Andy Dinh

Quick Facts

Celebrated Name: Andy Dinh
Real Name/Full Name: Andy Dinh
Gender: Male
Age: 30 years old
Birth Date: 19 April 1992
Birth Place: San Jose, California, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.70 m
Weight: 70 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Single
Wife/Spouse (Name): No
Children: No
Profession: Vietnamese-American entrepreneur and former professional League of Legends player
Net Worth in 2022: $2 million

A well-known Vietnamese American businessman named Andy Dinh goes by the moniker “Reginald.” He once participated in League of Legends. The ‘Team SoloMid North American League of Legends Championship Series’ team is owned and coached by Dinh. He is one of 19 athletes who has qualified three times for the World Championships.

What is the net worth  of Andy Dinh ?

Andy Dinh has net worth is predicted to be greater than $2 million. He earned this money playing League of Legends professionally. His total career winnings as a member of a team total $554150. Andy Dinh At the Season 2 World Championships in Los Angeles, his team took home $75,000.

Childhood and education

On April 12, 1992, Andy Dinh was born. In video games, he went by the name “Reginald.” He is a Vietnamese immigrant’s son.

He was raised in California’s San Jose. Dan Dinh, his brother, used to play League of Legends professionally before transitioning to coaching. Andy Dinh attended Campbell, California’s Westmont High School.

Body measurements

In 2022, Andy Dinh will be 30 years old. He was born on April 19, 1992. He stands 1.70 meters tall and weighs 70 kilograms.

Do you know about the Career of Darren Dinh?

In 2008, Andy Dinh started participating in ‘League of Legends’ Closed Beta. He immediately gained notoriety and used to play with his brother Dan “Man Dinh” Dinh. He gained popularity, and the brothers later founded ‘All or Nothing,’ one of the earliest League of Legends teams. It was established in September 2009 during the League of Legends closed beta.

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In 2009, he launched the website “SoloMid.” It was one of the earliest websites specifically devoted to League of Legends. In 2011, he disbanded “All or Nothing” following a disagreement with his brother. Then he created his own group called “Team SoloMid,” where he eventually became captain.

His team came in third place in the League of Legends Season One Championships in 2011. Then they participated in Intel Extreme Masters Season VI and Major League Gaming Pro Circuit – Raleigh. In the Major League Gaming Providence event, his squad took first place.

The new squad afterwards won a number of competitions throughout North America, including the regionals. After the 2013 season, he ceased playing League of Legends.

Achievements And Awards

Throughout his career, He has placed third in a number of competition  and his squad won the Major League Gaming competition. His team came in third at the Major League Gaming Pro Circuit – Raleigh. In the Intel Extreme Masters Season VI – Global Challenge Cologne, his team came in second.

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