13, Apr 2024
N0tail Unveils His Autobiography Titled ‘Character Beats Talent’

One of the greatest players to have played the game of Dota 2 and two-time The International (TI) winner, Johan “N0tail” Sundstein, has revealed his autobiography. In a tweet, the player announced the release date of his autobiography titled ‘Character Beats Talent’ which follows his life from childhood to the realization of his dreams and will be released next Thursday, 18th April 2024. Preorders are currently open for anyone interested in reading the book in Danish for 279.95 DKK (approximately $40 USD). The English version of the book will be released in the near future, according to N0tail.

Two time TI winner N0tail reveals his autobiography

“After many years and lots of requests, I’m finally uncovering my story from a small kid with a dream, to deception, growth, and achieving my ultimate goals in my new book called Character Beats Talent (Danish edition), releasing next Thursday,” N0tail wrote in the announcement.

Interested readers can pre-order the book at Bog & Idé’s website, which is a popular Danish bookstore chain. Jacob Mignon and N0tail have co-written the book according to the website.

According to a detailed description of the story, N0tail’s esports journey began in old school cafes in Frederiksberg, Denmark, and reached a stage where fans screamed out in support of him in big tournaments. During this journey, rivalries, friendships, revenge, and anger, when close ones left him, shaped his idea that talent alone does not suffice, character is important for success as well.

With an illustrious career behind him, N0tail is currently the esports player with the highest amount of tournament earnings. He has two back to back TI victories to his name during his time as an active member of OG, which he founded in 2015 from (monkey) Business.

As for the start of his career, he was a competitive HoN (Heroes of Newerth) player before beginning to play Dota 2 competitively in 2012. Apart from OG, the player has played for elite teams like Fnatic, Team Secret, and Cloud9.

N0tail has been on OG’s inactive roster since 2021, with one brief stint with other former players, that was rather casual, during the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) 2023, but it did not work out. The player has mentioned a lack of motivation as the reason for not participating in competitive Dota 2.

He, on the other hand, as evident from his tweets, continues to be invested in the performance of OG in various tournaments, not just Dota 2, but also in other esports titles that the organization has ventured into.

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