Former discomfort Video gaming Dota 2 gamer 444 dies due to COVID-19|Dot Esports
Anderson “444” Santos, a Brazilian Dota 2 pro who most recently bet discomfort Video gaming, has actually passed away from COVID-19, his previous team revealed today.
The 25-year-old is best understood for his time contending with paiN at events like the CENTER Major 2019 and DreamLeague Season 13. The organization dropped its roster on April 9, 2020.
” Today we lost Bob to COVID-19,” paiN said. “We’re forever grateful for your help in building another chapter of our story on Dota. You’re an incredible person and we’ll miss you immeasurably. We can’t believe you were ripped from us so prematurely. Fortunate are those who had an opportunity to know you and who had the honor of seeing you play. Our hearts and thoughts are with your household. Rest in peace, 444.”
444 evaluated favorable for COVID-19 last month together with 3 other members of his household, according to the Brazilian sports site Globo Esporte. However due to an absence of available ICU beds in Manaus and the state of Amazonas, 444 divided his healing and treatment time in between his house and the healthcare facility.
His sister told Globo he struggled with signs of pneumonia and his lungs were 75 percent compromised at one point.
On Jan. 21, the Brazilian Dota 2 community raised around $1,200 to assist his family purchase medication and spend for treatments. He had the ability to breathe thanks to the assistance of Oxygen Cylinders and other medical devices and showed slow indications of improvement in his general health.
On Saturday, his breathing concerns aggravated and he was rushed to an ICU, where he later died.
” Today unfortunately I got up to heartbreaking news,” previous paiN player Rodrigo “Lelis” Santos stated. “Covid-19 took another soul and this time, it was from out beloved gamer 444. An incredibly humble and charming individual. Rest in peace Bob.”
Even after parting ways with discomfort, 444 was a supporter for South American Dota and served as an integral part of the Brazilian community.