Of course, Artour is known to the masses as Arteezy (RTZ?). And by writing that here (along with the word "dota") I will probably increase the views to this website by about 700%.
Being completely ignorant of computer games (my expertise ended somewhere between Galaga and Donkey Kong) I can't profess to being overly impressed by Artour's Dota skills. But what HAS impressed me is Artour's decision to remain in school and postpone his (I can't believe I'm writing this) professional gaming career. The fact that he has also decided to remain in Pre-Calculus 12 (a pretty darn difficult course) is even more admirable.
Apart from his impending fame and fortune, Artour has a lot going for him. He has always been a great guy. Kind, soft-spoken and blessed with a good sense of humour (though his "grade 8 doesn't matter bro" ---> "grade 9 doesn't matter bro" ---> "grade 10 doesn't matter bro" ---> "grade 11 doesn't matter bro" joke never struck me as that funny).
Good luck to you Artour. I guess as someone who preaches the value of hard work and persistence, I must acknowledge you for all the effort you have put in to perfecting your... uh... craft. Best of luck. Hope you win The International and make us all proud (actually, I'm proud of you regardless of whether you ever win another Dota match in your life).
Too easy for RTZ!!!!!!!!!!!