RAMZES666 Discloses the Amount in His Bank Account
9Pandas’ carry Roman "RAMZES666" Kushnarev is one of the most accomplished Dota 2 players, having won five Dota 2 Majors. As a result, during the course of his decade-long career, he has amassed over $2 Million USD in prize money. RAMZES666 recently disclosed how much money he has in his bank account during a chat on the “Diary of a Khach” channel. RAMZES666 stated that he has around $600,000 in his bank account from simply the prize money he has received during his career. This figure does not include salaries or earnings from advertising contracts.
RAMZES666 reveals the amount of prize money remaining in his bank account
RAMZES666 stated on the YouTube channel that a large portion of the prize money was used to purchase an apartment in the heart of Moscow, Russia.
“I got $2 million and something. That's purely prize money, without salaries and advertising contracts. I probably have $600,000 in my bank account. [Question: where did you spend the rest of the money?] I bought an apartment in Moscow, I live in the center.”
RAMZES666 is the 41st richest Dota 2 player, earning $2,037,152 in prize money, according to esportsearnings. His most successful period was with Virtus.pro, where he played from 2016 until 2019. In addition to winning five Majors with this squad, the most rewarding events were The International 2018 ($1,148,948) and The International 2017 ($1,110,956).
RAMZES666 is expected to receive one of the highest salaries in Eastern Europe, given his skill and reputation. At the same time, the player has also done huge brand endorsements in the past for companies such as Head & Shoulders and Nike. In 2020, he also launched his new brand, "666."
The transfer price paid by Evil Geniuses to acquire him from Virtus.pro attests to the player's standing in the competitive scene. According to a Forbes story from 2020, Evil Geniuses paid a hefty $75,000 to get the Russian player.
RAMZES666 is currently the carry player for 9Pandas, having joined the team in April 2023. The team performed well in the group stage of The International 2023, but struggled in the playoffs, losing to LGD Gaming and then to Gaimin Gladiators before being ousted in 9th-12th place. 9Pandas got $61,924 in prize money for this finish.