- Real name: Andrey Golubev
- Birthday: January 19, 1991 (age 29)
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- Last seen: 2 days ago
- Hours Live: 98
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- Team: Twitch
- Sunday: 14:00 UTC - 15:00 UTC
- Monday: 10:00 UTC - 22:00 UTC
- Tuesday: 11:00 UTC - 22:00 UTC
- Wednesday: 13:00 UTC - 19:00 UTC
- Thursday: 10:00 UTC - 21:00 UTC
- Friday: 13:00 UTC - 20:00 UTC
- Saturday: 10:00 UTC - 21:00 UTC
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Andrey “Dread” Golubev is a former Russian Dota 2 professional player who has played for various CIS teams, including RoX, Virtus.Pro, Moscow Five, and HellRaisers.
Dread made his name in the Dota scene with DTS during 2010 with LighTofHeaveN, NS, ArtStyle, Dendi, and later ARS-ART and God as ArtStyle and Dendi left the team. Their most notable finishes included a 2nd place at ESWC 2010, three 1st places at ASUS Open, and a 3rd place at the World Dota Championship. After being dropped by DTS in March 2011 they were picked up by Moscow Five, an organization they stuck with during the rest of their careers in DotA: Allstars.
Dread played The International 2011 with his DotA team M5, where they finished 5-6th place. Since then he has been on a lot of different teams, most of them Russian. He joined RoX in March 2013.
July 17th, 2013, Dread announced his retirement from professional play. He would instead start shoutcasting. He unretired in 2014 to join Relax, which later became HellRaisers.
Dread has one of the most popular Russian streams with more than 100 million views.