Clinton Loomis, better known as Fear on social media, is an American professional gamer that specializes in Dota 2. Clinton is one of the most respected Dota 2 players in the game and has been playing the video game professionally for more than a decade. He remains one of the oldest Dota players in the game. Clinton has seen a lot of success over his long career playing Dota 2. In 2015, he won more than a million dollars with Evil Geniuses as the winners of The International 2015.
Clinton Loomis, better known as Fear on social media, was born on February 19, 1988 in Medford, Oregon.
As of August 2021, Clinton Loomis has more than 175,600 followers on Twitter, 97,800 followers on Twitch, 300 subscribers on YouTube, and 45,900 followers on Instagram.
Clinton is one of the most respected Dota 2 players in the game and has been playing the video game professionally for more than a decade. He remains one of the oldest Dota players in the game.
The professional gamer started with his first team, PluG Pullers Inc., and the team was acquired by CompLexity Gaming in 2006. The Dota division of CompLexity was later shut down in 2007, but Clinton reformed PluG Pullers as a new team. The gamer left the team later when he was asked to join Meet Your Makers. He was a member of the team for a year prior to leaving when the organization went bankrupt.
In 2009, Clinton joined Evil Geniuses for several months before the Dota division was disbanded again. The gamer persisted and joined a high profile Blight.int team, though the team later disbanded due to salary issues. Clinton took some time off gaming due to personal reasons.
In 2011, Clinton began professionally gaming again and his team, Online Kingdom.Nirvana.int, was invited to The International 2011. They took home $25,000 and finished in 7th-8th place. A few months later, the gamer rejoined Evil Geniuses.
In 2014, the team was again invited to The International; however, Clinton’s arm forced him to become the team’s coach. The team finished in third place. He rejoined as a player later that year.
The following year, Evil Geniuses took home first place at the Dota 2 Asia Championships in February 2015. The team then went on to take home first place at The International 2015, taking home more than six million dollars in prize money.
In 2016, Evil Geniuses took home third place at the Shanghai Major 2016. The team again qualified for The International and later finished in third place. Following the tournament, Clinton retired due to health issues and focused on working as the team’s coach.
The following year, the team finished 9th-12th at The International with Clinton as their coach. The player rejoined as a player the following months and took over as team captain.
In 2018, Evil Geniuses had a number of bad finishes at various Dota Pro Circuits; the organization announced that Clinton would be released as an active player but would remain with the organization in an undisclosed role.
Later that year, Clinton joined the North American team J.Storm. With his new team, Clinton took first place at Champions of Betway Midas Mode 2.0. In 2020, J.Storm disbanded their Dota team. The team, including Clinton, are listed under a new team called Business Associates.
Clinton appeared in the documentary “Free to Play” alongside Danil “Dendi” Ishutin and Benedict Lim “hyhy” Han Long.
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