eSports Player Review - AdmiralBulldogName: Henrik “AdmiralBulldog” Ahnberg Date of Birth: December 19, 1990 Country: Sweden Game: DotA 2 Tournament Winnings: $630,159.59 from 70 Tournaments Henrik “AdmiralBulldog” Ahnberg is a Swedish professional DotA 2 player. He is one of the game’s most popular streamers, who is currently teamless. In the past, he was part of the famous European organization, The Alliance. Henrik holds 16 gaming awards from different organizations, including the Best Hard Laner in 2013 and Most Improved Player in the same year. eSports Discipline AdmiralBulldog plays the popular MOBA – DotA 2. The game is preferred by a lot of the professional players because of its enormous prize funds. In the game, his signature heroes are Nature’s Prophet, Lone Druid, and Broodmother. Results and Earnings With $630,159.59 from 70 tournaments, AdmiralBulldog is holding #7 in Sweden and #75 in the world ranking if we are speaking about the money earned by tournament prize funds. It is good to mention that 2013 was the most successful year for the player since he won $320,830.26, more than all the other years. 2016 Best Winnings 9th-12th The International 2016 $63,311.00 1st SL i-League XIV Finals $24,000.00 7th-8th The Shanghai Major 2016 $21,000.00 2015 Total Winnings $110,856.69 from 13 Tournaments 2014 Total Winnings $65,200.99 from 18 Tournaments 2013 Total Winnings $320,830.26 from 24 Tournaments eSports Career of Henrik “AdmiralBulldog” Ahnberg Henrik debuted with the Swedish team No Tidehunter back in 2013 against team Empire. The following period was quite good for the player. He and his teammates were picked by Alliance in April 2013. Immediately after getting sponsored, Alliance won 6 premier tournaments in a row including The International 3. The last moments of the match were noted by the community as the most interesting because of Gustav “s4” Magnusson’s “1 million dollar dream coil”. In the next year’s International, Alliance disappointed with their performance, finishing 11th-12th in the final standing. Due to these results, the organization announced roster changes. AdmiralBulldog decided to go inactive from the competitive scene and start a full-time stream on Twitch.tv. Of course, the passion of playing at the competitive level brought him back to the game for Alliance in the I-league Season 3, where they finished at the 5-6 place. The next year in the WCA 2015 Europe Open Qualifier, Alliance secured first place which was their first gold medal since the ASUS ROG FreamLeague S11. As part of the annual post The International roster shake-up, S4, AdmiralBulldog, and Joakim “Akke” Akterhall duo left Alliance in 2016. Even though he is not competing, he has remained a relevant personality in DotA 2 thanks to his Twitch stream channel. We are sure that AdmiralBulldog will soon start playing competitively again, and to be honest we can’t wait for his return. GET UP TO $280 IN FREE BETS! Claim Now AdmiralBulldog Latest PerformancevsVega Squadron0:2vsEl_one2:0vsVega Squadron0:2AdmiralBulldog Statistics Popular eSports Players Dendi - DotA 2 fy - DotA 2 ppd - DotA 2 Puppey - DotA 2 Rekkles - LoL s1mple - CS GO kennyS - CS:GO Faker - CS:GO Featured eSports Articles Riot Games Is Updating Blitzcrank’s Passives Antoan Vasilev | 2019-03-24Riot Games are making everything possible to bring old champions back to life. We saw it with Morgana and Kayle, now we are seeing it with Blitzcrank'passives.Valve release Dota 2 betting app feature ‘Dota Plus’ Antoan Vasilev | 2019-03-22Valve release Dota 2 betting app feature 'Dota Plus'! Learn more about the functionality of the application now!Team Liquid vs ENCE Betting Tips Antoan Vasilev | 2019-03-21Our well-prepared Team Liquid vs ENCE Betting Tips Tips are here! Check details of both teams to make an informed decision when betting!ECS Season 7 EU and NA regions review Antoan Vasilev | 2019-03-18The first week of Esports Championship Series Season 7 is already behind us. Check our ECS Season 7 EU and NA regions review now!