Dread

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[e][h] Dread
Player Information
Name:
Андрей Голубев
Romanized Name:
Andrey Golubev
Birth:
January 19, 1991 (1991-01-19) (age 26)
Country:
Status:
Active
Alternate IDs:
Dreadisback, YuraSmolensk43
Role(s):
Signature Hero:
Weaver Batrider Enchantress
MMR Rank:
6462
(last update: 2017-10-24)
Approx. Total Earnings:
$34,068
Links
History
Dota:
2009-??-?? — 2010-??-??
2010-??-?? — 2011-03-08
2011-03-31 — 2011-11-04

Dota 2:

2011-03-31 — 2011-11-04
2012-02-17 — 2012-04-09
2012-05-08 — 2012-06-??
2012-09-16 — 2012-11-01
2012-11-12 — 2012-12-12
2012-12-12 — 2013-01-01
2013-01-01 — 2013-01-18
2013-01-18 — 2013-02-10
2013-02-10 — 2013-03-10
2013-03-10 — 2013-07-17
2013-07-17 — 2013-12-01
Retired
2013-12-01 — 2014-08-29
2014-08-29 — 2015-10-15

Andrey "Dread" Golubev is a former Russian Dota 2 professional player who has played for various CIS teams, including RoX, Virtus.Pro, Moscow Five, and HellRaisers.

Biography[edit]

Dota[edit]

Dread made his name in the Dota scene with DTS during 2010 with LighTofHeaveN, NS, ArtStyle, Dendi, and later ARS-ART and God as ArtStyle and Dendi left the team. Their most notable finishes included a 2nd place at ESWC 2010, three 1st places at ASUS Open, and a 3rd place at the World Dota Championship.[1] After being dropped by DTS in March 2011 they were picked up by Moscow Five,[2] an organization they stuck with during the rest of their careers in DotA: Allstars.

Dota 2[edit]

Dread played The International 2011 with his DotA team M5, where they finished 5-6th. Since then he has been on a lot of different teams, most of them Russian. He joined RoX in March 2013.[3]

July 17th, 2013, Dread announced his retirement from professional play. He would instead start shoutcasting.[4] He unretired in 2014 to join Relax, which later became HellRaisers.

Trivia[edit]

  • Dread has one of the most popular Russian streams with more than 87 million views.

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Team Results Prize
2015-06-25 A55 - 6th A1Premier Dota Pit League Season 3 1 : 2 $10,615
2015-05-06 A44th A2Major Red Bull Battle Grounds: Dota 2 0 : 1 $8,798
2015-02-28 A11st A3Minor joinDOTA Masters XVI 3 : 0 $10,000
2015-02-06 A99 - 12th A1Premier Dota 2 Asia Championships 2015 0 : 1 $45,863
2014-12-19 A22nd A2Major Battle of Central Europe Season 3 2 : 3 $6,000
2014-12-18 A11st A3Minor joinDOTA Masters XIV 3 : 0 $7,000
2014-12-01 A11st A3Minor Esportal Dota 2 League Open Tournament 1 2 : 0 $3,117
2014-09-27 A44th A1Premier Excellent Moscow Cup 2 1 : 2 $7,558
2013-04-21 A22nd A1Premier RaidCall EMS One Spring Season 1 : 2 $7,000
2011-08-20 A55 - 6th A1Premier The International 2011 0 : 1 $35,000
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament
Date Tier Tournament Position Partner List
2017-08-12 A1Premier The International The International 2017 Analyst
2017-06-11 A1Premier EPICENTER EPICENTER 2017 Analyst
2017-04-30 A1Premier Dota Major Championships The Kiev Major 2017 Analyst
2017-04-04 A1Premier Dota 2 Asia Championships Dota 2 Asia Championships 2017 Commentator
2016-08-13 A1Premier The International The International 2016 Analyst
2016-06-12 A1Premier Dota Major Championships The Manila Major 2016 Analyst
About achievementsBroadcasts from any Tournament

Interviews[edit]

2015[edit]

2013[edit]

2010[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "The Database: DTS (Old)". GosuGamers.net. Retrieved 2013-05-01.
  2. Ulrich "KongoTime" Hanten (2011-04-03). "M5.Garaj proud winner of OSPL Spring". GosuGamers.net. Retrieved 2013-05-01.
  3. Ilya "ingik" Bogatirev (2013-03-10). "Dread completes RoX.KIS roster". GosuGamers.net. Retrieved 2013-05-19.
  4. "Tezzeret" (2013-07-17). "Dread retires from professional play". joinDOTA.com. Retrieved 2013-08-29.