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HellRaisers is an eSports organization from Ukraine. Over the years, HellRaisers has hosted teams across different game titles, including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2. The aim of HellRaisers has always been to pick up the most talented players from the CIS region – and this is something that they’ve been relatively successful at. Ultimately, as a result, they have won several big trophies and solidified themselves as true ‘hell raisers’. 

Founded on the 9th, March 2014, HellRaisers began its path by picking up the best CIS region Counter-Strike players, such as Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyljev and Mikhail “Dosia” Stolyarov. This helped them quickly become a fan-favorite team. Over the years, thanks to their players having a lot of experience in e-sports, the team has gotten quite a few trophies from the biggest tournaments in the world. As of today, many fans keep track with what the team is getting up to via their Twitter and Instagram feeds.

HellRaisers History: 2014 – Now

In 2013, an eSports organization by the name of Astana Dragons was formed. However, in the very same year, Astana Dragons disbanded after failing to get off the ground. Interestingly, though, some of the members of Astana Dragons stayed in contact with each other and subsequently formed HellRaisers less than a year later. These members were “ANGE1”, “AdreN”, “markeloff”, and “Dosia”.  

Since 2014, HellRaisers have expanded into various other titles outside of just CS: GO. For instance, in 2017, HellRaisers pulled together a talented European roster to represent them in Dota 2 before competing in ‘The International 2017’ tournament that same year. 

2017 also saw HellRaisers sign a European Dota 2 roster, and the team went on to compete in The International 2017 – the main tournament of the year. In 2019, HellRaisers came back with a CIS region lineup to compete in worldwide Dota 2 tournaments.

At the end of 2022, HellRaisers successfully won the Dota 2 tournament organized by SiGMA Group and TwogNation after beating LevelUP to take home the championship. As of 2023, HellRaisers has competed in 146 tournaments around the world, earning over $1,882,092 in prize money along the way. 

How to Bet on HellRaisers

eSports betting has skyrocketed in popularity over recent years. If you’re like most people, you’ll want a piece of the action – especially if you’re a fan of HellRaisers and the rosters they currently have. Whenever you’re watching an eSports event, you can place your bet now – so long as you’re above the legal gambling age. Also, make sure to research your chosen eSports team (or teams) prior to betting on them. 

HellRaisers: Divisions, Games, Rosters  

HellRaisers specialize in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, and Rainbow 6. If you’re interested to learn about the rosters for each of these games, you can check them out below. 

Dota 2 

The Hellraisers Dota 2 rosters currently consist of 4 highly talented players. Here’s a closer look. 

Gleb “depressed kid” Zyryanov

A popular Dota 2 player who has competed in over 12 tournaments so far in his career. At the start of 2023, “depressed kid” reached 12,000 MMR. No doubt, this is a sign of great things to come for the young, up-and-coming star. 

Matvey “MieRo`” Vasyunin

“MieRo’” is a young Off Laner who first went pro in 2020. 

Vladislav “Antares” Kertman

“Antares” previously played for X3 and Team Empire before eventually joining HellRaisers at the end of 2022. When it comes to competitive experience, “Antares” has played in 8 tournaments so far. 

Alexey “Solo” Berezin

Despite damaging his reputation back in 2023, “Solo” has since recovered from the match-fixing fiasco and has settled with HellRaisers. Now a mature player, “Solo” definitely still has something to offer as a Support player and Captain. 

Rainbow Six

2021 was a very successful year for the HellRaisers Rainbow Six roster. It saw them earn second place in the European Challenger League (2021) and win the Russian Major League (Season 7). 

However, in 2022, HellRaiser’s Rainbow 6 roster was officially disbanded. In total, all 5 players left to join 43rti. These players were:

  • “Amision”
  • “Russia eXoduSS”
  • “flaers0”
  • “rush”
  • “SmashByAsh”

HellRaiser’s last competed in the ‘European League 2021 – Relegation’ competition, where they finished 3rd place. Regarding the parting of ways, Aldar “Jamba” Jambinov (HellRaisers CEO) stated that “[…] it was an invaluable experience working with a new discipline. The team has fulfilled most of its goals […] I want to thank the guys for everything and wish them good luck next season!” 

Because HellRaisers have been so successful when it comes to Rainbow 6, it seems inevitable that a new roster will once again be formed in the near future. 


Since 2014, the Hellraisers CSGO roster has seen over 50 players come and go. Sadly, in 2021, Hellraisers had to release their final roster due to support issues. This roster consisted of the following:

  • “7oX1C” (In-game leader)
  • “Templ”
  • “Alex666”
  • “OWNER”
  • “liTTle”

Moving into the future, the aim is for Hellraisers CEO Aldar “Jamba” Dzhambinov to create a new CS: GO lineup that can truly push the brand forward. 


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