(last update: 2017-07-31)
While initially playing Dota in Australia, ana made the decision to move from his city, Melbourne to Shanghai in December 2015 to continue his pursuit in becoming a professional Dota player, where he joined the CDEC in-house league allowing him to compete against highly-rated Chinese players. The invitation to play in China saw him drop out of his high school, where his mother was half-supportive at first, however with Anathan's brother convincing her, the family later showed full support and still do to this day.
Ana began his professional Dota 2 career by joining Invictus Gaming in March 2016 as a substitute for Ferrari_430. His most notable accomplishment with the team was defeating Newbee in the grand finals of NEA 2016.
Following The International 2016, ana left Invictus Gaming to join a newly rebuilt OG. It was later revealed that his departure from Invictus Gaming was due to a rift with their organisation's management with their contract and other factors involving their results. In November, he won his first ever tournament with OG at Elimination Mode Season 2 and later won his first ever Valve and premier event by beating Ad Finem 3-1 in the grand finals of The Boston Major.
The team's performance continued to stay consistent with additional top 4 performances at Dota Pit League Season 5, StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3, and Dota 2 Asia Championships 2017. Ana would then take his second major at Kiev, and the team was invited for The International 2017. OG's had a rough series of tournaments leading up to the International with early eliminations at The Manila Masters and EPICENTER 2017, however, they did finish fourth at Mars Dota 2 League 2017. During the International, the team failed to make it to the upper bracket, and finished 7 - 8th, falling at the hands of LGD. After the International, ana announced that he would be taking a break from the competitive scene.
- He idolises Gordon Ramsay.
- He is the first Australian to have won a Valve-sponsored event.
|2017-08-10||7 - 8th||Premier||The International 2017||0 : 2||$617,198|
|2017-04-30||1st||Premier||The Kiev Major 2017||3 : 2||$1,000,000|
|2017-04-04||2nd||Premier||Dota 2 Asia Championships 2017||0 : 3||$91,799|
|2017-02-26||3 - 4th||Premier||StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3||1 : 2||$30,000|
|2017-02-17||1st||Major||Elimination Mode 3.0||3 : 1||$12,000|
|2017-01-22||2nd||Premier||Dota Pit League Season 5||2 : 3||$34,965|
|2016-12-10||1st||Premier||The Boston Major 2016||3 : 1||$1,000,000|
|2016-11-20||2nd||Premier||The Summit 6||0 : 3||$22,500|
|2016-10-02||3rd||Premier||Mars Dota 2 League 2016 Autumn||1 : 2||$31,250|
|2016-07-03||1st||Major||National Electronic Arena 2016||2 : 0||$120,216|
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- 2017-01-20 | Интервью с игроком OG - Anathan "ana" Pham @ DotaPit S5 by IneskaUA of RuHub Media at Dota Pit League Season 5 (trans. by RuHub Media)
- 2016-12-02 | Ana Interviewed - Aussie Dota 2 Player Speaks by Joab Gilroy of Redbull eSports
- 2016-12-02 | Australian Anathan ‘Ana’ Pham, 17, living his dream playing Dota 2, the richest game in esports, for team OG by Max Laughton of foxsports.com.au
- 2016-11-17 | Juan Interviews - OG.Ana by n0tail of BeyondTheSummit at Summit 6
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