Topson’s Daughter Makes An Appearance On His Twitch Stream

Vignesh Raghuram
27/Oct/2020 10:43 am

OG’s two-time TI winning midlaner Topias Miikka "Topson" Taavitsainen became a father on September 18. He and his partner Mawar Remy Taavitsainen became parents to his newborn daughter who was named “Riina Azalea Taavitsainen”. Earlier today, she made an appearance on her dad's Twitch stream for the first time.

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Topson’s Shows His Daughter in a Wholesome Moment on Stream

A few weeks ago Topson shared images of his newborn daughter with his partner on Twitter. 

Topson's Daughter

This time in his broadcast on his Twitch channel, he took advantage of the moment of matchmaking to show a lot of affection for his newborn daughter in the livestream, surprising his fans.

After finishing one of his ranked games when streaming on Twitch, Topson was surprised by his partner Mawar Remy who brought in his daughter Riina Azalea. The OG midlaner didn't hesitate to hold her and mollycoddling her in front of his fans.

All the time, he held on to her and said "Daddy is going to teach you how to play Dota. You’re gonna be the best Dota player", but he immediately took it back saying "No, don't play Dota, you’re gonna ruin your life, yeah don’t do that" in a joking manner. 

Following this, one of the players in Topson’s game asked him to give his daughter a kiss and so he kissed her on her forehead and then went back to stomping his pub games.

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Topson has been competing in the professional Dota 2 scene since 2017. In the summer of 2018, the Finn joined OG, with whom he became a two-time TI champion winning the International 8 and the International 9. Over the course of three years, Topson has earned more than $5.4 Million USD in prize money.


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Vignesh has been covering the esports industry for nearly 5 years starting with the early days of the DPC. His industry expertise includes experience in Dota 2, CS:GO and Mobile Esports coverage.