Martin “STYKO” Stick, a famous esports player from the Apeks team, shared information about his earnings in CS for 2023. During this period he earned just over 460 thousand euros, including a fixed salary of 150 thousand euros. One of STYKO’s most successful achievements in 2023 was 3-4 place at the BLAST.tv Paris Major tournament, where his team earned $80 thousand.
In turn, Russian cybersportsman Mikhail “Dosia” Stolyarov announced the creation of his own computer club called X-God Cyber Arena, which is located in the city of Ufa. According to Dosia, the arena could open as early as January 2024, although additional details about the facility have not yet been announced.
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Martin “STYKO” Stick: Earnings, achievements and plans for the future
Martin “STYKO” Stick from Apeks shared information about his earnings in CS for 2023. During this period, the veteran of the professional scene earned a little more than 460 thousand euros.
In total, STYKO received 150 thousand euros as a fixed salary without any additional allowances. The player’s most successful result in 2023 was taking 3rd-4th place at the BLAST.tv Paris Major tournament, for which his team earned $80 thousand.
The Apeks team plans to resume performances on the professional CS stage in early January 2024. They are going to take part in the qualifiers for the PGL Copenhagen Major RMR. The qualifying cycle for the major will begin on January 8 and will be held online.
STYKO income in 2023
|461.2 thousand euros
|150 thousand euros
|13.5 thousand euros
|Financials from stickers, Twitch subscriptions, and personal activities
|297.7 thousand euros
Mikhail “Dosia” Stolyarov announces the launch of his own computer club – X-God Cyber Arena
Russian e-sportsman Mikhail “Dosia” Stolyarov shared important news on his social networks – he announced the launch of his own computer club. This club is called X-God Cyber Arena and will be located in the city of Ufa. Dosia said it plans to open the arena as early as January 2024, but additional details about the club have not yet been revealed.
In addition, in the past, Dosia said that he had received proposals for possible participation in match-fixing, where attackers offered the cyberathlete a payment of more than $10 thousand for participation in such a match.