The two-time world champion of the Dota 2 video game and the firstborn of Topias “Topson” Taavitsainen and his wife Mawar Remy Taavitsainen, who earned millions by playing, has been born.
Mawar revealed the matter by sharing a picture on Instagram on Friday afternoon, in which Topias Taavitsainen is also marked.
The picture revealed that the girl's name was Riina Agalea Taavitsainen.
The girl born on Thursday night was 47 cents and weighed 2.79 pounds.
The 22-year-old Taavitsainen has not commented on the birth of his firstborn with his sometime.
The couple had not told us about the pregnancy in advance.
Based on somethings from Malaysian Mawar, she has married Taavitsainen this year.
Neither has commented on when they started dating.
Topias Taavitsainen has grown up in a family with 12 children.
Most of the family was there when the world champion returned to Finland from the 2018 World Cup.
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The Taavits live in Ritaharju, Oulu.
In the spring, the player said in an interview with Kaleva that he would see himself as a family father ten years from now.
- Playing Dota is a bad profession in the sense that there is little time left for the rest of life.
[...] I don't play for very long anymore, Taavitsainen told Kaleva in the spring.
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Taavitsainen, one of Finland's best-known racing players, rose to the top of the Dota 2 game in the summer of 2018 when he joined the OG team.
A few months later, he celebrated the World Cup, which brought the player a million account.
At last year’s World Cup, OG made history and won again.
Taavitsainen thought about quitting after the second championship, but the fire for the race was rediscovered during the months-long break.
Taavitsainen is one of Finland's three competitive players seen at the Castle party.
He attended the party in 2018 along with his then teammate Jesse “JerAx” Vainika.
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