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The Liquipedia esports wiki recently published a list of the most visited Dota 2, League of Legends and Valorant player profiles for 2021.
The International 5 winner Syed Sumail “SumaiL“Hassan tops the list for Dota 2, with the rest of the OG roster all making a top 20 appearance after a decent TI10 race that ended at the hands of future winners Team Spirit.
Top 20 player pages visited for @DOTA 2 in 2021!
– Liquipedia Dota 2 (@LiquipediaDota) January 3, 2022
SumaiL is followed by Spirit midlaner Alexander “TORONTOTOKYO“Khertek in second, the now retired Anathan”ana“Pham in third, and Spirit carries Illya”Yatoro”Mulyarchuk in fourth position. T1 Officer and Captain Carlo “KukuPalad also makes the list.
Lee “falsifier”Sang-hyeok comes first for League of Legends after leading T1 to a 3rd-4th place at the Worlds. Kim, now retired, rounds out the top three on the clearly dominated LCK roster.Khan“‘Dong-ha and the superstar midlaner Heo”ShowMaker”Su from DAMWON Gaming.
Top 20 player pages visited for @lolesports in 2021!
– Liquipedia LoL (@LiquipediaLoL) January 3, 2022
G2 Esports Founder and CEO Carlos “ocelot“Rodríguez Santiagos, former G2 Martin botlaner”Rekkles“Larsson, and Cloud9’s former midlaner Luka”Advantages”Perković finished fourth, fifth and sixth respectively.
Despite the fact that Sentinels passed away towards the end of the year, Masters winner Reykjavík Tyson “TenZ“Ngo was the most visited Valorant player in 2021. He is followed by the star of Team Liquid Adil”Scream“Benrlitom in second and T1 Braxton streamer”braxPierce in third.
Top 20 player pages visited for @PlayVALORANT in 2021!
– Liquipedia VALORANT (@LiquipediaVAL) January 3, 2022
Winner of Valorant Champions Mehmet Yağız “cNed“İpek enters the list in sixth while the champion Master Berlin Ayaz”nAtsAkhmetshin rounds out the top 10.
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