Mantis

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Player Information
Name:
Ернар Уразбаев
Romanized Name:
Yernar Urazbayev
Birth:
August 25, 1992 (1992-08-25) (age 28)
Country:
Status:
Active
Team:
Role(s):
Signature Hero:
Bane Vengeful Spirit Winter Wyvern
Approx. Total Earnings:
$7,292
Links
History
2011-10-01 — 2014-05-14
2013-09-23 — 2013-11-13
2013-11-13 — 2014-05-14
2014-05-14 — 2015-01-04
2015-01-04 — 2015-04-30
2015-04-30 — 2016-05-31
2017-09-16 — 201?-??-??
iPlay Gaming (Coach)
2018-03-04 — 2018-??-??
2018-09-19 — 2019-03-11
2019-03-11 — 2019-06-17
2019-06-17 — 2019-??-??
2020-09-26 — Present
Khan (Manager)
Upcoming Matches
No Upcoming Matches
Upcoming Tournaments
No upcoming tournaments

Yernar "Mantis" Urazbayev is a Kazakhstani professional Dota 2 player currently working in Khan.

Biography[edit]

Mantis is from Almaty in Kazakhstan.

Dota 2[edit]

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Mantis was one of the five members of NEXT.kz who participated in the first big Dota 2 event, ASUS Summer 2011. They went undefeated until their loss to Natus Vincere in the finals, getting them second place at the event.

Mantis, along with his team, NEXT.kz, fully transitioned into the Dota 2 scene in 2011, where they attended ESWC 2011. They ended up placing third in their group and did not go through to the semi-final brackets.

In the 2012 West Qualifiers for The International Mantis was a part of NEXT.kz, and they went undefeated until the grand final where they lost 3-1 to mtw.

Much later on, Mantis along with the NEXT.kz team was picked up by Ukrainian organization Ahead Gaming in autumn of 2013. Only two months later however, they returned to the NEXT.kz organization.

As The International 2014's qualifiers approached in late spring, Mantis along with the rest of NEXT.kz received a new sponsorship shortly before the European qualifiers. Thus, the team was picked up by xGame.kz. The team finished 6th in the group stages for the European qualifier with a 4-5 record, and therefore were eliminated from the qualifier.

Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierTournamentTeamResultPrize
2019-11-17AA1stA2Tier 3World Electronic Sports Games 2019 Central Asia FinalsWorld Electronic Sports Games 2019 Central Asia FinalsDDEAD2 : 1$2,578
2019-10-27AA1stA3Tier 4World Electronic Sports Games 2019 Kazakhstan FinalsWorld Electronic Sports Games 2019 Kazakhstan FinalsDDEAD2 : 1$1,170
2019-05-25AA1stA4MonthlyEpulze Monthly Cup May 2019Epulze Monthly Cup May 2019Magic Hands1 : 0$350
2018-11-11BA2ndA2Tier 3World Electronic Sports Games 2018 Kazakhstan FinalsWorld Electronic Sports Games 2018 Kazakhstan FinalsSe7en eSports1 : 2$1,340
2018-03-15IG9 - 16thA0Tier 1World Electronic Sports Games 2017World Electronic Sports Games 2017NiceOne0/1/2Grp S.$10,000
2018-01-14CA3rdA2Tier 3WESG 2017 APAC FinalsWESG 2017 APAC FinalsKazakhstan2 : 0$10,000
2014-07-31BA2ndA4MonthlyGIGABYTE Challenge #6GIGABYTE ChallengeGIGABYTE Challenge #6XGame.kz1 : 2$669
2014-04-05BA2ndA1Tier 2Techlabs Cup 2014 Season 1Techlabs CupTechlabs Cup 2014 Season 1NEXT.kz0 : 2$5,000
2013-12-04EC5 - 8thA1Tier 2Fragbite MastersFragbite MastersFragbite MastersNEXT.kz0 : 2$836
2012-12-22CA3rdA1Tier 2GosuLeague Season 5 Division 1GosuLeagueGosuLeague Season 5 Division 1NEXT.kz8/-/6Grp S.$1,000
Complete list of results in any tournament
Date Tier Tournament Position Partner List
2020-10-28 A2Tier 2 Moon Studio Mid-Autumn League Commentator
2020-09-16 A7Qualifier IeSF World Championship 2020 Kazakhstan Qualifier Commentator None
2020-08-31 A4Tier 4 Alaman #StayHome 2 Commentator
2020-08-09 A3Tier 3 Moon Studio Asian League Commentator
About achievementsBroadcasts from any Tournament

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