Hector Antonio "K1" Rodriguez - Dota 2 Player

Hector Antonio Rodriguez
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Total Prize Money Earned:
$351,092.54 From 29 Tournaments
Alternate IDs:
Hector, K1

Hector Antonio "K1" Rodriguez is a Peruvian Dota 2 player.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Dota 2$351,092.5429100.00%|$29,132.14218.30%|$321,960.40891.70%

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Highest Prize Money Won

1.2019-08-257th-8thTeam-based Tournament » The International 2019$171,650.40Dota 2
2.2021-10-1713th-16thTeam-based Tournament » The International 2021$120,060.00Dota 2
3.2020-01-267th-8thTeam-based Tournament » DreamLeague S13$8,000.00Dota 2
4.2019-11-247th-8thTeam-based Tournament » MDL Chengdu Major 2019$8,000.00Dota 2
5.2021-02-261stTeam-based Tournament » OGA DPC SA Regional League S1: Upper Division$6,000.00Dota 2
6.2021-05-212ndTeam-based Tournament » OGA DPC South America Regional League Season 2: Upper Division$5,600.00Dota 2
7.2019-04-284thTeam-based Tournament » OGA Dota PIT Minor 2019$5,000.00Dota 2
8.2019-06-164thTeam-based Tournament » StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 2$5,000.00Dota 2
9.2019-10-274thTeam-based Tournament » ESL One Hamburg 2019$4,000.00Dota 2
10.2020-04-031stTeam-based Tournament » ESL One Los Angeles 2020 - Online: South America$4,000.00Dota 2

Top Placements

3 Tournaments
3 Tournaments
3 Tournaments

Other Statistics

Overall Ranking

Currently, K1 is ranked #476 in highest overall earnings, and #4 in highest earnings for players from Peru.

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

The largest cash prize that K1 has been awarded from a single tournament was $171,650.40 from The International 2019 on August 25, 2019. His 7th-8th place finish makes up 48.89% of his total prize money won.

$100,000 Milestone

On August 25, 2019, K1 reached $100,000 in total prize money won with a $171,650.40 cash prize from his 7th-8th place finish at The International 2019. Prize money from 6 tournaments got him to that point.


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