• Marcus Hill (Dyrus) was born on 30 March 1992 in Honolulu, Hawaii
• Was a professional video gamer who played “League of Legends”
• Had a Twitch audience of between 5000 and 15,000 people
• Net worth of $1 million
• Played for Team SoloMid and retired in 2015
Who is “League of Legend” pro player Dyrus?
Marcus Hill was born on 30 March 1992, in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, and better known as Dyrus is a former professional video gamer, who used to participate in MOBA – the multiplayer online battle arena and play “League of Legends”, one of the world’s most popular video games. Additionally he is a Twitch streamer who usually has an audience of between 5000 and 15,000 people on a regular basis. He was one of the top laners of Team SoloMid, also known as TSM.
Dyrus Net Worth
So just how rich is Dyrus as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, this former video-gamer has net worth of $1 million, accumulated from his career in the previously mentioned field. Additionally, his large Twitch audience tips him during his streams. Besides that, he is active on YouTube, and earns money every time an ad is displayed in his videos.
Reportedly, since its beta phase Dyrus has been playing “League of Legends”, with his favorite champion (equivalent to his favorite character in the game) being Singed, actually reaching rank one in the beta phase with the character. Dyrus began his career playing as a support for the All or Nothing team, one of the game’s first competitive teams. However, the team fell through, thus Dyrus went on to join yet another group – Epik Gamer – in which he served as a top laner.
In the following period, he began streaming on Twitch, and due to his unique personality and gameplay, he quickly gained loyal followers. Later on, he moved to a gaming house, based in New York and called Team SoloMid, in order to pursue his gaming career on a more serious level, and replace one of their resigned members, nevertheless, during that time, he was still a member of Epik Gamer. With the blessing of his team, Dyrus resigned and began playing for Team SoloMid, serving as their top laner, subsequently winning notable competitions such as 2014 Spring split and the 2014 Summer split, and several others. As of 2015, the team won Spring LCS, which brought them one of six invitations to the 2015 Mid-Season Invitational. In the summer split, Team SoloMid took the second place, being beaten by Counter Logic Gaming during the playoffs, and in League of Legends World Championships in the same year, the team was placed in Group D, with LGD Gaming, KT Rolster and Origen, finishing the competition in fourth place and so unable to progress. Having had his last game in the tournament, Dyrus retired, and was given a standing ovation for his dedication to the team.
Most Notable YouTube Videos
Dyrus’ most popular videos include “LoL Cypher – TSirDiesAlot (Dyrus) (calling out “videogamedunkey)” with more than 1.7 million views, “The Joy of Top Lane – AD Leona”, which has been watched more than 1.5 million times, and “Zed Mislick – Dyrus Random Moments 16”, with 1.6 million views. Besides that, he uploaded notable videos such as “Dyrus Baron Steal Moment of the Year” and “This Isn’t Supposed To Work! – Ap Soraka Top ft Annie Bot”
Important Tournament Achievements
As of 2011, Dyrus competed in the World Cyber Games, reaching the Grand Finals held in Busan, South Korea, eventually taking first place, and in addition finishing in second place in four championships, all held in the US, including 2011 MLG Providence and MLG Pro Circuit.
In the upcoming year, he took first place in several championships which were, however, held online, including SoloMid Series and IPL Face Off: San Francisco Showdown. Besides that, he provided a notable gaming performance on Gigabyte Esports l and in Fatal1ty Gaming Gear League of Legends Tournament. In 2013 he took first place in a Los Angeles-based competition entitled LCS North America season 3 Spring playoffs, and during his last season 2015/16 to first go see both Los Angeles USA and in LCS 2015 spring season with the latter one being a playoff. As of today, he is a member of the team called Delta Fox.
Personal Life, Family and Relationship Status
When it comes to his personal life and family, he was born into a family of very mixed Chinese, Scottish, Irish, German, Dutch, English and the Cherokee ancestry, to his mother named Sandy and father named Mark. He had disagreements with his father regarding his career choice, as his father wished for him to continue the family’s plumbing business. Speaking about Dyrus’ relationship status, he is in a relationship with his fellow gamer, YouTube content creator and Twitch streamer, Emiru. The couple often collaborates and shares a fair amount of information with their audience. Reportedly, he is a big fan of Japanese cartoons, also known as anime. As of today, he resides in Austin, Texas with his friend Brian Wyllie, also known as TheOddOne.
Happy birthday to my favorite bear @Dyrus pic.twitter.com/uRGd328Eq8
— Jason ? Tran (@WildTurtle) March 30, 2018
Being active in entertainment field, Dyrus is naturally active on social media as well, particularly on Twitter and Instagram, followed by an army of over 750,000 on the former and almost 200,000 on the latter. Dyrus uses his social media to promote his streams and expand his fanbase. Besides that, he often posts photos of his pet rabbits on his Instagram page.
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia
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