As you might all know, on 16th December FACEIT will be hosting the Legends Cup. Eight oldschool players will face off to determine who the ultimate legend is.
So far we have announced Anton "Cooller" Singov and Alessandro "stermy" Avallone as the first two invited players and that casting will be provided by Stuart "TosspoT" Saw, Daniel "ddk" Kapadia and Xavier "Zoot" Dhorne.
Today we are happy to bring you two more invited players, who we are very excited about.
Arguably the biggest and best Quake 4 player and one of the top TDM players, Johan "tox" Quick is our third invited player.
His career started in Quake 3, playing for the famous iCE cLIMBERS TDM team, with the likes of fox and gopher. Later he went to Fnatic, to represent them in Quake 3 TDM.
The high in his career was Quake 4, representing teams like FPO and SK Gaming in his hay days. He placed high in tournaments such as ESWC, CPL, WSVG and ESWC consistently. At the end of Quake 4, he managed to rack up almost 140,000$.
More recently his Quake career went on the back burner. He still played some TDM, most notably with colwn and managed to achieve a first place with his team at both DreamHack Winter and Summer in 2011, as well as a second place at QuakeCon 2011.
The Russian Chinese player, Jibo, also known as RazerJ over his career, is invite number four!
Jibos career took a launch with Quake 3, having a great year 2006 in the CPL, taking several top placings. He won the Nordic and SIngapore stop, and came second in the Finals in Dallas, only falling to czm.
2008 was another great Quake year for Jibo. With competition tightening, Jibo still managed to place fourth in two ESWC events that year. In 2010 he received a crown on his career, placing first in the Intel Extreme Masters Asian Championship. After this, things went a bit more silent and his Quake career practically ended.
Links: FACEIT, Previous announcement // #FACEIT, FACEITCommunity, @FACEITcom
Edited by twister_ at 20:41 GMT, 2 December 2012 - 33019 Hits