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Dust2.us, along with our sister sites from Sweden, India, Denmark, and Brazil have partnered with eNDX to give everyone a chance to buy shares of their favorite players available on the site! By using our code, you get a free $10 to use on the site to cover the share price and commission fee.

Right now, Dust2.us has the best Dust2 clan on the site, with users reporting an average return of 69% - no, that's not a joke. Our other sites from Denmark have an average return of only 39% while the Brazilians have a return of 38%. Clearly, if you want to be among some of the best traders on the site, you need to join up with Dust2.us.

As for me, I went with a widely diversified strategy with my investments. I have only made a little profit, but I'll be shaking things up as I'm figuring out this market more and more. I chose to invest heavily into players like David "frozen" Čerňansky, Justinas "jL" Lekavicius, and Dmitriy "sh1ro" Sokolov. These three players make the most sense for me because they've all featured in the Top 8 at the Copenhagen Major and are some of the most famous names out there.

frozen and jL are probably the two biggest stars of the moment, with the Natus Vincere rifler earning his first MVP honors after winning his first ever Major. How much more poetic can you get? As for frozen, he has been highly consistent in his performance and a trophy for him and FaZe is coming ever so soon. sh1ro remains one of the scene's top AWPers and we could see him becoming more and more pivotal as his teammate Danil "donk" Kryshkovets take Spirit to more championships.

My best bet has been Volodymyr "Woro2k" Veletnjuk from Monte where I have a 30% return since investing in him. My worst has been Guy "NertZ" Iluz, costing me -8%, but with HEROIC potentially making a playoff appearance at IEM Chengdu, I could see him rising soon enough.

The game works with the stock price going up the more users look to own a share of the player on the platform. Prices are not tied to the actual performance, but with how well players perform on the server, why not try to get your own piece of success? For my next trades, I am going to be looking at the playoffs for IEM Chengdu and seeing who might actually win the event outright.

Our Dust2.us clan has been the best performer so far, think you can beat me on the site? Why not join up and prove it. We have the best performers, why not come prove you're the best of the best?

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What is eNDX?

eNDX is a fantasy game in which you can buy, sell, and trade your favorite esports players just like you would on the stock market. In fact, eNDX is the only fantasy game in the world that uses stock market rules instead of traditional fantasy rules to enable fans to profit from their knowledge. You won't have actual ownership over the players (I wish we did; I would actually make them carry me on MM).

The share of each player varies based on the demand for the respective player, so you need to be that one eagle-eyed fan who spots an underrated talent who suddenly is the talk of the town. Think Rodrigo "biguzera" Bittencourt at the Major, a player in a team that many thought would be out with an 0-3 record but was just one series away from the playoffs.

eNDX ensures that players are taken care of. The company offers a 30-day money-back guarantee for all deposits up to $250. They also ensure low deposit limits to keep users safe and make this a fun and friendly environment. You must be over 18 years old to participate.

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